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Hermès industrial textile branch HTH joins CCMI
26
Jul '12

The Cashmere and Camel Hair Manufacturers Institute (CCMI) welcomes new member company Holding Textile Hermès (H.T.H.) located in Pierre Bénite, France.

H.T.H. is the industrial textile branch of Hermès International and was founded to answer the growing needs of the group over the last 60 years, producing since 1947 the famous Hermès silk scarf and ties. The company employs 800 peoples and is historically composed of eight different entities which expertise are diverse, ranging from weaving, dyeing, printing, finishing and making.

Right after silk, cashmere has become a bestseller over the years, which explains HTH’s adhesion to the CCMI. Indeed, respecting the cashmere image also means protecting its production chain.

"We are extremely pleased," said CCMI president, Karl Spilhaus, "to welcome to the Institute the Holding Textile Hermès, a name synonymous with production quality and excellence."

CCMI is the international association of manufacturers of luxury textiles and textile products of fine animal hair and superfine wool. Established in 1984 to maintain the integrity of cashmere and camel hair products through education, information and industry cooperation, CCMI is headquartered in Boston and maintains offices in Milan and Tokyo.

The Cashmere and Camel Hair Manufacturers Institute (CCMI)

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