About Us

General Info

MICROFIBRES was established in 1926. It developed into a multi-million dollar company that one time or another operated plants in the US, and China. It made nylon velvets using flocking techniques. A lot of the equipment used was developed by Indev, a division of MICROFIBRES.
The MICROFIBRES’ brands were known throughout the word for innovative designs and superior quality. The company competed in upholstery, baby car seat, wall paper, carpet matts, dog bed, cut fiber, mattress and apparel markets. The majority of the company’s products are made with nylon 66. This produces very soft but durable products that are also Eko-Tex certified as being friendly to the environment.
In February 2017, the MICROFIBRES assets, including all intellectual property, were acquired by Ilkiz Group, making the Group the largest flocking company in the world.

Mission Statement;

to be the best supplier, in markets we choose to operate, by dedicating ourselves to continually improving the quality of our products and exceeding customer requirements faster and more consistently than our competition.
Quality Policy; In our company, quality shall mean conformance to customers’ specifications through the process of continuous improvement and active involvement of all MICROFIBRES employees. We will treat each customer the way we expect suppliers treat us.

WS Manufacturing Facility

HPFabrics,Inc. currently owns manufacturing operations in the States of North Carolina and Nan-Fang China.
Our facility is manufacturing of flock materials, greige goods, and other finished textile products for both local, national, and international sales. This facility also house HPFabrics,Inc.'s US headquarters and acts as its liaison for managing and directing its manufacturing efforts in its Chinese manufacturing plant.

Nan-Fang Manufacturing Facility

As a part of MICROFIBRES, HPFabrics,Inc. owns a currently operational plant located in Foshan, China. The factory is currently employing over 600 employees. This factory also produces textile goods similar to those that are intended for manufacture by HPFabrics,Inc.. In fact, since its acquisition by Microfibres in 2007, Microfibres has been providing it with most of its greige goods for production of consumer ready goods.