Company's
Timeline

1920

Shmuel Meir (Zvi's grandfather) owns a textile factory in Lodz Poland.

1924

Shmuel immigrates to Israel and establishes a large textile factory in Bnei- Brak, producing fabrics, apparel and home-textile products.

1953

Moshe Meir (Zvi’s father) begins to develop a floor cloth, a product that did not exist at the time and that would become a revolutionary product used in almost every home in Israel.

1960's

Weaving factory expands and employs dozens of workers.

1970's

Spinning machines are added to the factory, to produce yarns from recycled materials as well as wool blankets and floor cloths

1983

A new technology is introduced and implemented, to produce non-woven fabrics.

1990

Ofertex’s new factory is opened in Barkan and operates as a vertical plant, which is based on one production line.

1997

The Ofertex factory expands and a second production line is added.

1998

A new and unique technology and process is developed involving the recycling and upcycling of raw materials.

2011

Ofertex’s seven production lines create cleaning, living and industrial products, providing textile recreation to its clients and partners around the world.