FilSpecTM products are designed based on the most advanced innovations and in accordance with established standards. We are proud to be a part of several recognized associations in the field of yarns and spinning, in Canada as well as in the United States and Mexico.

FilSpecTM is a member
of the following associations:

Smart Textile and Wearables Innovation Alliance (STWIA)

Facilitated by NRC, the Smart Textile and Wearables Innovation Alliance is an industry-led, grassroots initiative that brings together 30 Canadian companies from all levels of the supply chain in order to share ideas, collaborate on projects and develop innovative products that will revolutionize the smart textile and wearables industry.

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Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries (CADSI)

The Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries (CADSI) is the national industry voice of more than 800 Canadian defence and security companies that produce world-class goods, services and technologies made across Canada and sought the world over. 

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Canadian Textile Industry Association (CTIA)

The Canadian Textile Industry Association (CTIA) represents Canada’s primary textile producers – a group of innovative manufacturing companies producing high-quality, value-added textiles. Established in 2009, CTIA is a national non-profit association focused on promoting Canada’s textile sector.  

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"Advanced Flexible Materials" program, Montérégie

As a manufacturer of technical yarns, FilSpecTM is part of the Quebec government's "Advanced flexible materials" program. This program encompasses nearly 50 companies that work in the following sectors: single-use textiles, geosynthetics, membranes, films, and other value-added flexible materials.

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National Council of Textile Organizations (NCtO)

The National Council of Textile Organizations (NCTO) is a unique association representing the entire spectrum of the textile industry. From fibres to finished products, machinery manufacturers to power suppliers, NCTO is the voice of the U.S. textile industry.

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Synthetic Yarn and Fibre Association (SYFA)

The Synthetic Yarn and Fibre Association is a non-profit organization comprised of individuals affiliated with the synthetic yarn and fibre industry. Representation in the industry includes fibre producers, texturizers, staple yarn manufacturers, fabric producers for apparel, automotive, upholstery, and industrial markets. Additionally, raw material suppliers, equipment manufacturers, and service providers related to the industry are valuable contributors to the organization.

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Puebla and Tlaxcala Textile Chamber of Commerce (CITEX)

The Puebla and Tlaxcala Chamber of the Textile Industry (CITEX) is a committed institution whose main function is to represent manufacturers' interests, promote actions that contribute to improving productive development and defend trade unionized companies against all actions that affect companies' production activity or hinder their operations. In addition to encouraging the flow of international trade, CITEX is the Mexican textile industry's voice.

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Puebla Textile Innovation and Design Centre

The Centre for Textile Innovation and Design in Puebla is a venture that seeks to promote innovation and design in the textile community by providing design advice and training to those interested in innovation and new product development, processes or business models in the social, production and commercial sector.

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Technological University of Huejotzingo (UTH)

The mission of the Huejotzingo Technological University is to develop skilled professionals in the field of science and technology for local and national development, while promoting teamwork skills for the creation and production of services, using a human approach.

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Canadian National Textile Institute A.C. CANCHAM

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Mexico, AC. is an independent, non-profit organization representing more than 300 Canadian and non-Canadian companies. From multinationals to SMEs, CANCHAM's members come from every industrial sector. Founded in 1982, the organization represents Canadian commercial interests in Mexico to promote trade and investment between Canada and Mexico.

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