Meshtex, based in Poynton, Cheshire, was formed in 1972 by Mr John Aspinall who headed the company for over 35 years.
Today Meshtex continues to be a family run business, as part of the Wrendal Holdings group of companies, as a specialist in rotary screen engraving, colour separation & design services to the furnishing, fashion and wallpaper industries.
Being one of the UK’s longest established rotary screen engravers, Meshtex are the preferred choice of many leading printing companies, and over the years have gained a reputation for the high quality and service, and are especially renowned for the high quality of our tonal separations.
Meshtex prides itself on being a family run company which values it’s staff , and this is clearly evident in the fact that some of our staff have been with the company for over thirty years.
Meshtex has managed to thrive throughout difficult times due to the fact that we have combined traditional techniques with the very latest developments in digital technology, which we continue to do, in order to stay at the forefront of the industry.
Even now after decades in the business, we are still working with new customers, to develop new products for very specialised markets.
We are extremely proud to be in our forty-sixth year of business, which we feel is a real accomplishment given the decline of the textile industry within the UK over the last fifteen years, and the recent word-wide economical downturn.
Our longevity is all thanks to our dedicated and experienced team, our willingness to change with the times, and to diversify when necessary.
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