Quirico Trabaldo Togna imported the first looms from England and established the family business
The second generation opened the factory on the current premises in Pray.
The company continued to expand and became one of Italy’s largest industrial businesses in the wool industry.
The Lanificio F.lli Trabaldo Togna woollen mill opened. It later changed to the current S.p.A. (company limited by shares) format in the 1970s.
The company started specialising in fine and superfine fabrics and established itself as producer of high-end woollen fabrics.
Trabaldo Togna became one of the world’s leading producers of stretch fabrics made exclusively with natural fibres. Sartoria Sant’Andrea joined the group in 2006. The company was ahead of the curve and began focusing on sustainability long before other market players.
Ongoing research and development enhanced the performance levels of exclusive fabrics, such as pure cashmere, vicuña, and Super 180s and Super 150s wools.
Trabaldo Togna continued its work with fine fabrics and achieved levels of performance previously considered impossible, which is why it collaborates with the finest luxury brands.
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