Our history

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COTEXA ALCALAINA constitutes 1.982 as a textile company specialized in manufacturing and marketing of agricultural meshes (agrotextiles) and other industrial technical fabrics.

In 1991, we moved our facilities to Pol. Ind. Chaparral Santa Ana, in Alcalá la Real, where we begin with the installation of new extrusion lines, allowing us to achieve fabrication of our tissues, thus controlling all the links manufacturing process until the final product.

The growing needs of our customers made it necessary development in the product range. Research and analyzes has allowed us to achieving improved with new specifications. To adapt the characteristics of our products, based on the constant changes of the market is our added value.

COTEXA ALCALAINA has all the experience of a consolidated company and long experience in the sector. This puts us in a position of competitive advantage, making the COTEXA brand synonymous with quality, reliability and service, making it possible to be a leader in its sector and a benchmark in the international market.

We offer our products in many sectors such as:

Formed by a technical and commercial experience and continuous training to keep growing and innovating team, we offer our customers the best products with the latest technology and effectiveness.

In order to keep us in a competitive position, we continuously evaluate our production processes, seeking technological improvements in our machinery in order to offer an excellent product to our customers.

Currently we sell our products through large distribution chains, with partnerships in more than 40 countries. Our area of business expansion is growing every year thanks to the great trust placed in us.

In 2003, we were awarded the Hércules Award in the Economy and Tourism category, the highest distinction that the city of Alcalá la Real delivers biennially to the most outstanding people, groups, companies, initiatives and institutions of the moment.

We form a part of the Working Group called “Agrotextiles” whose task is to draw up the rules for establishing future testing protocols and criteria required quality to these tissues. This group belongs to the Technical Committee for Standardization called “Industries Textiles”: AENOR CTN40 / GT9 “Agrotextiles”. The working group is coordinated by the Agrotextiles Laboratory of the University of Almeria.