Pushing technical weaving forward. Introducing Picanol Team Technical.

Read more

Meet Team Technical at TechTextil Frankfurt.

Read more

Let's grow together

Read more

Our customer stories

Read more

Download the Picanol Tex-app. A lot of interesting features for demanding weavers. Available for iOS, Android and Windows.

Read more

How we can grow together

Growth in the weaving industry doesn’t come out of nowhere. It’s the result of skillfully managed factors like speed, versatility, capacity and precision. Improving on any of these factors will result in progress. Just imagine the growth you’ll be able to enjoy if Picanol improves on all of them.

Discover the principles

Customer stories

Mr. Francesco Frezza, Owner

Serica 1870 produces high-quality silk and mixed silk fabrics for leading fashion and clothing companies.It uses 42 Picanol OptiMax rapier machines weaving at speeds of up to 550 RPM and efficiencies of over 96%.

Xian Textile Holdings

Xian Textile Holdings is a fully vertically integrated enterprise with an annual output of 18,000 tonnes of cotton yarn and 76 million meters of cotton cloth, mainly grey shirting fabric. The first contacts with Picanol date from 1994 when Delta-X airjets were purchased. Recently OMNIplus Summum machines were installed, running at speeds of 900 RPM and above.


Picanol’s OptiMax-i offers a worthy alternative for the carpet-backing industry

13 April 2017

Thanks to the development of wide-width machines and positive guided grippers, Picanol managed to provide a worthy alternative for a market that had been dominated by projectile machines for more than 40 years.

Read more
Picanol’s OptiMax-i offers a worthy alternative for the carpet-backing industry

Meet Team Technical at TechTextil Frankfurt

13 April 2017

Whether you are a regular visitor to TechTextil or not, you know what to expect: there are thousands of different kinds of technical fabrics, and nobody can weave them all.

Read more
Meet Team Technical at TechTextil Frankfurt

Pushing technical weaving forward. Impossible? Not anymore!

13 April 2017

On the eve of TechTextil 2017, Picanol is launching a new campaign aimed at the technical markets, entitled “Impossible? Not anymore!” showing the power of its approach for existing and prospective customers alike.

Read more
Pushing technical weaving forward. Impossible? Not anymore!