TEXmarket is a South Tyrolean family company in the textile sector. Our company is specialized in the manufacturing of personalised sportswear.
TEXmarket was founded in 1987 by the two brothers Heinrich and Christoph Widmann and their brother-in-law Peter Stadler. Since 2015 work also the young generation in the company with Andreas and Eva Maria Widmann.
In the early 1990s, TEXmarket mainly imported cotton bags from China and printed them in Bolzano. In 1993 we opened the first sewing department in Timişoara (Romania). There, textile promotional articles were first produced, and underwear for international corporations in the late 1990s.
In the following years, we developed cycling apparel for Italian brands and continued to expand the range. Today, TEXmarket is one of the leading producers of cycling apparel and also produces personalised apparel for running, winter sports, triathlon and various team sports such as soccer, basketball, handball etc.
Every year more than 7,000 bike, triathlon and running teams trust us.
We are striving to gain even more ground in team sports such as soccer, handball, etc.
With a total of more than 1,200 employees, the company sells its products to more than fifty countries. TEXmarket, headquartered in South Tyrol, has four Romanian production sites and one American sales subsidiary.
All family members and many employees are enthusiastic about sports and test the newly developed products themselves (in addition to professional sportsmen).
Heinrich Widmann, the production manager, and his son Andreas are enthusiastic cyclists and Christoph Widmann has accomplished a half marathon as a 50-year-old
in one hour and 13 minutes.
The strength of our company is the development and manufacture of high quality individualized sportswear.
We want to build a trustworthy, partnership-based relationship with our customers through a good service. Close networking with our customers is the key to success.
Our customers are our capital and we are very thankful to them.
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