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Belton Industries, Inc. was founded in 1916 as a partnership between two brothers-in-law. By 1927, the partnership evolved into a business manufacturing cotton packaging materials, was incorporated, and continued in the fiber packaging business until that division was sold to a Fortune 500 company in 1997. Our woven synthetic fabric business began in 1979 as traditional cotton and synthetic fiber packaging fabrics were being replaced by lighter, stronger fabrics made of polypropylene. In the 1980’s, a decision was made to shift our production and marketing focus to growth markets for specialty and niche products. This strategic focus has remained the same over the last 35 years

Belton Industries, Inc. is a specialty weaver of fabrics for furniture, military, industrial, civil engineering, environmental and agricultural markets. We employ state-of-the-art equipment to extrude polypropylene and polyethylene resins into yarns of various colors and performance attributes. These yarns are woven into narrow fabrics (less than 12 inches wide) and wide loom fabrics (up to 210 inches wide). Depending on the application or customer need, we can apply various fabric finishes along with custom printing and packaging. We operate a 200,000 square foot facility near Belton, SC and operate 24 hours a day, 5 days a week. We are U.S. owned and operated. We have tight quality control process designed to meet strict customer requirements and standards. We are able to insure and certify our products meet performance and design criteria through our in-house laboratory testing facility which is A2LA and GAI-LAP accredited.

As sole supplier to many of our customers, Belton Industries maintains a large, diversified stock of fabrics featuring a variety of constructions, performance characteristics, widths, colors, finishes, and package sizes. We also collaborate with customers to co-develop products for proprietary applications. We pride ourselves on being able to accommodate special needs not typically offered by made-to-stock, commodity fabric suppliers.

 

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