Quality, Reliability, Timing
To define Erşa with only three words; Quality, Reliability and Timing would be enough. Quality, Reliability and Timing, all of which have utmost importance for our customers and business partners, are our basic principles.
We Like What We Do
Our sole purpose is to provide for your needs and make up to your expectations with our team work and we are proud to do this.
As Erşa Woven Fabrics, we have always maintained a creative and innovative spirit to produce fashion leading products.
Combining our young, dynamic and creative design team who are creating our modern designs, analyzing today’s demands and needs with their visionary abilities and high-quality raw material supplies provided by our business partners, we will continue to break new grounds in the name of quality and visuality.
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSCIOUSNESS AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
In the name of environmental consciousness, we are implementing a great variety of methods in our facilities with new energy-saving technologies to reduce the consumption of natural resources.
In the foundation of our social responsibility vision, there lies the philosophy of “To give what we earn from this country and grow together with Turkey”.
HISTORY OF FABRIC
The First Woven Fabric in the World
During the excavations which lasted from June 15, 2013 to August 25, 2013 and to which more than 120 people from 22 countries participated and led by Standford University professor Dr. Ian Hodder, world’s first flax woven linen fabric was found wrapped to a baby skeleton in a burned house located in the Catalhoyuk which is a nine-thousand-years-old neolithic settlement located within the Cumra district of Konya, Turkey. According to the report of the excavation committee, it had been recorded as the world’s first woven fabric. For professor Dr. Hodder, this linen scrim probably had been brought to Central Anatolia from East Mediterranean region. It has been a long-known fact that in the neolithic period, obsidian and sea shells were exchanged as currencies in the long-distance trades in the Middle East region. However, this scrim might have revealed another aspect of the trade. Perhaps, it was exchanged for Cappadocia obsidian.
A Short History of Gaberdine
Gaberdine was found by Thomas Burberry in 1879 and it was patented in 1888. As a result, gaberdine which had been used in the making of long capes and trench coats that were used in middle ages, made a name for itself in the sector. Thomas Burberry is the founder of Basingstoke Burberry fashion house.
A Short History of Poplin
Borrowed from English to French in 17th century as a word, Poplin had been firstly produced with medieval textile in the famous town of Poperinghe in Flandra. It has been said that during the separation of Catholic church between 1309 and 1377, it was produced in the papacy city of Avignon and the production continued in this city until 1791 and it has been claimed that the name poplin had been derived from the Italian word of papaline and the Old French word papeline, both of which meaning is “pope”.
A Short History of Linen
It is known that in the first age textile, the second most common raw material after cotton is “linen”.According to the Egyptians, the god “Isis” is the one who taught them the weaving and she invented the linen to wrap the body of her sibling and husband, Osiris. 4000 – 5000 years ago, Babylonians and Egyptians wove the linen as coarse and thick for sailcloth and as ultrathin and whited for casual clothing and cerecloth.Afterwards, Romans have extensively used this awesome fabric in their houses. The usage of linen in the medieval France had become much more widespread when it became apparent that it could heal the skin injuries.
A Short History of Viscose
The raw material of the viscose yarn is beech tree. Viscose fabric is the common name of fabrics which has been knitted with those yarns. Viscose, the most important and most used fiber in cellulose-based recycled fibers, was first discovered by Charles Passerick Cross and patented in 1892. Viscose Company was founded in 1894 and still continues its activities in the UK today.
We are manufacturing a great variety of fabrics for special orders by blending mixture rates of our customers with our rich color options. Besides, thanks to the pleating and twisting machines in our compounds, we can manufacture twisted and mouline yarns up to 2 – 4 times.
With our high quality raw materials and latest technology machine park provided by elite supplier network, ERŞA have made a name for itself among the leading companies of the fabric sector with its continuous mass production and unlimited quantity capacity.
Fabric batches are wrapped around quality control machines and they are measured in width at least three times; at their 6th and 7th meters, at middle and at the end. Afterwards, they are registered to quality control form. Samples taken from the beginning, middle and end of controlled batches are sent to laboratory for color control. The fabric is checked according to the quality plan (barre, thick yarn, scratch, hole, wing, break etc.). If a fault is found, a meto label is attached to the fabric and the fault is registered to quality control form.
Having a principle of on-time delivery for domestic and overseas customers, ERŞA has become an expert of pinpoint delivery thanks to the shipping channels such as land, sea and air transportation.
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