1961, Mr. Enzo César Affre took his first steps in the textile
industry. Aware of the needs of the market, he began to adjust his machinery
in order to manufacture net fabric for onion bags, developing the English
woven net bags with cotton yarn.
In 1965, following the evolution of the industry,
he restructured his company in order to improve quality and to lower
the cost of production, replacing the cotton yarn for plastic.
This family business grew with work and effort and
became, little by little, a well-known manufacturer of onion bags within
the internal market.
In 1983, Mr. Affre’s son joined the company.
This generational change led to the incorporation of new technologies
and renewed the enterprising spirit of the firm. Currently, his grandson
continues his work, completing the evolution.
The company developed its own technology and incorporated
looms. Its products are known for their quality, variety and innovative
Textil SER currently supplies a large part of the local market with
SER reflects a history of work, dedication, effort and development serving
the needs of the market and would like to thank all the people who,
in one way or another, have contributed and made it possible for Textil
SER to continue growing.