Who we are
Premier Digital Textiles are Europe’s leading supplier of digital print ready fabrics. We have been at the forefront of digital development & the innovation of digital textiles for over the past 15 years.
We thrive on innovation and strive to develop high quality, value adding textiles that we can introduce into the digital textile market.
We offer a wide range of textiles from stock, from natural fibres such as cotton and linen, to manmade fibres like polyester and viscose. We also have many different blends of textiles from poly cottons to cotton linens.
Where we are from
Our parent company, Premier Textiles ltd, was founded in 1981 as an independent family run business.
With headquarters in Manchester, England, we are centrally placed in the world’s first industrial city, and historic home of English fabric manufacture and innovation.
Premier Digital Textiles fabrics feature in many peoples lives in unexpected ways. We supply customers globally, reaching a myriad of industries, who incorporate our textiles in incredibly diverse ways. Our ongoing growth and success has allowed us to become one of the largest suppliers in our industry.
With over 30 years textile experience, we at Premier Digital Textiles are experts in our field. We have been at the forefront of Digital textile developments and have extensive knowledge of the Digital Print Market.
Our team is dedicated to ensuring quality and consistency, in both products and service, and we aim to build relationships with our customers and excel beyond their expectations.
The DuraVibe® latex brand is specifically tailored towards our coated fabrics for printing with latex inks. We have engineered these fabrics to work with HP Latex ink technology, to provide the best available durable latex solution for the home interiors applications.
Our DuraVibe® Latex fabrics allows the consumer to achieve high colour vibrancy and crock fastness. Crock fastness refers to the amount of ink that is transferred off of the fabric when rubbing occurs. To be able to achieve this, we recommend that heat is applied to the fabric after printing.
Many different types of fixation units are available in the market. Please refer to the latex section on our fabric’s page for more information.