founding and future of our company
In 1954 great-grandmother Germaine De Dier started manufacturing coats and accessories in Haaltert (Belgium). The economy revived after WWII and many family-owned textile companies in East and West Flanders also benefited from this. It was the start of a thriving family business that, generation after generation, expanded and perfected its knowledge and experience.
The knowledge and experience of textile manufacturing has shifted to offshore production countries in the last twenty years. As a family-owned company, we have been passing on our knowledge from generation to generation for over 60 years. Our employees are all technically skilled in textile manufacturing and provide you with advice in all areas. Our employees are intensively trained and supported.
In 1954 Germaine De Dier started manufacturing coats and accessories in Haaltert (Belgium). The economy revived after WWII and many family-owned textile companies in East and West Flanders also benefited from this. It was the start of a thriving family business that, generation after generation, expanded and perfected its knowledge and experience.
|In1972 Joseph De Cremer expanded the company to 2 locations in Belgium, employing 100 people in total nationwide.|
|The growth continues successfully and in 1989 Carl De Cremer, the third generation already, opens a production unit in Tunisia, employing 100 people in total.|
|In 2018 Nicolas De Cremer joins the company to lead DECCO into the future. The company has built up extensive craftsmanship and is specialized in high-tech textile production for safety workwear and protective clothing that comply with the highest standards. Sixty years of Belgian craftsmanship combined with modern technology and new ecological insights will drive DECCO into a successful future of sustainable textile industry.|
DECCO is committed to providing the best quality in textiles, manufactured in the best possible conditions for people and the environment.
Safety. A safe and comfortable working environment for your employees is your top priority. In certain industries safety workwear and protective clothing must comply with the applicable mandatory EU directives and international safety standards. Many years of experience and expertise give us the best knowledge about the demands and standards applicable in your business industry.
Quality. We attach great importance to high-standard raw materials and a high-quality finishing.
Good working conditions. In our production unit in Tunisia, we work in the spirit of the Fair Wear foundation. We offer the best possible social working conditions to all our employees.
Environmental awareness. In each step of the production process, we pay attention to the impact of textile manufacturing on the environment.