The history of the IMP Group – Industrie Maurizio Peruzzo – dates back to the first years after the World War II, more precisely in 1949, when two brothers, Maurizio and Albino Peruzzo, launched the production of mattresses based on the textile waste generated by Valpadana company.
SC IMP România Ind. CO SA Company was founded in 1995 as a “limited liability company” and produced synthetic wadding from synthetic polyester fibres, taking over the know-how of the Italian company.
The knowledge and technology of the Italian company together with the Romanian staff, specialized in Italy, have conquered the Romanian market so that soon, within a few years of existence, the company IMP Romania Ind CO SA became the national leader.
In 2002, IMP Romania acquired the majority shareholding in the Romanian traditional company Netex Bistrita, founded in 1969, the first company manufacturing non-woven fabrics in Romania. Therefore, SC IMP Romania enriched its human and technical capital and expanded its range of products.
In 2006, they decided to increase the share capital; as a result and following the admission of new shareholders, the company changed its legal form into a joint-stock company, becoming SC IMP Romania Ind CO SA.
In December 2011, the company’s board of directors decided to merge SC IMP Romania Ind Co SA and SC Netex SA, and the latter became operational headquarters.
Therefore, the main business object of the company remained the production of non-woven fabrics.
Due to the performance characteristics, the company’s products are used in many sectors such as furniture production, construction, clothing industry or automotive industry as soundinsulating material.
The advantage of IMP ROMANIA’s activities is an innovative approach to production processes. Our production is waste-free and environmentally friendly.
To guarantee higher quality products, IMP ROMANIA has implemented a quality management system that meets the requirements of ISO 9001:2015 standard. The products of our company are certified annually according to the Oeko-tex Standard 100 on class 1 textile products for children; moreover, the vast majority of our products comply with the British fire test standards, BS 5852: Part 2 (1982).