Concordia Manufacturing, LLC
4 Laurel Avenue, Coventry, RI 02816
T. 401-828-1100, F. 401-823-8361
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Concordia was founded in 1920 as a manufacturer of silk yarns, and for the next 70 years the company grew to become a leading producer of synthetic yarns and threads for traditional textile applications. In the late 1980's Concordia took its fiber handling expertise to new levels, using textile science to expand its capabilities into engineered products including advanced composites for aerospace, filtration media, power transmission belts, sailcloth, and many other applications.
In the early 2000's Concordia again took its innovative skills into new fields. Utilizing its years of experience in fiber handling, the company began designing and building machines specialized in forming textile structures from bioabsorbable fibers. A new 1,000 square foot clean room was added in 2003. In 2005 Concordia acquired the tissue engineering scaffold assets of Albany International Research Company and Biofelt® was born. In 2008, Concordia moved its medical business to a new facility in Warwick, RI, where Concordia Medical was able to expand its capabilities to produce a variety of non-woven bioabsorbable polymer substrates. In March of 2011, Concordia Medical was purchased by Biomedical Structures, LLC which is dedicated to maintaining Concordia's tradition of quality excellence.
Concordia Fibers continues to design and manufacture high performance yarns in its Coventry, RI facility for leading apparel, industrial fabric, and advanced composite companies throughout the United States and the world.
Concordia consistently provides high quality products that meet or exceed customer requirements and provide a suitable return to the business. This is achieved through continual improvement of manufacturing methods and the quality management system.
Since 1920 Concordia Fibers has specialized in the design and development of engineered yarns and fibers for producing a broad range of technical fabrics. Our fibers can be found in filtration media, power transmission belts, air bags, composite materials, and a variety of other unique applications.
4 Laurel Avenue
Coventry, RI 02816