The origins of Pieters Textile date back to 1934. In those early years, the company first grew from being an OEM weaver to an independent weaver, boasting its own fabric collection. In the 1950’s, the company set up its first looms producing 210cm-width, enabling its clients to use the full width of the fabric for the length of a mattress. Then, in 1971, new modern looms were installed, dramatically increasing overall production capacity. By the 1990s, the company had established an in-house warping department. This was a very big step forward for Pieters, dramatically improving the quality and efficiency of the weaving process.
By the early years of the 21st century, the company had introduced air jet looms equipped with electronic jacquards, all of which were networked to the automated CAD system. In 2007, Pieters Textile became part of a bigger textile group and knitted production began.
Production and commercial activities were moved to the site of Ter Molst International Textile Group in Oostrozebeke, where Pieters is now located.