About Us

About

history History

1928

Company SILVA established by Uliamperlis family and partners to produce a big variety of socks from cotton and silk for women, men, and children.

1939

New dyeing house opened.

1940

Nationalization of the company.

1964

New modern production units established and placed in service.

1975

Reorganization of state companies Silva, Audimas, Trikotažas to state concern of knitwear garments, one of the biggest and modern in USSR.

1985

First functional underwear garments in USSR presented.

1991

Company reorganization on the basis of economic transition from a planned economy to a market. State knitwear factory Silva started activity in the market.

1992

After privatization joint stock company AB Silva started the activity.

1998

Transformation to UAB Silvos trikotažas. Manufacturing of socks interrupted.

2001

AB Silvos trikotažas restructured to UAB Tributum and UAB Omniteksas.

2003

New Omniteksas production and office building were open.

2005

Knitting capacity of Swedish knitwear company Vasa trika taken over.

2006

Sewing companies Astolda and Nerideka taken over.

2007

Dyeing and finishing company Tributum took over.

2009

Sewing company Azitex jersey in Uzbekistan starts the activity.

2015

Swedish jersey manufacturer Eizer and knitting company Gustafson & Sala taken over.

year Per year

year Per year

3 million

garments

700 tonnes

of knitted fabric

15 million

Euros turnover

vision Vision

We strongly believe that our emphasis on a CLOSE and INTERACTIVE SERVICES, our passion and KNOWLEDGE of manufacturing and the LATEST TECHNOLOGIES, combined with the EXPERTISE gained through years of experience, assures our success in delivering the BEST possible product for our VALUED CLIENTS at a COMPETITIVE PRICE.  

High Quality Standards

high High Quality Standards

OMNITEKSAS continuously improves the quality management system in accordance to the best global practices and strives to regularly review, analyze and upgrade quality policies and objectives in order to remain relevant and appropriate..

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