Industrias Sintéticas de Centroamérica, S.A. (INSINCA, SA) was born on May 26, 1966 as the first textile company engaged in the manufacturing of flat woven fabrics based on synthetic and artificial fibers (polyester / viscose rayon) in El Salvador.
INSINCA is the result of a joint venture between the Salvadoran government, initially through the Institute for Industrial Promotion (INSAFI), and currently through the Salvadoran Investment Corporation (CORSAIN), and four Japanese companies: Toray Industries, Inc., Mitsui Company, Ltd., Chory Company, Ltd., and Gisen Company Ltd.
Production began in 1967, weaving, dyeing and finishing with a plant capacity of 100,000 yds per month. In 1972 INSINCA launched its own spinning mill.
Since then, INSINCA has increased its production capacity and has upgraded its machinery, thus offering fabrics of excellent quality, durability and strength to the national and international markets. INSINCA has become an industry leader in Central America, offering fabrics based on a mix of 65% polyester and 35% rayon, and aimed to the segment of school and business uniforms, as well as the formal and casual garments market.
Different generations have dressed with our fabrics, receiving in return for their loyalty the highest quality!
To manufacture and market textile products that meet consumer expectations through the effective management and continuous improvement of our human, financial and technological resources.
To be the fastest growing company in the textile industry in Central America, designing and developing competitive and high quality products to reach new markets for the benefit of our staff, customers, partners, and community.