JMOLTO maintains a policy of constant technological renewal supported by the implementation of continuous improvements in its processes, trying to satisfy the needs of our customers at all times through higher quality in our products as well as offering new services within a highly competitive line.


With a persevering human team for more than 40 years and an experience in the textile sector that guarantees our existence.
We continually develop to overcome all challenges, transforming our facilities and processes to satisfy our customers, offering the highest quality and immediate response.

We have grown with people, our clients, our workers, our suppliers. People are the highest priority for us. We need clients to feel proud to work with us and workers to feel free to express their opinions and grow together with the organization.

We want to help transform textiles with high added value so that people perceive sensations of well-being: comfort, softness, functionality.
Among our values we can highlight: perseverance, will, desire for continuous improvement, humility, resilience.


The original company was founded on February 18, 1977, under the name of Moltó Reig, S.L. In its beginnings, the activity of the company was the provision of fiber and cone yarn dyeing services on behalf of third parties.

1980 – 1986

In the period of the years 1980-86 the company introduces, develops and modernizes the industrial activities of flat, knitted and finished fabric dyeing. In the course of these years, the company has established itself in the market and begins to take on a new dimension, with which it will be able to face new business challenges.


In 1987, a new industrial activity was created, which is yarn dyeing in skeins. This activity completes and develops the already existing cone and fiber yarn dyeing, as it has the same market segment in which the groups and types of customers are the same (spinners, garment makers, weavers, etc.).


In 1989, the company considers the need to diversify within the textile ennoblement, conventional rotary printing of fabrics begins.

1991 – 1993

In the period elapsed in the years 1991-93, the company made investments aimed especially at optimizing the already existing production sections, with special emphasis on quality control, research and development of new industrial services, automation plan and computerization of the production and management processes.

1994 – 1999

During the years 1994-99, the companies of the MOLTÓ group, including MOLTÓ ENERGÍA, S.A (6 MW cogeneration plant created in 1997), the main supplier of energy to the rest, were committed to being technologically, productively, and qualitatively competitive. , without forgetting within its lines of action the growing need to respect the environment.


In 2003 there is a Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP), these facilities occupy an area of 1,980m2. the quality of the discharge to the sewage system complies with the parameters required by both the Municipal Ordinance and the environmental authorization (436/AAI/CV).

2008 – 2011

During the years 2008-2011, a new line of activity began, digital printing. We currently have digital printing machines for both pigment and reactive dyes.


In the following years there are constant changes in the company. With the crisis of 2008 the company went through different situations and it was in 2015 when it re-emerged under the name of Jmolto, LT, S.L. From 2015 a new stage begins.


The services offered by Jmolto LT, S.L. They correspond to a wide range of treatments for fabrics of different types.


Previous chemical preparation through which all the fabrics that are going to be later dyed or printed go through. In this part, we proceed to desizing, degreasing and bleaching the fabric to eliminate all the coatings that are added in the weaving process.

Wide range of white grades that can be obtained chemically and optically.

Mercerized- NaOH treatment of cotton fabrics that increases the resistance of the fiber, facilitates dyeing because it increases the affinity and swells the fiber and gives it a shiny finish.


The Thermosol process is a continuous dyeing process that is based on a mechanical adsorption of the dye on the fiber, where insoluble dyes and pigments are deposited on the fiber. It has to go through a subsequent thermosetting to fix the dye in the fiber. Once the polyester part is fixed and dyed, the cotton fiber is dyed, the fabric is immersed in a color bath and squeezed into the foulard, this has to be left to rest to develop the coloTinr and after this time proceed wash to remove traces of dyes.
Reactive (cotton) and disperse (polyester) dyes are used.


Rope dyeing (multiflows) machines from 50 meters. up to 750 meters by dyeing and flat dyeing (autoclaves and high temperature jiggers) from 150 meters.
Dye for each fiber:

  • Cotton- direct, reactive and indantrenes. The choice between the 3 types of dyes will be given by the fastness to washing and light that the client requires.
  • Polyester- dispersed
  • Acrylics- cationics
  • Polyamide- acids
  • Mixes of the above

Digital Printing

State-of-the-art digital machines with pigment and reactive inks.

Study and development of new collections according to the client’s needs, which depending on the final footage can be chosen between rotary printing for long runs of meters and digital printing for shorter runs.

Rotary Stamping

Rotary Lyonnaise, with pigments and disperse dyes. They have machines of up to 13, we work with widths from 150cm to 320cm and with different rapport sizes of 65 and 91 cm. Subsequently, it is stored in cylinders in our warehouse with the utmost care for each product.
We design and develop sketches according to trends focused on the needs of the market and customers. Advice on the engraving of small and cylinders.

Here takes place the final process of the articles coming from the dyeing, printing and also those that have been previously treated, in which case they come directly from the previous chemical preparation.
Among the finishes and depending on the fabrics, we have: softened, primed, wrinkle-resistant, water-repellent, fire-retardant, resin-coated, calendered, chinz, sanfor, frosted and tumbler finishes.

Give pressure to the tissues to make their surface smooth, united and consistent. Calendering with high temperature and pressure is called chinz, which gives shine to the fabric.

Resinado: fabrics treated with resin and Teflon. Thanks to these materials, liquids slide off the surface, they are waterproof and stains can be cleaned with a damp cloth and soap.

Hydrophobic or Teflon: waterproof finish that prevents liquids spilled on them from penetrating.

Grinding: Machine formed by brushes that form the fabric, which, depending on their approach and speed, achieves a “peach skin” type finish.

Sanforized: We make sanforized up to 3.20 meters wide, the only machine in the area. What this finish does is the maximum contraction of the fabric to avoid shrinkage after subsequent washing, giving it controlled dimensional stability.

Tumbler: Mechanical finishing that moves the fabric inside the machine with the help of air and steam. It confers softness, improves touch and fall. Use for very rustic fabrics, chinillas that swell the fiber and give it shine and for very heavy fabrics.

Antibacterial: Application of antibacterial and anti-mold products, always complying with the regulations indicated by the client.

The purpose of this type of treatment may be to protect the textile itself, depending on the fiber in which it is composed, it can be attacked by different organisms:

  • Cellulose: attack by mold and bacteria causing putrefaction (weather, humidity, hot environments). Insects (termes) tropical climates.
  • Synthetic: in contact with the skin, and due to mild washing conditions, bad odors can be produced by bacteria secreted in perspiration (deodorant dressing)

Fireproof: Finish that reduces the flammability of the fabric. Always checked by us before delivering to the customer.


Storage service, preparation of the yarn in a dyeing coil and the dyeing itself in a cone or skein.

For coil dyeing we have machines from 50 Kg to 2,000 Kg and we can dye:

  • Cotton/Viscose/Linen/Jute – direct, reactive and indantrenes. The choice between the 3 types of dyes will be given by the fastness to washing and light that the client requires.
  • Polyester (Textured, staple fiber, Microfibers, taslanized, discats, flame retardant…)- dispersed
  • Acrylics- cationics
  • Polyamide / Lana-acids
  • Acetate- Dispersed
  • Mixtures of the above.

Depending on the material, the following finishes can be made in the same dyeing process:

UV finish / Water repellent (oil and/or water) / Sewing thread / Antibacterial / Cipro

Skein cabinets that allow the dyeing of materials such as acrylic, cotton or viscose, making the thread rounder. We have batches from 25 Kgs to 360 Kgs per color.

We also have 2 machines to dye gradients of up to 3 shades and a mercerizing machine for cotton.

We have 2 warpers, one of them automatic for rapports of up to 160 threads and another conventional with 1200 positions.

For the automatic we have the possibility of making small industrial print runs without the need to split cones (according to account and rapport), increasing flexibility, delivery time and cost. Since we have yarn dyeing, we carry out warps for dyed yarns, adapting to our own dyeing capacity, which is why we also reduce waste.


The experience acquired in the sector for more than 40 years, in addition to the training and experience of its technicians, allows the application of the latest technologies in all phases of the production process.

The very conviction of the importance of technological development for maintaining a competitive position in the market and ensuring the future, have made the company at the forefront in its sector, despite the strong crises and difficulties that the sector has gone through. in times past.

This continuous commitment to technological development is manifested in the technical innovations and Research and Development that Jmolto,., systematically incorporates into the capital goods used, in order to adapt them precisely to the needs required by the developed production process. in the company to improve fundamental parameters such as:

Quality, competitiveness, productivity, respect for the environment

All this leads us to conclude that the company’s technical equipment is highly advanced, making it one of the best on the market in terms of design and technology due to its continuous renewal.