BALSAN is a member of the Belgotex International Group, the sole manufacturer of broadloom and carpet tiles in France, offering an infinite palette of colours and textures for the building and catering trade both in France and abroad. BALSAN’s factories are located in a pristine natural environment in the Indre region in central France. Our two industrial units are seamlessly integrated into their surroundings: the 45,000m² Arthon factory specialises in broadloom carpets and, 15km away, the
Neuvy SaintSépulchre factory covers 10,000m² and produces carpet tiles. BALSAN has always sought to limit the impact of its business on the environment and considers environmental protection an essential and sustainable aspect of its activities.
BALSAN is committed to incorporating eco-design into the heart of our product lines. We’re committed to following a responsible environmental strategy. Eco-design is a real source of innovation, as BALSAN research and development teams are pushed to think differently, creating more environmentally responsible carpets for the future. To manufacture our carpets, BALSAN has been shipping in large quantities of high-quality polyamide yarn from AQUAFIL for more than 20 years.
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