In the embroidery sector we can draw on over 90 years of experience. Our focus is on custom embroidery, technical textiles and other specialities. We develop these in line with the individual wishes of our clients – with a sure instinct, flexibility and to high quality standards. We are committed to Switzerland as a production location.
We develop and produce technical textiles. We are the exclusive suppliers of the TISSUPOR® Wound Pad 3-D Embroidery wound dressing for Tissupor AG. We also support Empa in its research into light-conducting fibres. These are used for so-called wearables, which are technical textiles.
Our joint venture Bischoff Gamma (Thailand) Ltd. designs and produces exclusive, high-quality embroidery for the international fashion market. Products sold under the brand name “Bischoff Gamma” are highly appreciated by renowned fashion labels in the lingerie and ladies’ outerwear industry around the world. Bischoff Gamma is responsible for the global sale and distribution of the fashion embroidery.
Our works in Diepoldsau are equipped with state-of-the-art machinery and our employees are highly skilled. As a contract embroidery company, we make these capacities available to a wide range of external embroidery suppliers. Flexible scheduling and excellent service ensure a high standard of quality.
Are you looking for St. Gallen embroidery for your own creations? Then come to us! Our factory outlet has a wide range of interesting items at attractive prices; embroidery of all kinds, exquisite gift articles, a wealth of different fabrics, tea towels, curtain fabrics, handkerchiefs and much more.
Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 1.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.
The factory shop will be closed from Saturday, July 15, 2023 until and with Sunday, August 06, 2023.
Dealers and wholesalers are asked to make an appointment in advance.
The world’s largest private collection of historical embroidery is housed at our headquarters at Bogenstrasse 9. The museum’s impressive collection includes treasures from the heyday of embroidery, including items from the company’s own history as well as from the estates and archives of other embroidery producers.
The various sample books and individual exhibits serve as an important source of inspiration for our design team.
We also open the museum for selected groups of visitors upon request. Please contact us to make an appointment.