Mettler stands for thread, colour and imagination. With our large selection of synthetic and natural threads, we meet all your requirements in the fields of sewing, quilting, embroidery and overlocking.
The Mettler brand was founded in 1883 and belongs for more than 30 years to the globally operating AMANN Group, which has been shaping the future of thread for more than 160 years. More than 2,000 AMANN employees in over 100 countries worldwide work to deliver success. AMANN sewing and embroidery threads are manufactured exclusively in our own production facilities in Europe and Asia. This ensures the basis for maximum flexibility and customer proximity.The products of the consumer brand Mettler are predominantly manufactured in Czech Republic and partly in Germany.
The expertise of both brands have grown together over decades and make the AMANN Group an internationally leading partner for all customers who value high-quality sewing and embroidery threads, whether they’re industrial customers, specialist stores or end consumers.
Our broad, high-quality assortment is the result of our years of experience and continuously developing thread competence within the AMANN Group. The high demands in the industrial area also apply to the threads under the brand Mettler. Each of our products is always a clear commitment to quality and environmental compatibility. This is confirmed by
§ the company-wide certification according to DIN EN ISO 9001
§ the product certification according to STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX®
§ the participation in the Greenpeace DETOX campaign as the first thread manufacturer worldwide
AMANN Group is part of Hanns A. Pielenz Foundation, which was established by its namesake in 2005. By transferring his shares to the foundation, Hanns A. Pielenz ensured the continued existence of the traditional family business and long-term support of regional cultural and charitable institutions. The non-profit foundation is the majority shareholder of AMANN Group. The foundation’s purpose is to raise funds for the promotion of art and culture, for the promotion of science and research and for the promotion of education and training. This includes regular support for regional projects and institutions.