In the tradition of artistic embroidery, Inter-Spitzen AG has been creating collections for the international lingerie market for over 25 years.
Our embroideries meet the highest standards in terms of quality and impress with their innovative designs.
Twice a year, we present our diverse and extensive collection at Paris trade shows. Created in our head office in St. Gallen, our designs appeal to customers the world over. Our list of clientele includes well-known brands by various international lingerie, swimwear and loungewear manufacturers.
Previously renowned most notably for our superb motif collection, Inter-Spitzen AG now offers a wide range of embroideries, covering everything from extravagant customer wishes to lingerie equipped with LEDs.
We maintain long-term relations with our customers based on a spirit of partnership. We believe in the importance of outstanding customer service and take a proactive approach to product development. Our highly skilled staff oversee the development process, from the design to the finished embroidery.
Inter-Spitzen AG meets the highest standards in terms of quality and combines design expertise with cutting-edge embroidery technique.
Shapewear, daywear, nightwear or outerwear – Inter-Spitzen AG impresses with a wide range of exceptional designs that open up new possibilities in refined lingerie.
This makes embroidery always modern and right on trend.
Foundation of Inter-Spitzen AG, with production facility and head office in Oberbüren, Switzerland.
Foundation of Inter-Spitzen SRL in Lugoj, Romania; gradual relocation of production and dye works to Lugoj, Romania.
Takeover of Inter-Spitzen AG by Forster Rohner AG.
Caroline Forster becomes CEO of Inter-Spitzen AG.
Ongoing modernisation of the machinery in Romania; only the latest generation of machines are used in production; the dye and processing works are also fitted with state-of-the-art machinery.
Relocation of the head office to the location of the parent company to improve the use of synergies; Inter-Spitzen AG maintains its autonomy.