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JACOLI began its operations in January 2011 as a purchasing agent for cotton and polyester-cotton fabrics, commonly used in the home textiles sector.

As its business grew, JACOLI expanded into the supply of yarns, fabrics, and knits, as well as into the apparel sector.

Over the time, JACOLI has grown and became an extremely dynamic company, offering a wide range of comprehensive services that continuously adapt to market needs.

With extensive experience in the industry, technical expertise, and an extensive network of contacts, JACOLI has been able to add value to its business relationships.

Its customers typically include industrial companies, wholesalers, distributors, and brands, located in a wide range of markets.

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By clearly focusing on a differentiation strategy, JACOLI is a customer-oriented, innovative, competitive, and socially responsible company, guided by principles that aim for the sustainability of the business in all its aspects: economic, social, and environmental. JACOLI aims to be seen by the market as a sourcing and procurement company that works rigorously to satisfy its customers, differentiating itself from competitors by ensuring product and service quality. This is achieved through careful selection of suppliers, compliance with legal requirements, and the promotion of high levels of knowledge and training among its employees. JACOLI is committed to continuously improving its service.

The mission of JACOLI is to build an efficient organizational structure based on simple and well-defined business processes, capable of serving customers with the highest standards of quality, speed, and efficiency.


Aware of the difficulties and challenges that will arise along its journey, JACOLI bases its activity on values such as honesty, rigor, impartiality, flexibility, dedication, teamwork, and a sense of mission. The company believes that this is the only path to follow in order to perform well in its role and be able to deal with the different opportunities and threats in the industry.


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