In 1983, IGC introduced a breathable synthetic fabric to act as a weed barrier material. Our Geoscape product was one of the first landscape fabrics in the horticulutural industry. In the initial marketing it became very clear, customers wanted a variety of product sizes. This led to the purchase of an 81-inch slitting and rewinding machine, which was put into service in May of 1983. As the Geoscape Landscape line grew, more capacity was needed and thus a second machine was put into production in June of 1984. This particular machine could print as well as slit and rewind fabric. Today, IGC has 4 center wound silitters with a slitting capacity of up to 210 inches. A thermal laminating line was installed in 2003, with a finished width of 48".
Since the introduction of the Landscape Fabric product , IGC has grown to include products that are used in the construction, packaging, and composite industries. IGC is located in Charlotte, North Carolina, ideally located for excellent transit times to the eastern United States.
We offer, a wide range of fabrics, from needle-punch polypropylenes to spunbond polyesters and nylons. If you are developing a new product or want to improve on an existing one we can help with services such as flexographic printing. You can provide the fabric or we can source for you and provide complete production from master roll to finished product.