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Bainbridge Intl.

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  • 255 Revere St.
    Canton, MA 02021

Founded in 1917, Bainbridge International is one of the longest established sailcloth manufacturers in the world with over 90 years experience in producing textiles and allied accessories. Inspired thinking and good commercial ideas have always been the driving force behind the success of our three divisions; Sailcloth, Marine Hardware and Temporary Protection.

Delivering to customers in more than 75 countries, Bainbridge has offices in the USA, Europe and Australia. Though best known as the world’s largest and most sophisticated supplier of sailmaking material, we are recognized for our enthusiasm to achieve in-depth understanding of all the markets we contribute to. We have a network of long-established distributors who work closely with our customers to identify their precise requirements. Bainbridge is focused on doing everything possible to build valuable, long-term business partnerships. And because we design and manufacture products for such wide-ranging and demanding applications, we have a design team of product specialists who between them are skilled in textile technology, fiber selection, design engineering, manufacturing, chemical science and metallurgy.

cover guard® was introduced by Bainbridge International following extensive research and development in collaboration with a large number of internationally recognized and approved bodies for the prevention of fire. This included consultation with many marine and naval based organizations within the industry. The result is a market leading product that is safe, flame retardant and easy to use with a cost that makes commercial sense.

Committed to technical development and staying at the forefront of market trends, Bainbridge International is always looking to the future for new innovations and solutions.

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