Embroidery Machines Cape Town

Embroidery Machines For Sale in Cape Town:

For over 20 years Emtech have been supplying industrial embroidery machines, associated equipment and software to the embroidery industry in South Africa and the entire sub Saharan Africa. 

Click on the links below to find out more information on each of the highlighted models. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, please contact us and we will be happy to assist you. Or come and visit us at our Cape town. We are based at:

Unit 1, Maitland Station Centre, 300 Voortrekker Rd, Maitland, Cape Town or call us on 021 511 4023

Why Should I Start an Embroidery Business?


If you’re passionate about embroidery, one of the main reasons that people start their embroidery businesses is because of their sheer love for it.

If you can go to work every day and work with your biggest passion, can you really consider that as work? Having a job that you love is something that a lot of people can only dream of.

If you’re not thinking of entering into the industry for the love of embroidery, then maybe the profitability of the industry might take your fancy.

But why is the industry so profitable?

Well, embroidery is everywhere. Everybody buys embroidered goods, especially businesses. Uniforms that are embroidered have more of a regal impression and look a lot classier than a  print.

Embroidery is also a lot more durable and long-lasting. So, there’s always a demand for embroidered goods.

The scope for growth in the embroidery industry is large and that’s the main reason why embroidery businesses are growing in popularity.

A lot of people like the flexibility that comes with owning your own embroidery business. You can be your own boss, which means that you can work your own hours and not have to report to anybody.

The freedom and flexibility of your own embroidery business allows you to take on as much work as you desire.

What Skills Are Needed?

Before you start your business you’ll need to weigh up whether you have the correct skills or not. If you don’t, that doesn’t mean you can’t start your embroidery business.

It just means that you’re going to have to recruit a team of staff that will help you achieve your goals and grow your business.

There are no specific qualifications that you need to take care of the production side of the business. Machine operation and knowledge of the different fabrics and stitching will come from extensive training and experience – there are different techniques of embroidery dependent upon the materials used.

Once you start up your embroidery business, you’re now an entrepreneur and your own boss!