Antex Knitting Mills is a
vertical knitting, dyeing, printing and finishing company established in
Los Angeles in 1973. The company produces approximately 1.5 million
yards of fabric per week. Its traditional business is to provide
fashionable knitted fabrics to the junior, contemporary, and children's
markets. The Antex knitting department consists of 300 high-speed,
multi-feed, state-of-the-art machines. The equipment, ranging from 14 to
38 cut machines, provides the capabilities to produce a wide range of
fabrics. Address: 3750 S. Broadway Pl. Los Angeles, CA 90007 Telephone
(323) 232-2061 Fax (323) 233-7751
In addition to fabric they provide the
Printing: Wet printing on cellulosic Fibers (reactive
dyes, resist and discharge), Wet
printing on polyamide fibers (acid dyes for swimwear),
Wet printing on polyester fibers (disperse dyes),
Pigment printing (all fibers)
The vertically integrated company makes
apparel fabrics, (cotton and cotton-blend piece-dyed fabrics,
indigo-dyed denim), greige fabrics (unded, unfinished cotton and cotton
blends), specialty fabrics (such as coated materials for awnings, boat
covers and tents) and yarns.
One of the largest US fabric manufacturers.
They make wool worsted and worsted-blend fabrics, and waterproof
synthetics for the apparel market. In later 2003, they had been bought
by W.L Ross & Co.
Carolina Apparel Group / Coville [Carolina
Apparel Group Profile on Apparel Search] (USA) : is a
manufacturer of "body-size" circular knit fabrics and thermal underwear,
offering the comfort and cost benefits of body-size, side -seamless
fabric and apparel Made in the USA. Carolina Apparel specializes
in thermals for well-known brand names, major retailers'
private labels and for the US Armed forces. From performance, wicking
base-layer for the outdoors man, to comfortable cotton prints for kids.
Their quick replenishment on in-season items, coupled with their
cost-efficient manufacturing advantages makes us and attractive,
experienced alternative to offshore manufacturing.
by W.L Ross & Co. / International Textile Group) Cone Mills LLC Is: One of America's leading
textile manufacturers. They are headquartered in Greensboro, NC, with five
manufacturing facilities located in North Carolina and Mexico. The
company also has regional sales offices in Greensboro, New York, Dallas,
Los Angeles and San Francisco. Established in 1891, the Cone Mills
mission is to be: The largest producer of denim fabrics in the world.
Cone Mills LLC is a privately held company owned by WL Ross & Co. as
part of the International Textile Group.
Dan River - fabric mill with rich history, but unfortunately
out of business. Dan River Inc. manufactures was an apparel
fabrics and home fashion products, such as bedding. Based in
Danville, Virginia, the company was the leading U.S. producer of
lightweight yarn-dyed fabrics, including oxford cloth, denims, and
broadcloth. In 2008, Dan River, the U.S. division of an Indian
conglomerate (GHCL) since 2006, was winding down its operation and
will liquidate after nearly 126 years in business
Edley Associates, Inc.: They manufacture tulle, net, and tricot
fabrics, in our own factory in New York. They manufacture their own
yarn, and knit dye and finish in their own factories. All of their
fabrics are available as piece goods, rolled on tubes, doubled and
rolled on boards, slit into spools of varying widths, as ribbons both
wired and unwired, as die cut circles for party favors, and as custom
cut sheets for gift basket wrap. Address: 550 West Old
Country Road- Suite 309 Hicksville, NY 11801 516-933-7444 fax
516-933-7555 800-TRICOTS email: [email protected]
International (USA) Manufacturers of stock patterned and custom
designed air and heat embossed, crushed greige and colored flocked
fabrics for fashion, automotive, furnishing and upholstery applications
FiberLok, Inc (USA) Fiber
coated graphics from custom designed artwork for garment, clothing
accessories, carpet and automotive applications. Press releases and case
histories. Price list and on-line ordering.
Fifield, Inc (USA)
Custom developed and standard flock coating of textile fabrics for
garments and decoration. Also, imitation leathers and velvets.
Griswold Textile Print,
Inc. : they are a hand screen printed fabric mill. They
manufacture hand silk screened fabrics for the decorator and design
industry. They also have low minimum production yardages to
allow new entries into the textile design field. They are a
fully operational US fabric contract printer! Address: 84
White Rock Road Westerly, RI 02891 (401)596-2784 Contact :
Jack Wilson e-mail: [email protected]
Hamrick Mills : Hamrick Mills
produces top-quality, greige woven fabrics for use in the home
furnishings, industrial, apparel and support apparel markets.
Manufacturing operations are versatile, efficient and responsive to
customer needs. In January of 1900, a new textile organization was
formed in Gaffney, South Carolina under the name of Limestone Mills,
with Dr. Wylie C. Hamrick elected as Secretary and Treasurer, in
effect, the chief operating officer. Hamrick Mills has maintained
success over time by responding and adapting to change, investing in
technology, and remaining totally customer focused in its efforts.
Today's two-plant operation, corporate headquarters and sales
offices are all located in Gaffney, SC in the center of the I-85
growth corridor, under the direction of third, fourth and
fifth-generation family members.
: After nearly 80 years in
business, the company headquarters are still located in Lebanon,
Pennsylvania, the site of their fully integrated manufacturing
facility. Their mission is to be the premier manufacturer of quality
woven fabrics with an unwavering commitment to their customers,
their employees, their community and Made-in-the-USA. KW is widely
recognized in the textile industry as a leading domestic weaving
mill with a wide range of textile products for high-end apparel,
home decor, military, industrial and a wide variety of other quality
textile woven fabrics. They specialize in intricate weaves, unique
patterns, custom orders, and short runs for diverse niche markets.
Their fabrics are produced with a wide variety of filament and spun
fibers, such as acetate, cotton, linen, metallic, nylon, polyester,
rayon, and many other novelty yarns. Keystone Weaving is a family
owned and operated company since 1930, leading the manufacturing
industry for high-end apparel, home decor, military, industrial and
a wide variety of other quality, sustainable woven fabrics.
Malden Mills Industries/ Polartec Malden Mills
manufacturers high-tech fabrics, some made partially of recycled plastic,
are designed for the outdoor type. The company makes Polartec all season
synthetic fabrics for use primarily in apparel and footwear. Address: 46
Stafford Str. Lawrence, MA 01841
Milliken & Company Inc. : Milliken &
Comany makes textiles and chemicals used in products ranging from art
supplies to spacesuits. One of the world's largest textile companies,
Milliken produces finished fabrics for fabrics for rugs, and carpets, as
well as other synthetic fabrics uses in such goods as apparel. Milliken
operates about 65 manufacturing operations worldwide (year 2004).
National Textile Industries : A third
generation family business, National Textile Industries, has been
supplying broadcloth and trimmings since 1958, when Sal Gagliano and his
father Thomas launched the small trimming house, National Bias Binding,
on the lower east side of New York City. Today , National Textile
Industries converts poly cotton broadcloth for every imaginable
manufacturer from home furnishings to medical products.
In addition, their
bias binding division produces approximately 195 million yards of
trimming a year. National Textile
Industries has developed an unsurpassed reputation in the industry for
their quality fabric and
their in stock program of over 150 solid colors.
At this year's Material World show,
National Textile Industries is introducing a new line of Poplin and
Waffle Pique fabrics to meet the ever increasing needs of the
manufacturer. The Gagliano family is
actively involved in all daily operations of the company.
They take exceptional pride in
their MADE IN THE USA program. Sal Gagliano
still boasts that his product is exclusively manufactured in the u.s.a.
from seeding to weaving to finishing. 100% authentic American
It is this old fashioned philosophy and
tradition that has kept their business, as
well as their family, fruitful. NATIONAL
TEXTILE INDUSTRIES NATIONAL BIAS BINDING CORP. BROOKLYN ARMY TERMINAL
140 58tH STREET UNIT 2L BROOKLYN, NY 11220 718-439-4800 800-528-5568 JAY
GAGLIANO VICE PRESIDENT [email protected]
Pendleton Woolen Mills
: In 1863, traveling down the
Atlantic seaboard, crossing the Isthmus of Panama on a burro, and
sailing up the Pacific coast was a grueling four-month passage. Yet for
Thomas Kay, a young English weaver, it was a dream come true. An old
hand at sea voyages, he had already crossed the Atlantic years earlier
to work at east coast textile mills. With skills honed, he was now
headed to an area with ideal conditions for raising sheep and producing
wool. A place with moderate weather and plentiful water - America's
newest state, Oregon. Today, their sons have assumed management
roles in the company. C.M. Bishop III is president and John and Charles
are vice presidents. Another son, Peter, is manager of the
Catalog/Internet Division. This family thread has continued to produce
Pendleton leadership with a legacy of hands-on management for six
generations -- warranted to be a Pendleton since 1863.
Learn more about Pendleton Woolen Mills from the Pendelton Woolen Mills video.
companies Mount Vernon Mills is one of the largest denim producers in the
US. Mount Vernon
Mills consists of more than 4,300 individuals producing the finest America
has to offer. A pride that springs from 150+ years in textiles. The
Apparel Fabrics Group is the largest of all the Mount Vernon Mills groups,
accounting for over half of all company sales. In fact, denim fabric is
woven and finished for sale to many major manufacturers across the country
like Wrangler, Lee, and Levi's. The Apparel Fabrics Group operates one of
the largest denim manufacturing facilities in the world. The mill at Trion
produces over 400,000 square yards a day in a wide variety of denim
including washed, over-dyed, and stretch fabrics. Other products within
the group include twills, drills, duck, and plain weave fabrics. These are
piece-dyed for career apparel, work clothing and sportswear - most of
which is considered "bottom weight" for pants, slacks, and trousers
SAFE Denim : For over 30 years American
Cotton Growers' denim has set the standard for quality, durability and
fashion. That same fabric, which until now was only available to the
world's largest manufacturers, is now being made available to smaller
boutique manufactures that share their vision
of cloth that is Sustainable, American, and Friendly to the Environment.
They produce a variety of styles including
stretch, ring-spun, slub yarn and smooth open-end in indigo, black and
natural. SAFE Denim is in association with the
Plains Cotton Cooperative Association.
P.O. Box 430 Littlefield, TX 79339 Phone: 806-385-4129 Fax:
806-385-5492 [email protected]
Southern Convertersthey manufacture a broad variety
of textile products for use in commercial laundry,manufacturing, filtration, and other industrial applications.
From their early roots as a
division of Southern Mills, the employees of Southern Converters have
delivered exceptional products to the laundry and dry cleaning industry
as a manufacturer of press pads and covers. They were among the
first to introduce nylon, polyester, and aramid fibers to the industry.
Today, their modern manufacturing facility in the Southern United States
now serves hundreds of customers in over 30 countries worldwide.
Address: 309 Dividend Drive Peachtree City, Georgia. 30269 866-841-5618
ph. 866-841-5627 fx. e-mail:
baby bedding, fabrics, hardware, infant apparel and widnow blinds. They
produce private label items for wal-mart and target.
Since their founding, the company
has grown from a single mill to a company with approximately 40
manufacturing facilities in 12 U.S. states, Canada and Mexico. They employ
about 17,000 people (year 2004), led by Chairman and CEO Crandall Bowles,
fifth generation of the Springs family to lead the private company. Tweave LLC
: For over 50 years, Tweave has been on the leading edge in the design,
development, and manufacture of stretch woven fabrics. Initially
developed and currently used to meet the stringent requirements of the
intimate apparel industry, Tweave's specialized techniques have been
successfully applied in the creation of an ever-broadening array of
fabrics over the years. Tweave was founded in 1951, and has been
privately owned until the recent acquisition by Gehring Textiles in
September of 2008. It was the first weaving mill in the world to
produce spandex containing fabrics and, for over 30 years, has been
primarily dedicated to their production. Today, they consider themselves
the forerunners in stretch woven technology. Their vertical process
begins with the spandex covering step. They then proceed to warping and
beaming, followed by weaving. The fabric is then dyed and finished
to their customers' exact specifications at the Gehring Textiles Dyeing
& Finishing plant in Dolgeville, NY. Several quality control and
inspection processes along the way ensure a high quality finished
fabric. Tweave also has a dedicated and talented work force with an
average length of service of over 15 years which greatly adds to the
consistency of their products.
(USA): UNITEX International is an innovative knitter and converter
serving the apparel industry for over 20 years. The vast line of product
includes prints, stripes, novelties and hi-end superior blend of yarns.
Contemporary line of knits are produced per season and made available
for sampling. The product line is supported by strong commitment to
quality and customer service at the right price. Address: 4800 District
Blvd, Vernon CA 90058 Phone: 323-581-4477 Fax: 323-581-5561 E-mail:
Knit Fabric Manufacturer
W.L. Gore & Associates/ Gore-tex While they may be best known for our GORE-TEX fabrics,
all their products are distinguished in their markets. Their technologies
and fluoropolymer expertise are unsurpassed. Manufacturing operations are
clustered in the U.S., Germany, Scotland, Japan, and China. Thin,
lightweight, durable Gore membranes provide the keys to the performance of
Gore fabrics. Gore combines these very uniform barriers with
contamination-resistant coatings. The resulting composites may be
tailored to achieve varying degrees of windproofness, resistance to
penetration by liquids, and moisture vapor permeability or breathability.
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