Lumi Group (China): they can make luminescent fiber which are widely used in making glowing carpet, cloth, garment, etc. They also make knitted fabric (embroidered, Blanket, yarn Dyed). Primarily use polyester. Address: No.10, Huoju Rd.,Hi-Tech Zone, Dalian 116025 China Phone: 86 411 4792601 Fax: 86 411 4793921 Email: email@example.com Contact: Li Chen
L. W. Packard & Co. Inc. (Minus33): maker of woolen fabrics including cashmere, camel hair, alpaca, mohair, angora and lambs wool blends on the woolen system. n 2002, Minus33 was created by textile engineers from L. W. Packard & Co. Inc. L. W. Packard has been involved in just about every aspect of the wool industry, and a proud family-owned business since 1916. In 1995, L.W. Packard was selected by Textile World magazine as one of the top ten textile plants in the world. Their headquarters is still located in Ashland, New Hampshire, on the grounds of L.W. Packard’s historic textile mill.
Maa Sherawali Industries (India): manufacturer of fabric Address: C-1/b, 1311, GIDC Ankleshwar 393002 India Phone: 91264651647 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Maharjan Pashmina Industry (Nepal): Newa Trade links is a trading company with an objective to promote Nepali handicraft goods. Their manufacturing unit Maharjan Pashmina Industry is one of the pioneers in producing quality pashmina (cashmere) shawls, scarves and sweaters. They also make 100% silk shawls and scarves. They have succeeded in satisfying their regular Indian buyers as well as some new Japanese buyers. Since their price is competitive and the hand made quality of their product is the state of the art, they believe that there is a prospect to sell these shawls and scarves as well as sweaters in the US. Address: 1st Lane Kumaripati, Ward# 5 Lalitpur Nepal Phone: 977 1 545090 or 977 1 521429 Fax: 977 1 546316 Email: email@example.com Contact: Kiran Maharjan/rajesh Awale
Malden Mills (Polartec): high-tech, high performance Polartec climate control fabrics designed for a wide range of outdoor activities. Their commitment is to solve problems at their source. To see little discoveries become big ideas. Disruptive ideas. Industry changing ideas. Their vow is to unwind the impossible. To find a way forward when no path exists. To invent a future that performs at levels previously unrealized. Their promise is to provide a meaningful difference to enhance the value and worth of those who innovate with us. This is their pledge to their partners - to further the Science of Fabric.
Masood Textile (Pakistan): Masood is one of the few fully vertical textile mills in Pakistan having in-house yarn, Knitting, fabric dyeing, Processing, Laundry and Apparel Manufacturing facilities. The vertically integrated operations help them in achieving shorter lead times and greater flexibility to cater to the customers demand. Masood Textile Mills is a textile mill in Pakistan with latest computerized Barcode System that assures quality in every operation of production from spinning to packing. Products of each department carry bar coded stickers, which bear all the details and history of the operations of that product. Hence if any problem is reported, one can trace back the root of the problem and enable to prevent occurrence of the same in future.
Michael Barrett Clothing Pty., Ltd: their company specializes in the manufacture of Australian Extra Superfine Merino men's and women's knitted product in the finer gauges. 18- 32 gg. They are currently running single jersey, all needle, and a boucle stitch. They also have available fancy superfine merino fabric on request. They have existing experience in the supply of larger volume to departmental stores world wide, under house label or one of theirs. Address: 4 Tower Place Melbourne Australia 3123 Phone: 613 9813 4766 or 613 9882 3938 Fax: 613 9813 5766 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Contact: Mr Michael Barrett Managing Director
Milliken & Company: international textile and chemical firm. They have been creating innovative products, empowering individuals and building a brighter future for over 150 years. Explore the milestones at their website to see how Milliken has evolved since their founding in 1865.
Monterey Mills: Monterey Mills is the largest sliver knitter in North America. With factories in Wisconsin and North Carolina, mills include Glenoit fabric in Tarboro, NC and previous companies; Tex Tenn and Roller fabrics. Monterey supplies fabric to a variety of industries including industrial applications - buffing pads, paint roller fabric, filtration and decubitus hospital fabric. Non-industrial fabric applications include apparel, costumes, toys and mascots, liners, home furnishings, and fabric for pet products. One of the ten largest sliver knitters in the world, Monterey also manufactures and markets the Denali(R) brand of luxury blankets, throws, pillows and bedding. 1725 E Delavan Drive Janesville, WI. 53546 608-373-2950
Mount Vernon Mills, Inc.: diversified and integrated producer of yarns, fabrics, and finished products for the apparel, industrial, home furnishings, institutional and consumer goods markets.
Nahar Group: knitted and woven fabrics, and yarn. NAHAR Group of Companies also known as OWM Group is a leading industrial house of northern India, continuously growing and diversifying its activities for economic prosperity of its shareholders and stakeholders, while engaging itself to the well being of Community and environment.
National Bias Binding corp. [National Textile Industries] (USA): they domestically manufacture over 150 solid colors of poly/cotton broadcloth and bias binding and all affiliated trims. Address: 140 58TH street unit 2 L Brooklyn, New York 11220 USA Phone: 718-439-4800 Email: email@example.com Contact: Jay Gagliano Vice President
Nwa Textiles was founded to provide assistance to North American companies for their Taiwanese parent, Honmyue Enterprise. They are a full-service company, specializing in custom creative weaves in polyester, recycled polyester, nylon and recycled nylon. They have taken on the additional challenge of reengineering their plants to be as eco-friendly as possible. In a recent bluesign assessment they found that they use 100 liters of water per kilogram of fabric dyed, versus the industry best practice standard of 150 liters.
Newtex: manufacturer of heat resistance safety clothing, textiles, paintable wall coverings/wallpaper, aluminized fabrics, ropes, tubing, tapes, fireproof suits, gloves, blankets, lead paint encapsulation.
Ningbo Peace Group Co., Ltd.: specializing in textile, fabric, and garment manufacturing.
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