We typically remove companies from our website if their website links are no longer functioning properly. However, we decided that some companies deserve a second chance. The history of some of these companies should not simply be wiped away. Even if they are now out of business, it would be nice to know which clothing & textile companies have existed. It is very possible that some of these companies are still in business, but maybe their website address changed or the business changed name, location, phone, etc.
This section of the site is a temporary graveyard of companies for which we have lost contact.
It is very possible that these companies are out of business, but we are not certain.
If you find your company below, you are welcome to let us know and we can possibly re-instate your business into the proper section of our site.
We are removing the original website address & contact information that we had on record from the listings below. If you know the proper contact information for any of these companies you are welcome to let us know.
Bermaha: fabric jobber. As a woven textile jobber since 1950 and a leading supplier of off goods at promotional prices to the apparel fabric industry, they offer experience and quality in servicing export and domestic users.
Big 4 fabrics Corp. : (New York) jobbers and wholesalers of fake fur fabrics and stretch textiles. Big 4 fabrics is a primary source of Faux Fur fabrics since 1968. They are one of the largest suppliers of Fake Fur in the USA. They have a 50,000 square foot warehouse stocked with a million yards of Fun Fur. Their Monkey Fake Fur and Gorilla Faux Fur are used by window decorators and costume makers. Sherpa Faux Fur is very popular for pet beds. Faux Fur is also used by decorators and puppet makers. They have a huge variety of Printed Animal Furs. They also carry a large inventory of Printed Nylon Lycra, Solid Nylon Lycra, Cotton Lycra and Stretch Velvet. These fabrics are used by the dancewear, club wear, bathing suit and swimsuit industries. They also have a large supply of textiles for the export market.
Brave Sales specialize in Corduroys, carrying a wide range of styles and colors in both first quality and merchantable seconds; no minimums; spot delivery.
Cedarbrook Industries: jobber / distributors of fabrics They stock the following fabrics: Mesh , Dazzle and tricot fabrics. Double knits and lycra fabrics for athletic team wear fabrics. Wetmore, Kansas
Closeout Corner: Founded by Joseph Feldman, a clothing and footwear liquidator, in 1955, Closeout Corner, located in South Plainfield, NJ, now has a presence on the World Wide Web. Closeout Corner is an industry leader in purchasing closeouts of men's, women's and children's apparel and footwear from retail stores, jobbers and manufacturers.
Russian Jobbers International Apparel (Russia): Wholesale Jobbers to the Russian market. They buy branded junior apparel from Europe, USA, and Asia for sale in Russia. They also own Fashion Mart Stores in Russia Address: Moscow Russia
The following companies are most definitely still in business: