Pro Towels has recently implemented a company care campaign. This campaign was created for employees to acknowledge the value their peers bring to the company.
Towels and Textiles
The exports of textile and apparel from the United States increased by 3.99 percent to $1.861 billion in January 2014, compared to exports of $1.79 billion made during the corresponding period of last year, data from the U.S. Department of Commerce showed. Category-wise, apparel exports rose marginally by 1.91 percent year-on-year to $437.174 million, while textile mill products jumped 4.65 percent year-on-year to $1.424 billion during the first month of the current year.
Pro Towels, Pittsburgh, and Superior Decorating, Camarillo, Calif., has added three multi-line reps to its team. Those additions are Brad Langton of Langton Promotional Sales, and Jon Henrickson and Jonathan Bave of Henrickson Associates.
Shoppers are inspecting goods for "Made in USA" labels, as a deep recession has encouraged more Americans to reflect on lost manufacturing jobs. But what about the fabric used to make apparel and home furnishings? That material comes from where?
Most textile manufacturing is based in Asia. But cotton—the soft, fluffy staple that for decades drove the American South as a one-crop economy—has been enjoying a modern renaissance of sorts.
The Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA), Fairfax, Va., announced that Towel Specialties, Baltimore, won Gold, Silver and Bronze Golden Image Awards for Excellence in screenprinting on textiles.
A grand opening event was held on May 23, 2013 at the new 300,000 square foot East Coast sales and operations facility of Pro Towels and Superior Decorating in Abbeville, S.C.
Cotton fell through support at the 84 to 85-cent level last week, closing Friday at 83.58 (a total decline of 1.59 cents). In an attempt to recover, prices moved back above the 84-cent mark. If a recovery fails, the next level of support appears to be at 82 cents.
Is there a chance to return to the 90-cent area? It's not impossible, but there will be more obstacles to overcome.
Pro Towels, the towel supplier headquartered in Pittsburgh, has appointed Melissa Humphries as the customer service representative for the East Coast division of Superior Decorating.
Pro Towels, the Pittsburgh-based towel supplier, announced the expansion of its contract decorating division, Superior Decorating, to the East Coast. Superior Decorating will now be fully operational in both Camarillo, Calif. and Abbeville, S.C.