Ecorite, a Toronto-based division of Canada Sportswear, announced the hiring of Alex Jovetic for the position of vice president, sales and marketing, Ecorite, for Canada and the U.S. The move is effective as of Feb. 22. Jovetic has more than 22 years of senior management experience and...
Ecorite, the Toronto-based supplier of environmentally friendly promotional products, announced an aggressive wave of price reductions providing customers savings on over 150 items in the line. The collection of eligible products represents about half of the styles currently available in Ecorite's line.
With a nice use of curved lines and color contrast, Ecorite's nonwoven sling tote could be a great way to punch up your next tote promotion. The bag measures 14x12” (or 14x34” if you count the strap), is available in three color pairs, and is made from 40 percent recycled material.
Starting September 1, Ecorite will be offering a freight credit program giving distributors a shipping credit equal to five percent of the order value on all orders $500 or more. This applies to all styles, including clearance items, and the credit can be applied to any level of service the client needs.
There is one thing I’ll promise you—never in this blog will I quote a certain amphibian—shaped puppet on the difficulties of going through life having skin of a certain hue. Firstly, because it is an over-used quote, and secondly because it isn’t true.
It’s pretty easy being green. Maybe not all-out, put up a windmill and solar panels, drink rainwater, take yourself off the grid, Al Gore-green, but achieving a nice seafoam, even Granny-Smith apple kind of green doesn’t really take much work. Currently, I’m that kind of green. I do what I can, but honestly, it’s just the bare minimum and some
ECORITE, a Toronto-based supplier of eco-friendly products, introduced seven new bags, ranging from a shopping tote and carryall to messenger bag and lunch bag. All bags are made from 100 percent post-consumer recycled and scrap plastic bottles. For the company, it is a good sign that technology is meeting environmental concerns. Through the process of recycling, sterilizing, crushing, melting and spinning plastic, ECOLINE can create its ECOTEXX fabric—a durable, lightweight, woven fabric similar in look and feel to non-woven material. “As consumer use of these bags grow, the burden on the world’s landfills and demand of natural resources will be lifted
ECORITE, a Toronto-based supplier of Eco-friendly products and a line of organic cotton, canvas and polyester bags, has introduced a line of seven bags made from 100 percent post-consumer recycled plastic bottles. The bags are similar to the look and feel of a typical non-woven bag, but are more robust, resulting in thousands of re-uses per bag. “As consumer use of these bags grow, the burden on the world’s landfills and demand of natural resources will be lifted significantly,” said ECORITE founder and president, Brij Kapur. “This is a responsible start in the viable use of recycled post-consumer plastic containers.” For more information, visit
Toronto-based Ecorite has moved to a new head office, located at 205 Champagne Drive Unit #3, Toronto, ON M3J 2C6. “This move was made entirely with our customers in mind,” noted Brij Kapur, president and CEO. “With the addition of more than 45 new products to the line, an enhancement of our office, warehouse and showroom became a necessity.” Kapur said the company needed to ensure it had the resources in place to “provide our customers with the highest level of service and support, and without them none of this would be possible.” In other news, Michael DiRezze recently joined the company’s
WINTER HAS NEVER been the ideal season for health and wellness. Heavy holiday feasts inevitably lead to the purchasing of larger-sized, cold-weather wardrobes in anticipation of the expanded waistline. Too many fruitcakes could be battled with a few trips to the gym, but a focus on fitness has never been part of the holiday season. The dark days of winter make hibernation appealing—especially when faced with the prospect of scraping the ice off the windshield and driving to the gym. Fitness can wait until bathing suit season, right? Wrong. These concessions can mean the holiday weight never gets shed. Obesity has reached epidemic proportions in