Hanesbrands Inc., Winston-Salem, N.C., filed a lawsuit against Gildan Activewear, Montreal, Canada, alleging its competitor infringed on the trademarked X-TEMP moisture-wicking name and logo.
Each business day during July, the top buyer of Gildan, Anvil and New Balance from Heritage Sportswear + Virginia T's will be awarded a $1,000 VISA incentive card.
Ash City, a part of the alphabroder family, announced the availability of American Apparel, Bella+Canvas and Fruit of the Loom in Canada.
Gildan Activewear Inc. announced its results for its fourth fiscal quarter and full fiscal year ended September 29, 2013. Adjusted net earnings of U.S. $0.83 per share were a record for the fourth quarter of a fiscal year and at the high end of the guidance range, which the company had provided on August 1, 2013.
Gildan Activewear Inc. is going full camo.
The Montreal-based manufacturer of T-shirts, socks, underwear and other basics says it has obtained the worldwide license for the Mossy Oak hunting camouflage wear brand.
The company, which announced record fourth-quarter results Thursday on robust growth in sales and lower cotton costs and also hiked its dividend 20 per cent, says it sees big potential in marketing Mossy Oak camouflage activewear, underwear and socks.
The decision by Gildan Activewear Inc. to invest $250 million in new U.S. yarn-spinning plants in Davie and Rowan counties by mid-2015 raises a curious question.
Will Gildan's renewed interest in the value of U.S. production resonate with rival Hanesbrands Inc., particularly since Gildan's expansion is taking place within an hour of its backyard of Winston-Salem?
Gildan Activewear has reported second quarter earnings of $72.3 million, more than double the earnings in the same period of 2012. A Reuters report suggests that the company may shift its focus from private label and toward its branded apparel retail division.
A Canadian apparel company has reached a $1 million settlement with Russell Brands and Fruit of the Loom in the relabeling and resale of Jerzees brand sportswear at stores in at least three states.
The agreement ends a dispute between Gildan Activewear Inc., based in Montreal, and the two companies. Under the terms of the agreement, Gildan must stop removing or altering Jerzees labels and tags and must destroy any stock of the sportswear. Gildan also will pay $50,000 in attorney's fees for the two companies.