2011 Rank 2010 Rank Company 2010 Revenue 2009 Revenue Employees Locations Principal City, State1 1 Broder Bros. $791,335,000 $705,235,000 1,039 18 Tom Myers, CEO Trevose, PA2 2/5 Ennis/Alstyle Apparel $550,000,000 $517,738,000 6,100 40 Keith Walters, Midlothian, TX chairman/CEO/president3 3 Norwood & BIC $385,000,000 $410,000,000 - - Nicolas Paillot, CEO Clearwater, FL Graphic North America4 4…
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2010 Rank 2009 Rank Company 2009 Revenue 2008 Revenue Employees Locations Principal City, State 1 1 Broder Bros. $688,000,000 $903,000,000 - 19 Tom Myers, CEO Trevose, PA 2 2 Ennis $584,029,000 $610,610,000 5,200 40 Keith Walters, chairman/CEO Midlothian, TX 3 4/7 Norwood & BIC $410,000,000 n/a 2,300 7 Quenten Wentworth, Clearwater, FL Graphic North America…
Jetline, a leading supplier of innovative promotional products, today announced that Michael Honig, a former software executive with over 15 years of management experience, has been named Jetline's new president.
Promotional products industry supplier Jetline has finalized plans to relocate print and warehousing operations to expanded facilities located in the Spartanburg, S.C. metropolitan area beginning later this fall. The 147,000 square foot facility, located 15 minutes northeast of Spartanburg in Gaffney, S.C.
Industry supplier Jetline, based in Mount Vernon, N.Y., announced it is in the process of examining additional plant locations to address increased capacity requirements resulting from double-digit annual growth.
Yonkers, New York-based Gemini Manufacturing, maker of Jetline, announced the launch of a free 24-hour rush service. The service, which started January 2, offers distributors access to more than 1,000 promotional solutions. “Now, more than ever, it is important to provide flexibility in buying to both our distributor partners as well as to their end-user customers,” said Jetline president Eric Levin. “Many purchasing decisions will be made with little lead time as end-users work outside of the annual budget structure that they have accustomed to in the past,” Levin concluded.