World Emblem International
It is with great sadness that World Emblem International announces the passing of one of the co-founders of its affiliate, J&A UK Limited, Donovan Nelson Fry on Wednesday, February 6, 2013.
World Emblem International announced the launch of its new Laser Names product. Laser Names give the look of direct embroidery without the uncomfortable pellon backing and wrinkled appearance. With an array of options to choose, they are a great way to personalize apparel, totes and caps.
World Emblem International has recently launched new digital print emblems for uniforms and apparel. The patches are available in standard and intricate laser-cut shapes and can include a merrowed border or be borderless. The patches can all be heat sealed onto apparel or those with a merrowed border have the option of being sewn onto apparel. The patches themselves are very thin and flexible, allowing for a high degree of comfort and versatility. Quick turn-times and competitive pricing allow Digital Print Emblems to be a frontrunner.
World Emblem International, the promotional badge and emblem supplier based out of Miami, announced that the company will begin a new digital print emblem program on August 1, 2012.
Over the last year, Name Badges International, a division of Miami-based World Emblem International, has received feedback and suggestions from its customers on new sizes, shapes and enhancements to the company's current product line of name tags. These comments were not only heard, but followed with the introduction of the following new badges:
World Emblem International will expand internationally with the opening of its Canadian manufacturing plant on August 1, 2011. This is World Emblem’s tenth manufacturing operation worldwide with U.S. locations in Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, Nevada and California, as well as international locations in the United Kingdom, France and Mexico.
World Emblem International’s European partner, J&A International Inc., started Name Badges International in Europe over a year ago. World Emblem International has recently launched the U.S. version at its headquarters in Miami.
Miami-based World Emblem International's European partner, J&A International Inc., has recently purchased French distributor Imatel and selected Martin Kemp to be the new company president.
Dale Carnegie Training, one of the world's leading human resources and management consulting organizations, presented its prestigious Leadership Award to World Emblem International Inc., a manufacturer of apparel decorations with eight locations worldwide. Dale Carnegie Training established an international Leadership Award in 1985.
World Emblem International, Miami announced Trimax Transfers are now available in its U.S. locations. Having been produced for years in the company's European location, U.S. customers can now apply screen-printed images to apparel right inside their own facility.