Coville, Inc., a vertically-integrated domestic provider of innovative knits and apparel, will feature its complete range of apparel component and supply chain services at the Texprocess Americas trade show on May 13-15 in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Coville exhibit will be located within the Supply Chain USA Pavilion at Booth #3414 in what is the largest apparel and sewn products technology and services marketplace in the Western Hemisphere. Coville will showcase its broad range of outdoor, performance and protective fabrics; as well as its product development, sewn products manufacturing, warehousing and distribution services for retailers, brands and OEMs.
“We look forward to participating in Texprocess Americas,” noted Coville President Don Trexler. “This is the perfect venue for us to demonstrate our unique qualifications as a one-stop source for domestic knit products and manufacturing solutions. With so many apparel and fashion companies rediscovering the benefits of Made in the USA components and manufacturing, we expect to see a large number of retailers and brands that will be interested to learn how we can help streamline their supply chain operations.”
Coville operates world-class knitting, cut and sew, and 3PL distribution services all in close proximity to its North Carolina headquarters. The company offers finished and greige fabrics, contract and full package production programs with expertise in a wide range of activewear, military, performance, protective, sportswear, underwear and other sewn products.
Founded in 1976, family owned Coville, Inc. is headquartered in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The company’s subsidiaries include Alandale Knitting Company in Troy, NC and Carolina Apparel Group in Wadesboro, NC. The company maintains significant relationships with dyeing and finishing plants in North and South Carolina; as well as a distribution and fulfillment center in Stallings, NC. Together, the Coville family of companies brings a combined 125 years of industry experience to meet the fabric, production, and full package needs of apparel and sewn products retailers, brands and OEMs.