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David Loren engages two seasoned apparel production managers
25
Mar '10
David Loren Corporation announced that the Company has engaged two seasoned apparel production managers to supervise production and imports for its domestic and off-shore production sectors.

Luis Minkin, a 32-year apparel industry veteran, will be responsible for the Company's domestic production including Mexico and Central America. Mr. Minkin's experience includes factory ownership and management, production and import management, and independent full package production in his native South America, Central America, Mexico, Israel, and China. Over the span of his career Mr. Minkin has produced product for Bugle Boy, Union Bay, Jonathan Martin, Express, J. C. Penney, Guess Jeans, The Gap, Limited Too, Ed Hardy and others.

Jason Long, who will oversee offshore production in Asia, Viet Nam, India and other regions, has over 26 years in the apparel industry including positions in manufacturing and importing for companies with sales volumes ranging from $ 60 million to $ 200 million and whose retail customers included Aeropostale, Alfred Dunner, Nike, Walmart, Adidas, Target, J. C. Penney, Macy's, Nordstrom, K-Mart and others. Mr. Long has worked with factories in China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Bangladesh, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Indonesia and Singapore.

"Through the joint efforts of Luis Minkin and Jason Long we will continue to insure timely deliveries and maintain the high level of quality which is our DLC mantra," commented President and Chief Executive Officer David Loren.

David Loren Corporation

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