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Intradeco Apparel announces expansion and move
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May '10
Intradeco Apparel has announced they will be relocating to new offices at 1400 Broadway on May 8th, 2010, from their previous address at 35 West 36th Street. Measuring 3,400 sq. ft. the new location will house executive and sales offices, meeting rooms, and design studios. The new location will allow the company to better service their customers and business partners in New York City's Garment District.

“Intradeco has experienced rapid growth in the past five years. The new address offers a state-of-the-art building that is centrally located with enough space to accommodate the expansion” said Felix Siman, CEO of Intradeco. Intradeco joins its colleague's and partners Fruit of the Loom, Renfro, Hanes and Wal-mart who occupy offices in the immediate area.

Intradeco Apparel is a vertical manufacturer based in Miami, FL. and supplies retailers with thermal underwear, performance activewear using recycled polyester, yoga wear, licensed products and organic cotton casual wear. Along with its Miami headquarters and distribution center they have manufacturing facilities in El Salvador and Nicaragua, and sales offices in New York City, Miami and Bentonville, Arkansas. Intradeco Apparel is the leading thermal supplier to the USA under their exclusive license with Fruit of the Loom brand including Fruit of the Loom, BVD, and Jerzees. They also have licensing agreements with Nickelodeon, Disney, Hershey's, Care Bears, Nestle, Mutts, and Tootsie Roll. Intradeco's business partners are the largest retailers in the world, including Wal-Mart, Sears, K-Mart, Target and JCPenney.

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