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Intradeco Apparel to buy Ivory International
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Mar '11
Intradeco Apparel announced that it has agreed to acquire Miami based Ivory International a manufacturer of ladies, men's and children's apparel.

Ivory International produces private label, branded, and licensed products for major retailers, as well as specialty chains. Ivory's customer base includes among others Sears, Kohl's, Wal-Mart, Bass Pro Shops, Baby ”R” Us, Sports Authority, Christopher and Banks, Academy, Belk's, Tractor Supply, as well as numerous other domestic retailers, specialty outlets, and catalogs.

Ivory will function as a separate division of Intradeco with the same key personnel and merchandising focus that has created the innovative products and brands they have provided the marketplace for years.

Luis Marquina, Vice President of Supply Chain at Intradeco Apparel commented “we are very excited about Ivory's design and sourcing capabilities, line of products and customer base, the synergies between the businesses will bring real benefits to our valued customers”.

Robert Lodge, Ivory's President commented, “we are proud to become part of the Intradeco family, and we are thrilled to be able to take advantage of Intradeco's vertical infrastructure and financial strength”.

Intradeco Apparel is a broad based, vertical manufacturing business with operations in Central America and United States. It is a major supplier of quality fashion basics and thermal underwear to major retailers in the United States, Mexico, and Canada.

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