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Coville to feature latest knit fabrics at Texprocess
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Apr '16
Courtesy- Coville
Courtesy- Coville
Innovative knits and apparel producer Coville will feature its latest knit fabrics, contract and full package apparel manufacturing services at the Texprocess Americas trade show on May 3-5 in Atlanta, Georgia. The company will also highlight its considerable fabric and apparel product development capabilities and fulfilment services during the event at booth number 1410.

According to Coville vice president Kevin Williams, “With the positive industry outlook and reshoring manufacturing trend we are experiencing now, we expect that Texprocess Americas will provide us with excellent opportunities for all aspects of our business.”

“We are again participating in the supply chain USA pavilion because it gives us a terrific platform to showcase our unique range of fabrics, contract and full package manufacturing, and order fulfilment capabilities in a single venue. We look forward to sharing the benefits of how our one-stop can streamline risk and operations for our retail, brand and manufacturing customers,” Williams added. 

Coville to offer 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 apparel and sewn products during the event. (NA)

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