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ITS names Dan Swift to new business development role
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Jul '12
Mr. Dan Swift
Mr. Dan Swift

Integrated Textile Solutions (ITS), a leading provider of cutting, sewing, packaging, and distribution services to the consumer and industrial soft goods industries, is expanding its market reach and pre-sales support efforts by recruiting Dan Swift to a newly created business development role.

With more than 35 years of textile and apparel industry experience, Swift will focus on sales of the company’s product development, production, inspection, repair, warehousing, and order fulfillment services to textile-related product brands, OEMs, and retailers across the country.

According to ITS President David Thornhill, “As the number of companies seeking domestic sourcing partnerships continues to grow, we recognized the need to expand and enhance our new customer acquisition and support processes.

"Dan has the expertise and consultative approach these companies need to match our solutions to their specific needs. We are confident that all will enjoy working with him and benefitting from the wealth of knowledge that he has to offer.”

Prior to joining ITS, Swift served in a variety of regional, national, and international sales and marketing roles with Handler Textiles, Duro Industries, QST Industries, and Kufner Textiles. He also owned and operated Swift Apparel Components, an apparel and textile products distribution firm based in Atlanta.

“I am pleased with the opportunity to play a role in the continued success at ITS”, noted Swift. “With a proven track record of consistently efficient and reliable services, we are well positioned to meet the needs of the many soft goods companies that are bringing production back to this country.

"With a complete range of development, production, and fulfillment services, we provide a one-stop shop for the packaged solutions these companies need to compete in a challenging market.”

Founded in 1936 and located in Salem, Virginia (USA), Integrated Textile Solutions, Inc. provides contract manufacturing and related solutions for Industrial, Military, and Specialty Textile and Apparel products.

Integrated Textile Solutions (ITS)

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