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Vencor appoints COO of new textile recycling division
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Jul '13
Vencor International is pleased to announce the appointment of Isaac Nichelson as COO for the new division, Green Mills.

Mr. Nichelson, known by many in the apparel world as the "Johnny Apple Seed of Eco-fashion," has been brought on to set up the supply chain and wholesale distribution of eco-sustainable organic and recycled textiles. Additionally Nichelson will be spearheading the development of the Green Mills garment recycling facility.

The Green Mills recycling process allows production of new textiles made from fiber extracted from used garments and fabric cutting scraps. With raw materials that are nearly free of charge, Vencor's Green Mills plans to offer yarns and textiles that are lower cost than conventional virgin counterparts. This process called "textile UP-cycling" by Nichelson, promises to be very low cost / high return.

Mr. Nichelson will be directing in the comprehensive set up of the Green Mills facility including overseeing the leasing and set up of machinery, as well as sales/marketing teams for the wholesale sales division.

Isaac Nichelson's appointment will help Vencor to achieve its objectives and ensure results in growing this new sector of the business.

Vencor International


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