The facility consolidates the company’s former spandex and rigid knitting mills, and allows for further expansion to accommodate advanced knitting and manufacturing equipment for production scale while maintaining a low carbon footprint.
“Our objective is to collaborate with our customers to consistently develop and deliver exceptional textiles that provide them with a competitive edge and stable growth. The new facility optimises our ability to anticipate customers’ needs while offering a modern, comfortable environment for our employees to thrive,” said Peter Wu, chairman, Wu Luen Knitting Company.
Established in 1985, family-owned Wu Luen Knitting specialises in developing custom warp and circular knits for active sports apparel, footwear and accessories, swimwear, intimate apparel and industrial markets worldwide. As a fully vertical operation, the company also offers dyeing, laminating and printing capabilities – providing seamless efficiency, superior quality control, and quick turnaround times to leading international brand manufacturers. (PA)
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