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Swift Galey & Lucky textile to produce premium denim in Yixing

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Oct '05
Swift Galey leading supplier of denim, home furnishing and khaki announced that it is entering into joint ventures with Lucky Textile Group, an established weaving, dyeing, finishing, and printing company located in Jiangsu Province, China. Swift Galey will partner with Lucky in its existing state-of-the-art dyeing and finishing facility in Yixing City, China. The partners will also construct a manufacturing facility to produce premium denim in Yixing.

Financial details were not disclosed and both joint ventures are subject to approval by the Chinese government. They are expected to be finalized by year-end.

“These ventures, which reflect the strategic focus and support of their owners, Patriarch Partners, LLC, are part of a well-conceived growth plan for their company and underscore their long-term vision for servicing the fashion and apparel industries,” said John Heldrich, CEO of Swift Galey.

“Their commitment is for the Swift Galey brand to be the industry's global leader, providing the highest quality fabrics from facilities strategically located around the world. Fabrics that carry their brand also carry their commitment to provide customers with exceptional products, service, and effective and efficient solutions to their fabric needs.

“They've spent significant time assessing potential joint venture partners in China and believe t have made an excellent choice. Partnering with a strong company like the Lucky Textile Group, which shares their vision and business values, gives us excellent global balance, with their Americas, European and Asian operations supporting each other.”


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