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Aurora among Digital Output's Top 50 Readers' Choice Awards
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Dec '16
Courtesy: Aurora
Courtesy: Aurora
Aurora Specialty which is into coating, dyeing and finishing of both woven and nonwoven fabrics, has been named to Digital Output's 22nd Annual Top 50 Readers' Choice Awards. Each year Digital Output's readers select the top 50 winners and ten honourable mentions, using the magazine's website metric system, which tallies readers' interest in companies.

Digital Output does this through requests made on print and web editorial and advertisements as seen in the magazine, on the website, or its weekly newsletter.

According to Aurora Specialty Textiles, its selection reflects the leadership position the company has taken, providing high quality printable canvas products to the US and global markets.

Over the past two years, Aurora has invested in a new, state-of-the-art North American textile manufacturing operation and has launched several new products, including its Expressions printable canvas line.

The company has installed a new EHWHA ultra wide-width coating and finishing line, which works easily with a broad range of woven and non-woven materials up to 134” wide.

“Aurora is very honoured to be chosen as a recipient of Digital Output's Top 50 Readers' Choice Award,” said Mark Shaneyfelt, director of sales and marketing. “Aurora takes great pride in our long history as a US-based provider of innovative textile solutions.” (AR)

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