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Ocean State Innovations acquires ColorWorks

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Jan '20
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Ocean State Innovations, a leading textile solutions provider based in the US, has announced its acquisition of ColorWorks. Founded in 1996, ColorWorks is a premier textile dyer and finisher located in Elizabethton, Tennessee. The ColorWorks team will continue to service a broad array of customers with their commission textile dyeing and finishing needs.

The resources of Ocean State Innovations will add a unique capability to source a wider array of textile products and to provide a technical knowledge that will help to better serve customers’ needs. Under the direction of Edward Ricci (CEO), Ocean State Innovations has built an impressive organisation of talented people and innovative products, according to a press release by the company.

“We look forward to continuing our commitment to the ongoing operations at ColorWorks and the future innovation that the commission dyeing and finishing segment adds to Ocean State,” Edward Ricci, Ocean State Innovations CEO said.

“We are extremely excited to join the Ocean State Innovations team. The company’s expertise will open markets and help lead ColorWorks into the future,” Sam Buchanan, president of ColorWorks said.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (GK)


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