Table Of Contents
- 1. Albany International:
- 2. Unifi, Inc:
- 3. Fabrico:
- 4. Bally Ribbon Mills:
- 5. Aurora Innovative Textile Solutions:
- 6. Antex Knitting Mills:
- 7. Signet mills:
- 8. Revolution performance fabric:
- 9. Gary Manufacturing Inc:
1. Albany International:
Three businessmen laid the foundation of this company. They invested $40 000 and named the mill Albany Felt Company to manufacture papermaking felts.
Albany expanded its workforce, and by 1920 it became the second-largest firm in the fabric manufacturing industry.
Albany International had sales agents in India, Japan, England, and Sweden. The company continued to flourish and expand with devotion and hard work.
Today, Albany International has two main businesses and has transformed into a global advanced material and textile processing company.
Strategically located in 11 countries with high-end processing facilities, Albany International is a local source for global resources. It is a perfect solution for customizable fabric.
- Broad woven fabrics and felts (except tire fabrics and rugs);
- Weaving narrow fabrics
- Making fabric-covered elastic yarn and thread
- Manufacturing schiffli machine embroideries;
- Manufacturing nonwoven fabrics and felts;
- Knitting weft (i.e., circular) and warp (i.e., flat)
- Knitting fabric and finishing weft and warp fabric
- Manufacturing and lace and lace goods.
216 Airport Drive*
Rochester, NH 03867 USA
2. Unifi, Inc:
In 1971, Mebane laid the foundation of Unifi. Mebane always wanted to incorporate manufacturing technology to control quality, inspire innovation, and transform the industry.
Unifi believes that innovation starts in fiber. It works on the core principle of being transparent, traceable, and certifiably sustainable.
The company recycles waste plastic material into REPREVE recycled performance, sharing its passion for sustainability with forward-thinking brands and companies.
It focuses more on what’s right rather than what’s the output. Unifi feels proud to save our planet and recycle plastic into wearable fabric.
Unifi keenly seeks new ways to abolish waste and conserve resources in our facilities worldwide, especially with labor, energy, transportation, and packaging.
- Recycled materials
- Pro fiber
- Uni fiber
- Textured yarn
- Draw winding
- Covered yarn
- Door to door delivery
+1 336 294 4410
7201 W. Friendly Ave.
Greensboro, NC 27410
Fabrico was founded in 1977, and its headquarter is located in Rochester, New York, USA. It has over 40 years of fabrication expertise and is a leading company in designing prototyping, and manufacturing.
It is serving various businesses, including transportation, medical, general industrial, electronic, and electrical applications.
The vast collection of their custom fabrics include
- Fish paper
- Medical and first aid supplies
- Wound care products
- Laser cutting
- Addictive manufacturing services
- Drilling services
- Cleanroom services
- Laminating services
- Finishing services
- Waterjet cutting
- Ultrasonic welding
- Packaging services
866 715 2399
4175 Royal Drive, SUITE 800, Kennesaw, GA 30144
4. Bally Ribbon Mills:
Bally ribbon mills is an American company that has been intricate in designing, producing, and developing highly specialized woven webbing and specialty fabrics and tapes since 1932.
The company is designing specialized products for defense, aerospace, medical, safety, automotive, commercial, and industrial applications.
Since 1991, Bally’s engineering team has doubled their efforts to fulfill the composites industry’s growing needs with 2-D and 3-D structural fabrics and woven preforms.
Bally Ribbon Mills focuses on three key elements that determine its success. First is the technical proficiency of the master weavers and company design engineers—secondly, BRM broad weaving techniques to produce various fabrics.
The third and foremost element is they can cater to the most advanced design challenges. Bally Ribbon Mills’s constant research and rich history and technological advancement enable them to lead the industry in the manufacturing of specialty textiles.
The long list of woven products includes:
- Narrow woven tapes and webbings
- Aerospace webbing
- Safety webbings
- Commercial and recreational webbing
- Industrial fabric
- Near-net shape performs
- Medical textile
- Polar and spiral woven structures
- Equipment design and modification
- Dyeing and finishing
- Fabric design
- Strap cutting
- Minor assembly
- Prototype development and testing for woven webbing
1 610 845 2211
23 N 7th St, Bally, PA 19503, United States
5. Aurora Innovative Textile Solutions:
Aurora Specialty Textiles Group, Inc. emerged from a cotton spinning mill in Aurora, Illinois.
The building block was Fabric bleaching and preparation from which Aurora has evolved. It enabled them to flourish in fabric coating, dyeing, and technical finishing over years of hard work.
Aurora continuously invests in adopting new and advanced technology and resources required for developing new products for its valuable customers. This versatile range of capabilities empowers Aurora to be truly a “one-stop” shop for end consumers.
- Woven fabric
- Abrasive products
- Industrial protective covering
- Latex printable fabrics
- Dye-sub printable fabric
- Solvent printable fabric
- Deco print fabric
- UV cure the printable fabric
- Medical tape
- Athletic tape
- Automotive tape
- Hockey tape
- Printable tape
- Gaffer’sGaffer’s tape
- Pressure-sensitive products
- Power transmission belting
- Fabric preparation
- Surface enhancement
- Fabric sources
- Ancillary services
- Angle including
- Converting services
- Medical and first aid supplies
- Research, design, and development
- Calendaring services
800 864 0303
2705 N Bridge ST. Yorkville, IL. 60560
6. Antex Knitting Mills:
Based in Los Angeles, Antex Knitting Mill was established in 1973. It produces 1.5 million meters of fabric/week and supplies fashionable knitted fabric to contemporary
It is a vertical knitting, printing, dyeing, and finishing company, and it started producing technical fabrics for activewear and sports markets several years ago through the Antex Premier Performance division.
Antex feels proud to serve its customers and fulfill their needs with high-quality fabrics, competitive pricing, and fast delivery.
The company’s goal is to meet the needs of the apparel industry with materials that inspire fashion designers.
Antex constantly trains staff with the latest technology and keeps them up-to-date with the advancement of the fashion industry. The company owns an extensive knit and print line that is constantly manufacturing exciting and unique fabric.
The R&D department is specialized in analyzing and duplicating fabric provided to them.
- Yarn-dyed stripes
- French terry
- Wet printing on polyamide fiber (acid dyes for swimwear)
- Wet printing on cellulosic Fiber (reactive dyes, resist and discharge)
- Wet printing on polyester fiber (disperse dyes)
- Pigment printing (all fiber)
- Stain release
- Flame retardant
- Moisture management
3750 S.Broadway Pl. Los Angeles, CA 90007
7. Signet mills:
Signet Mill is a high-end solution provider for manufacturing and supplying fabric to top-class brands around the world. Since 1983, it has been serving its valuable customers with quality within their target costs.
With experience of more than 80 years and trustworthy connections, it has become capable of simplifying the textile supply chain, ensuring quality, lead time, and cost targets.
- Print media
- Custom solutions
- Client driven manufacturing
- Engineered fabric solution
- Flawless execution
- Lowest total cost
- Greater flexibility
864 595 9900
190 Bellew Carver Rd.
Spartanburg, SC USA 29301
8. Revolution performance fabric:
Revolution Fabrics laid its foundation in March 2014 with a simple mission: ”weave luxury performance fabrics without the luxury price”. It is a purely American-based firm that attracts retailers of the furniture industry.
Revolution Performance Fabric is 100 % woven fabric with upcycled yarns and free from any PFC chemicals. Revolution has become a universal choice, whether for luxury beach furniture or the cushion cover at the banquette of a small kitchen.
The fan base of Revolution Performance Fabric has increased tremendously, including Upholsterers because of the fabric.
The fabric is easy to use in producing products, whether it’s an ottoman, headboard, bar stool, etc. Revolution is the true revolution in terms of quality, long-lasting material, and appearance.
- Outdoor fabric
- Indoor fabric
- Solid and texture
- Stain-resistant fabric
- Bleach cleanable fabric
- Free marketing material
- Free shipping over the order of $100
- Exchange and return
- Revolution fabric warranty
704 710 8663
515 Marie Street
Kings Mountains NC 28068 USA
9. Gary Manufacturing Inc:
Gary Manufacturing inc. was established in 1958, and it has been producing fabric over an extended period of 60 years in the USA.
The company is situated near the border of Mexico, and all its product line is manufactured at its facility in San Diego, California.
Having extensive experience of 60 years in commercial and custom sewing, Gary Manufacturing owns the skillset of producing premium quality customizable products including covers, curtains, bags and corporate promotional covers.
Their fabric is highly water repellent, soft, durable, and lightweight.
Gary Manufacturing Inc. serves a wide range of clients and respective industries, including large businesses and local, corporate, state, and federal government agencies.
They produce a variety of fabrics:
- Specialty fabrics
- Polyester and blends
- Velcro, snaps, and buckles
- Swatch cards
Their long list of custom products include:
- Industrial curtains
- Shower curtains
- Privacy curtains
- Clear Vinyl industrial curtains
- Hospital and commercial shower curtains
- Coach coordinates RV drapes
- Shower curtains for correctional facilities
- Navy rack curtains
- Custom nylon bags
- Custom soft cases
- Hospital equipment cart covers
- Custom printed chair caps
- Vinyl table covers
- Industrial services
- Commercial services
- Military and Aerospace
- Medical and healthcare services
800 775 0805
2626 Southport way National City, Suite E
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