To present the largest Supply Chain USA Pavilion at Texprocess Americas in May
Supply Chain USA will feature more than 35 individual company exhibits featuring the complete range of Made in USA supply chain manufacturing, components and services for the diverse fashion and sewn products industries. More than 200 industry professionals will attend the evening reception.
SEAMS, the National Association for the U.S. Sewn Products Industry, will present its largest-ever Supply Chain USA Pavilion at the Texprocess Americas trade show on May 13-15 in Atlanta, Georgia. In conjunction with the show, the organization will again host its popular Supply Chain USA Networking Reception on the evening of Wednesday, May 14, at the OMNI Hotel at CNN Center. Industry professionals are invited to learn more about the Supply Chain USA Pavilion and register for the Networking Reception by visiting the SEAMS website.
“We are pleased to see such tremendous growth and interest in both of these events,” said SEAMS executive director Sarah Friedman. “As more and more companies re-shore production and rediscover the many benefits that a local and responsive USA supply chain has to offer, the pavilion has become a one-stop resource and major destination for show attendees. In addition to visiting the exhibits, many sourcing, production, procurement and other industry professionals and executives tell us that they enjoy taking part in a more intimate networking event that enables them to build and strengthen key business relationships.”
Supply Chain USA will feature exhibits of cut and sew manufacturing, finished products, textiles and fabrics, threads and yarns, findings and trim, labels and narrow fabrics, packaging and distribution, and many other sewn products components and services.
SEAMS is a not-for-profit organization comprised of sewn products contract and brand manufacturers and their suppliers. The SEAMS mission is to support the resurging U.S. sewn products industry through educational programs that will improve the quality and productivity of the sewn products industry collectively and of its member firms individually.