Supply55 introduces new transfer paper

August 31st

Supply55 Inc., Ann Arbor, Mich., has released Prime Sublimation Transfer Paper, a high-quality, uniformly-coated product engineered to improve overall image quality. Featuring Full Release Technology™, the paper provides fast dry times and is available in both tacky and non-tacky versions. It is compatible with wide-format printers, most brands of digital dye sublimation ink and polyester...

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Rose Brand acquires Swag Décor, expands sales team

August 31st

Rose Brand Inc., a Secaucus, N.J., provider of theatrical fabrics, production supplies and custom stage drapery and sewn creations, has acquired Swag Décor of Orlando, Fla., to establish a local market presence for event and venue décor services. Swag Décor specializes in providing uniquely designed event décor to the Florida market. The company will maintain...

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Supply55 introduces new transfer paper

August 31st

Supply55 Inc., Ann Arbor, Mich., has released Prime Sublimation Transfer Paper, a high-quality, uniformly-coated product engineered to improve overall image quality. Featuring Full Release Technology™, the paper provides fast dry times and is available in both tacky and non-tacky versions. It is compatible with wide-format printers, most brands of digital dye sublimation ink and polyester...

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Rose Brand acquires Swag Décor, expands sales team

August 31st

Rose Brand Inc., a Secaucus, N.J., provider of theatrical fabrics, production supplies and custom stage drapery and sewn creations, has acquired Swag Décor of Orlando, Fla., to establish a local market presence for event and venue décor services. Swag Décor specializes in providing uniquely designed event décor to the Florida market. The company will maintain...

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Dickies, Milliken collaborate on new work shirt

August 28th

The “next generation” work shirt provides comfort and mobility while maintaining the durability of a classic Dickies work shirt. Photo: Dickies Milliken & Co., Spartanburg, S.C., teamed up with Dickies, the flagship brand of performance workwear manufacturer Williamson-Dickie Mfg. Co., Fort Worth, Texas, to produce an improved performance work shirt for today’s modern worker. The...

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BondCote hires Doherty

August 28th

James Doherty has joined BondCote Corp., a Heytex Group company based in Pulaski, Va., as southwest regional sales manager, bringing 10 years of experience in the industrial textile industry. Doherty has a background in product development, working with global customers and markets to develop new products. BondCote manufactures coated, laminated and composite fabrics for the...

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Dickies, Milliken collaborate on new work shirt

August 28th

The “next generation” work shirt provides comfort and mobility while maintaining the durability of a classic Dickies work shirt. Photo: Dickies Milliken & Co., Spartanburg, S.C., teamed up with Dickies, the flagship brand of performance workwear manufacturer Williamson-Dickie Mfg. Co., Fort Worth, Texas, to produce an improved performance work shirt for today’s modern worker. The...

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BondCote hires Doherty

August 28th

James Doherty has joined BondCote Corp., a Heytex Group company based in Pulaski, Va., as southwest regional sales manager, bringing 10 years of experience in the industrial textile industry. Doherty has a background in product development, working with global customers and markets to develop new products. BondCote manufactures coated, laminated and composite fabrics for the...

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Abdelhak, Czerniakowski join Roland DGA

August 27th

Roland DGA Corp., an Irvine, Calif.-based manufacturer of advanced wide-format digital printing equipment, has hired Ralph Abdelhak as director of product management, and Mark Czerniakowski as regional sales manager. With more than 18 years of product marketing and management experience, Abdelhak recently worked as a professional marketing consultant and will oversee all of Roland DGA’s...

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CAI releases first estimate of India’s 2015–2016 cotton crop

August 27th

The Indian cotton crop for the 2015–16 season, beginning in October, is estimated to be 38 million bales, each nearly 375 pounds. The first estimate was announced this week by Mumbai-based Cotton Association of India (CAI). The new season’s crop will be less than this year’s estimate by 275, 000 bales. Acreage is expected to...

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