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SEAMS Adds 10 New Members to Support Strong Growth in 2022

SEAMS, the association and voice of the U.S. Sewn Products Industry, has announced  the addition of ten new members representing manufacturers, contractors, brands, and suppliers.

“These ten new members include companies like FAM USA, Inc., Vision Contract Manufacturing, Ranch Life Corporation, Rudholm USA, Signet Mills, California Textile Group, The Thread Exchange, Peoria Production Shop, Kennedy Sewing and Cutting Supply, LLC, and UNIFI. 

“They represent a strong shift in our industry supporting the Made in Americas initiative to bring manufacturing and production back to our country opening up job opportunities, revenue growth, and providing strong controls in the Supply Chain which has been impacted with the pandemic,” states Will Duncan, managing director, SEAMS. 

SEAMS and its members will be participating in the Texprocess Americas event in Atlanta this week. Duncan continues, “The last event for our industry was in 2018 and we are thrilled to have our SEAMS “Supply Chain USA” Pavilion back in action this year with new members hosting booths. Our members and customers are ready to come back and support this event and we are thankful to Messe Frankfurt for making this happen in 2022.”

New SEAMS members in the pavilion include Verdant Innovations, a new brand being launched at the event representing Green Chemicals for the Textiles, Non-Wovens, and Hemp industries. Allan Short, president of Verdant Innovations will be attending with his team. Short states, “SEAMS has been a great Association for our company as we launch our new Green Chemical Solutions. The membership has provided us with an immense knowledge base and networking opportunity that has accelerated our market launch. We are excited to be a part of the SEAMS Pavilion at Texprocess and use this industry event as our formal company launch.”

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