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Superior Reports Strong Tricot Sales

Superior Fabrics Inc., Pampano Beach, Fla., recently reported strong sales in warp-knit tricot fabrics. The company, a major manufacturer of non-woven stitchbond fabrics, expanded production into warp-knit tricot in February 1999.The companies warp-knit tricot fabrics in both 18- and 20-gauge constructions are in production in a plant adjacent to Superiors other two production facilities.Once we decided to expand our manufacturing base to include warp-knit tricot fabrics, we knew the company had to make a major commitment to the business, said Robert Fryburg, president of Superior Fabrics. We built a new production facility, invested in new Liba warp-knit machinery and hired experienced production people. The investment is paying off.We are well ahead of sales projections and are working with manufacturers that serve many diversified industrial applications.


October 1999




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