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Safer Textiles Acquires Hampton Transfer Prints

Safer Textiles Group, Newark, N.J., has acquired the assets of Hampton Transfer Prints Inc., Johnson City, Tenn., from Graham, N.C.-based Flynt Fabrics Inc. Flynt, after filing for bankruptcy protection in January of this year, ceased operations in May. The company will be renamed Hampton Paper and Transfer Printing Inc., and will remain in Johnson City. Tammy Ross will continue as CEO. Current Hampton management staff will retain their existing positions.With this acquisition, Safer hopes to expand its product and service offerings.

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