Crown Crafts Teams with Cambridge Towel for Canada Distribution

GONZALES, La.-Crown Crafts has reached an agreement with Cambridge Towel Co. whereby the latter will market, sell, warehouse and distribute the Crown Crafts Infant Products and Hamco product lines throughout Canada.

The products include bedding, blankets, accessories, bibs and bath products for infants and toddlers. A joint statement from the two companies said Cambridge Towels has hired a dedicated sales and marketing staff with expertise in the infant-products industry to support and provide immediate deliveries for Crown Crafts' products to Canadian customers.

E. Randall Chestnut, Crown Crafts' chairman and CEO, described Cambridge Towel as "a fashion-forward, customer-focused manufacturer....Through Cambridge, Crown Crafts will be able to increase speed to market and product selection while offering immediate on-site support to our customers."

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