Home Source to Begin U.S. Manufacturing
August 20, 2010,
ATLANTA--Home Source International has launched a U.S. manufacturing presence through an agreement with Enola Manufacturing.
The deal calls for Enola to make Home Source comforters, coverlets and bedspreads, along with coordinating sheets at its facility in Chipley, Fla. Enola's quilting, cut-and-sew and embroidery equipment "is all in place and ready to go for shipments in the first quarter of 2011," said a Home Source statement. The initial rollout of products will be on display at Home Source's showroom, 230 Fifth Ave., during next month's New York Home Fashions Market.
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