Rizzy Breaks Ground on Fabric Facility

CALHOUN, Ga.-Rizzy Home has begun building a new facility in India, which will manufacture and warehouse fabric products such as pillows and bedding. Expected to be completed by late 2013, it will span 210,000 square feet, and is close to the company's existing textile facility in the Noida area, near New Delhi.

The facility will have the capacity of weaving, printing and dyeing fabric, which will be made into pillows, fabrics, bedding and additional textiles products, said Mark Ferullo, vice president, Rizzy Home.

"We are vertically integrated in a wool factory, with our spinning, dyeing and knotting/tufting," said Ferullo. "We are vertically integrated with our polypropylene extrusion, heat setting and weaving and now we will be totally vertically integrated in textiles."

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