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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.


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