Global Textile Alliance, North Carolina fabrics manufacturer for bedding and upholstery is adding 55 new jobs to their Reidsville location, according to The Business Journal.
As part of the project, they are investing $7.4 million over three years in an expansion, according to Gov. Bev Perdue's office.
The company received a $150,000 grant from the One North Carolina Fund, which provides financial assistance to attract business projects that will stimulate economic activity and create new jobs.
The company sells to U.S. furniture brands. Their Reidsville plant is home to the company’s corporate headquarters, distribution, design, sales and marketing, finance and quality control divisions. They have more than 130 employees at the facility.
"Global Textile Alliance Inc. is extremely pleased to have the continued support of North Carolina to help us broaden the foundation of our company,” Steven Graven, chief operating officer of Global Textile Alliance, said in a statement. “The expansions we have planned will allow the company to grow in the overall scope of the products we manufacture in the United States."
Realizing the dream of being able to economically build custom furniture on a mass scale.
CNC router manufacturer Thermwood set up a furniture-making operation in its own plant to test its cell manufacturing techniques.
This year's NeoCon was an affirming experience.
If you don't staff your company with engineers - people educated to save you money and improve customer satisfaction - don't complain when competitors take your markets.
Applying Pareto's Law and its 80/20 logic can simplify your business and improve profitability.
The manufacturing exodus doesn't have to be happening.
A stronger housing market would have a strong impact on the overall economy.
Every business owner and senior manager is responsible for answering three key questions that guide the activities of their organization.
--- Thank you for your patience ----
If you have any issues logging in or any other need feel free to contact us.