Naturally Advanced Partners with G.J. Littlewoods

02/11/2009 at 7:30 am Leave a comment

G.J. Littlewoods Dyehouse

In July of this year we signed an agreement with one of the foremost fiber processer/dyers in North America, G.J. Littlewoods.  This agreement secured initial capacity to process approximately 40 000 pounds of CRAILAR per week, with the capability to aggressively ramp up from there to meet the needs of our commercialization plans.

Located in Manayunk Philadelphia, this family run business specializes in high temperature/high pressure dyeing of synthetic fibers as well as natural fibers.  Their state-of-the-art, computer controlled machinery allows them to dye lots from 1 to 2500 lbs which allows them to meet the needs of both small and large customers with the same quality, flexibility, attention and quick response.

G.J Littlewood & Son Inc. has been living the American textile dream for 131 years.  These folks take great pride in both their products and processing but above all they value customer service.  Richard G. Littlewood had this to say, “G.J. Littlewood and Son Inc’s mission is to create customer partnerships that will set the tone for long term relationships in the future in order to continue a domestic source of supply for the textile industry in the U.S.  We’ve come a long way in 131 years and we are quite proud of it.”

And they should be proud!  We look forward to working with Littlewoods for years to come!



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