Westerly, Rhode Island (PRWEB) July 16, 2014
The leading warp-knit fabric manufacturer announced the incorporation of David Turk to their sales team. He is an experienced and respected industry veteran that brings more than 30 years of experience in textiles and who possesses strong relationships with key accounts. "I am very proud of the achievements of our current sales team and I am certain that by incorporating David to the team it will help us accelerate and achieve our continued growth and expansion plans as well as to continue exceeding our current customers expectations," said Steve Perry, Senior Vice President of Darlington Fabrics.
From their manufacturing facility located in Rhode Island, Darlington Fabrics services apparel manufacturing companies located in the Americas and is focused on helping them meet the demand for speed-to-market trends and taking advantage of the benefits given by free trade agreements with Central America, Mexico, Peru and Colombia, while also serving Berry Amendment compliant programs. "We are very much aware that our customers not only want to buy the best quality warp knit fabrics, but that they also want and deserve the best service including design, product development, printing capabilities and logistics that will provide them permanent competitive advantages to successfully compete in this globally competitive industry. David's experience, knowledge, focus on finding solutions to customers' needs and most importantly, his leadership and communication skills will help us deliver our value proposition to new markets and segments in America" S. Perry, added.
With this new addition to their already seasoned sales team they expect to increase their market share in the region and to continue transforming their customers' needs into quality warp knit fabrics for the athletic, swimwear, intimate apparel, military and medical apparel industry.
About Darlington Fabrics
Darlington Fabrics is a division of The Moore Company, founded in 1909 and focused on innovating in performance fabrics and finishes. Sister divisions include The George C, Moore Company, Fulflex, Moeller Marine, Moeller Plastics, and AMER-SIL.