Miami, FL (PRWEB) September 9, 2007
Miami - Felix Siman Jr., CEO of Intradeco Apparel, Inc., proudly announced the recent purchase of Dana Undies, Inc., a privately owned manufacturer of children's underwear.
Dana Undies, Inc., will join the family of other Intradeco textile and apparel companies.
"We are excited to increase our global capabilities and enjoy the benefits of verticality and Intradeco's technological leadership, while continuing an existing 20 year relationship with the Siman family", stated Dana CEO, Steve Varon. "Our team at Dana is proud to dramatically increase our capabilities for our customers. It is a win, win situation".
Intradeco CEO Felix Siman Jr., welcomed Dana Undies, Inc. to the Intradeco family.
"We are very excited about this new venture and look forward to working with Dana Undies and moving into the future in the world of textile manufacturing", affirmed Felix Siman Jr.
Dana Undies, Inc., manages its own label of newborn, infant, toddler and children's underwear and playwear. The Dana Undies, Inc. brand names include Dana Baby ™, Danawear ™, Dana's Secret ™ Toddler Teachers ™ and Fancy Fannies™.
Dana Undies, Inc., innovative spirit makes it a perfect fit for the Intradeco Apparel, Inc. family, assured Felix Siman Jr. Additionally, Steve Varon will become EVP of sustainability, a discipline that Varon has taken a leadership role in worldwide for 35 years.
Under its Danacares by Danawear division, Dana Undies, Inc. recently debuted its new, patented newborn and infant underwear and playwear breakthrough designs, the Umbilicare ™ bodysuit, the Flip-Lock Closure ™ bodysuit and the Surgicare ™ medical gown for infants and toddlers - a truly unique garment never before considered in childcare.
Intradeco Apparel, Inc. is part of the Siman Group, a wholly-owned family business founded in 1921, and is a major supplier of textiles and apparel to retailers in the United States, Mexico and Canada. Other subsidiaries of Intradeco Apparel, Inc. include Wright's, Fivey's and Selected Trading, also based in Miami. Its textile manufacturing plant is en El Salvador.