Founded in 2005, the company is an enterprise focusing on the development and production of Polyester Modal Span Scuba Embroidery Fabric. The main products are a series of knitted fabrics such as single jersey, double jersey, Roman cloth, rib, thick needle, etc. The Polyester Modal Span Scuba Embroidery Fabric products are exported to the United States, Canada, Europe and Southeast Asia and other regions and countries.
As professional China Polyester Modal Span Scuba Embroidery Fabric suppliers and OEM/ODM Polyester Modal Span Scuba Embroidery Fabric factory. In recent years, Shaoxing Concord Textile Co., Ltd. has continuously improved product quality and provided BCI cotton, regenerated fiber, degradable fiber and other raw material fabrics as the main products to customers to meet the growing market demand for environmentally friendly products. At present, it is the designated supplier of large department stores, brand owners and large supermarket chains in the United States. Such as MACY'S, DILLARD'S, TJ MAXX, WALMART, COSTCO, etc.
By controlling the developing and production processes, we can confidently offer you competitive prices.
A rigorous quality control program for fabric production translates into user-friendly designs with certified durability of materials.
From fabric and color to pattern designs and packaging, you can have all the possibilities with Concord.
With a mature production management system and a wide range of transportation methods, we deliver your products globally on time.
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