Value Chain Stage: Production

Production or manufacturing is one of the six, value-adding steps involved in making textile products. This page is reserved for companies that own manufacturing locations in the United States. The supply chain (pictured below the row of value-adding activities) is an in-depth extension of the production and logistics value-adding activities. Please see the specific supply chain boxes for companies in specific sectors of the textile complex.
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Companies in South Carolina (114)




Supporting Environments in South Carolina

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National Supporting Environments

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International Supporting Environments

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Events

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Publications



Research

  • Student Paper: Overview of Military Textiles
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  • Student Paper: Overview of Performance Sportswear Market
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  • Student Paper: Overview of the Premium Denim Market
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  • Global Apparel Manufacturing Labor Cost Analysis 2008
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  • Current Industrial Report, Socks: MQ315B (quarterly)
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  • Current Industrial Report, Apparel: MQ315A (quarterly)
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  • U.S. Military Contract Opportunities & Resources
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  • TexEd eLearning Opportunities
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  • New High Speed, Eco-Friendly RF Web Drying System for Patterned Water-Based Glue and Coatings
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  • Increasing the Economic Competitiveness of the U.S. Textile Industry
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  • Logistical Model for Closed Loop Recycling of Textile Materials
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  • Performance Measurement of Textile and Apparel Supply Chains in Developing Countries
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  • Yarn Specifications and Performance Metrics for Short Staple Yarn Manufacturers
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  • Capabilities and Limitations of Print-on-Demand Inkjet Digital Textile Printing and the American Craft Niche Market
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  • Building Frameworks for Competitiveness and Innovation: Identification of Strategies and Tactics to Aid the Performance Textile Industry
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Trade Data

  • U.S. Imports: Silk Fiber: 1989-2008
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  • U.S. Imports: Man-Made Filament Yarn/Fiber: 1989-2007
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  • S.C. Exports of Yarn and Fabric
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  • S.C. Exports of Textile Mill Products
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  • S.C. Exports of Apparel & Accessories
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  • Labeling Requirements
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