Did you hear?... Concept III Textiles adds another fabric manufacturing facility

Concept III Textiles International (http://conceptiiitextiles.com), a national sales and marketing group that works directly with customers to provide high-performance and technical fabrics for the outdoor, active, and leisure sportswear markets, has added another fabric manufacturing facility to its fold.
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Concept III Textiles International (http://conceptiiitextiles.com), a national sales and marketing group that works directly with customers to provide high-performance and technical fabrics for the outdoor, active, and leisure sportswear markets, has added another fabric manufacturing facility to its fold -- this time in Vietnam. Concept III joins a host of other companies flooding into Vietnam to take advantage of the Favored Nation trading relationship with the U.S. Says company president David Parkes, "One of our goals is to keep our customers apprised of changes and help them take advantage of prevailing opportunities. Vietnam is a tremendous value to both our customers and to their consumer right now."

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