Over the past weeks Texas, Florida and the Caribbean have been pummeled by massive storms that have devastated the areas. The wreckage continues with the earthquake in Mexico and the current path of destruction that Hurricane Maria is taking. Our hearts and support are extended to all those in need. Continue reading
The Gatorade Sports Science Institute has found that in conditions of 85 degrees and 40% humidity, the average runner will lose 2 to 4 pounds of sweat an hour. Not a runner, then how about this; according to MedlinePlus, the average person produces approximately one quart of sweat per day. That’s great for the body, but how much moisture can your clothing absorb?
While shopping for performance apparel, you might notice many companies promoting wicking properties and quick-drying features, but what exactly does it mean, how does it work, and is it worth paying extra for the added benefit? Let’s break it down. Continue reading
The Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Annual Meeting and Exposition will be held on October 9-11 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington D.C. Apex Mills will be represented, along with IFAI’s Military Division. For more information, contact us at email@example.com
The IFAI Expo is the premier education and trade show event for the specialty fabrics and advanced textile industry. This year, the Industrial Fabrics Association International Expo will be host to more than 400 exhibitors and 5,000 attendees. Stop by Booth A819 and talk with one of our textile specialists. We’ll be there to help you visualize a fabric solution tailor-made for your application. To schedule an appointment or learn more, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What will 2017 hold for the textile industry? At Apex Mills, we envision the dawning of a new era in U.S. based textiles and we are positioned to be at its leading edge. The trend of “reshoring” American manufacturing continues to gain momentum and there are significant indicators that the domestic textile industry will be a leading sector in this movement. We recognize that the substance of this movement cannot be solely based on changing political tides; it must be built on a foundation of new production capabilities, “smart” technologies and the embracing of new quality, information and service standards. Continue reading
The Berry Amendment supports American manufacturing, however not many people outside of the manufacturing industry or the government have heard of it. The Berry Amendment restricts the DoD (Department of Defense) from purchasing “food, clothing, fabrics, fibers, yarns, other made-up textiles, and hand or measuring tools that are not grown, reprocessed, reused, or produced in the United States.” Originally passed during WWII, it was made permanent in 1994 and codified in 2002. Continue reading
Apex Mills, a leading warp knit textile manufacturer serving industrial, commercial and military markets, expands its production and design capabilities with the addition of new machinery including a Karl Mayer RD 7/2-12 EL raschel knitting machine, the first of its kind in the United States. This state-of-the-art machine delivers flexible and technical spacer fabrics in designs far beyond what we have seen in the past. Continue reading
Apex Mills, a leading warp knit textile manufacturer specializing in Application Driven DesignTM reaffirms its commitment to innovation with a strategic new hire of a Director of Product Development. Stephanie J. Rodgers joins the Apex Mills team bringing new skills in textile technology and advanced materials that can best position Apex Mills for the revolutionary changes taking place in the textile market. Continue reading