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National Safety Apparel Acquires King Louie Sewing Facility

According to NSA, acquiring King Louie allows it to increase its output to better serve its customers

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National Safety Apparel (NSA), a producer of workwear and protective apparel, acquires Kansas-based apparel manufacturer King Louie.

Since 1937, King Louie America has produced union-made, U.S.-made shirts, outerwear, and womenswear.

In 2018, NSA acquired Rubin Brothers, another union-made, U.S.-made apparel manufacturer.

According to the company, the proven success of increasing capacity and adding experienced team members to the NSA family through the Rubin Brothers acquisition laid the groundwork for the King Louie acquisition.

“In today’s challenging labor market, we’re always looking at innovative ways to grow our U.S. manufacturing capacity and employ American workers,” states National Safety Apparel President and CEO, Chuck Grossman. “Acquiring King Louie allows us to increase our output to better serve our customers and sustains NSA’s commitment to U.S. manufacturing.”

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Marie Fennema is the editor of the GRAPHICS PRO Today, covering news and guidance in apparel decoration, awards and engraving, and sign and digital printing.

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