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Royal Apparel Pledges Price Stabilization for First Half of 2019

Royal Apparel announces it will not increase prices for the first half of 2019.

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HAUPPAUGE, New York-Royal Apparel announces it will not increase prices for the first half of 2019.

The company says it plans to maintain pricing despite increasing labor costs, jumps in raw material costs, and fluctuation of tariffs. Royal Apparel operates knitting, dyeing, cutting, and sewing operations in the U.S.

“We realize the importance for our customers to move forward without interrupting their ongoing programs and help on their future plans,” Royal Apparel says in an announcement. With the pledge, the company says it hopes to give customers “the confidence to continue working with our company and further develop our successful relationships.”

The announcement comes as the company continues to bolster its domestic operations. In January 2017, Royal Apparel said it was ramping up production and broadening its apparel offerings. Later that year, the company moved headquarters to accommodate increased volume.

For more information, visit http://www.royalapparel.net/.

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