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About W&M Textiles

W&M Textiles is a vertical knitting, yarn and piece dyeing and finishing company that has been in business for over twenty years.

W&M Textiles, with it’s 300,000 sq.ft (approximately 30,000 m2) facility located in the City of Vernon, five miles south of downtown Los Angeles, provides a complete vertical solution for apparel manufacturers with quick turnaround, quality and reliability.

WE ARE A LEADING SUPPLIER OF COTTON AND SYNTHETIC FABRICS

We provide our customers with consistent quality through innovative products and services. Fabrics we produce are used by major brands in today’s athletic, active and fashion wear markets.

OUR R&D DEPARTMENT HAS EXPERTS

Our R&D department has experts in knit fabrics who constantly develop new fabrics and analyze to give a solution to any fabric development required by our customer. Our vertical integration allows us to provide an extensive supply of yarns for our processes of knitting, dyeing and finishing fabrics. The ability to customize to our customers requirements for enhancing fabric properties utilizing the latest chemistry and technology makes us unique.

Whether your customers are world class athletes demanding world class apparel , weekend warriors won over by durability and value or demanding fashionists , we provide performance and style solutions to meet your needs.

Our products are manufactured and produced in an environmentally sustainable manner.

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OUR DIVISIONS

Knitting Division

Knitting department consists of 100 in-house and 200 outside (commission knitters) knitting machines and provides capabilities to produce a wide range of fabrics.

Dyeing and Finishing Division

W&M Textiles has been providing dyeing and finishing services for knit fabrics since 2000. It has a weekly capacity of 400,000 pounds in dyeing and finishing natural and synthetic fibers.

Yarn Dye Division

W&M Textiles has been providing yarn dyeing services since 2000. It has a daily capacity of 10,000 pounds in dyeing natural and synthetic fibers (spun and filaments).