Amazing Grace

Borneman, James M.
June 2003
Textile World;Jun2003, Vol. 153 Issue 6, p30
Trade Publication
Features Spring Industries Inc.'s Grace Complex plant in Lancaster, South Carolina. Role of the Grace Complex in warehousing and distributing Spring's finished products; Number of sheets and pillowcases that the fabrication plant can produce in a week; Capability and function of the Grace Logistics Center.


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