Pillowtex Files Chapter 11, Shuts Down Operations

September 2003
Textile World;Sep2003, Vol. 153 Issue 9, p16
Trade Publication
Reports that Pillowtex Corp. has shutdown its manufacturing and distribution facilities in Kannapolis, North Carolina. Number of employees terminated by the textile manufacturer; Selection of GGST LLC to sell the assets of Pillowtex; Obstructions to company profitability.


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