Dan River To Exit US Manufacturing

July 2006
Textile World;Jul/Aug2006, Vol. 156 Issue 4, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports on the closure of bedsheet and pillowcase finishing and fabrication plant of the Danville,Virginia-based Dan River Inc. which is in Brookneal, Virginia. The plant in Brookneal is the last manufacturing plant of Dan River Inc. in the U.S. that employs 280 people. Calvin Barnhardt, human resources vice president of Dan River stated that they are negotiating with one potential buyer of the plant and hopes that it would continue the plant's operation. The closure of the plant will take effect on August 22, 2006 if no buyer will be found.


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