ITG, Safety Components International merging

October 2006
Furniture/Today;10/16/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p80
Trade Publication
The article reports that International Textile Group (ITG) is merging with Safety Components, an automobile components company. The ITG was formed when Financier Wilbur Ross bought and combined fabric suppliers Burlington Inds. and Cone Mills in 2004. The article also states that the new entity will be called International Textile Group andwill no longer sell upholstery fabric.


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