Adding Value in the U.S.A

Bernstein, Mark
August 2006
World Trade;Aug2006, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p54
Trade Publication
The article presents an interview with George W. Shuster, president and CEO of Cranston Print Works. When asked how does one become one of the oldest textile company in the U.S., Shuster said that his company was founded in 1824 as a textile printing company and that they are still doing textile printing. He also said that they do about $125 million in business a year, fifteen percent of that is international, largely Europe, Japan and Canada.


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