Culp acquiring ITG division ticking business

Andrews, Susan M.
January 2007
Furniture/Today;1/15/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 19, p54
Trade Publication
The article reports fabric supplier Culp acquiring the tickling business of International Textile Group's (ITG's) Burlington House division. Information on the deal and the expected increase in the Culp's tickling sales after the consolidation is presented. Comments made by Rob Culp III, chairman and chief executive officer (CEO), of Culp and president and CEO of ITG Joseph Gorga on the deal are also presented.


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