De Leo, Kadifeteks forge profitable fabric team

Andrews, Susan M.
April 2007
Furniture/Today;4/23/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 32, p22
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the business development of De Leo Textiles in Istanbul, Turkey. It could be noted that De Leo has been in textile business for 45 years already. It has become the largest supplier of Turkish upholstery fabric in the U.S. This could be attributed to its partnership with Kadifeteks in 2003. It has been stressed that Turkey has special position in fabric suppliers, with the unique blend of European and Asian cultures.


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