Top 15 falls with 5.1% decline

January 2002
Home Textiles Today;2002 Business Annual, p6
Trade Publication
Reports the decline of composite sales for home textiles manufacturing in the US. Amount of revenue for one year; Percentage income of three largest home fashion suppliers, Springs, Westpoint and Pillowtex; Rank of top fifteen suppliers based on home textiles products manufactured.


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