AOP the ITA Way

Pallerino, Michael J.
June 2013
Impressions;Jun/Jul2013, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p42
The article profiles Butler, Pennsylvania-based ITA Printing, which provides services such as standard screen printing and allover printing (AOP). It says that the company, founded in 2004, is continually increasing its finished goods and production capacity while innovating approaches in designing and producing garments. It adds that the company's AOP business is facing high demand that the firm turns down some orders.


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