National Safety Apparel acquires cut-and-sew provider King Louie
Posted January 5, 2022
CLEVELAND, Ohio – National Safety Apparel (NSA) announced that it has acquired Kansas-based King Louie, a U.S. apparel manufacturer.
Since 1937, the name "King Louie" has been a symbol of quality, value and first-class service. King Louie America proudly continues this tradition with union-made, USA-made shirts, outerwear and ladieswear.
In 2018, National Safety Apparel acquired Rubin Brothers, another union-made, USA-made apparel manufacturer. The proven success of increasing capacity and adding experienced team members to the NSA family through the Rubin Brothers acquisition laid the groundwork for the King Louie acquisition.
National Safety Apparel CEO and owner said, "In today's challenging labor market, we're always looking at innovative ways to grow our U.S. manufacturing capacity and employ American workers. Acquiring King Louie allows us to increase our output to better serve our customers and sustains NSA's commitment to U.S. manufacturing."
A market leader in the design and manufacture of high-quality industrial safety apparel and military apparel, National Safety Apparel provides industrial and safety garments for wearers in the electrical and gas utilities, steel mills and aluminum foundries, glass plants, construction, manufacturing and the armed forces, while employing American workers to protect America's workforce.
Source: National Safety Apparel