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THANK YOU!

American Textile Worker celebrated for answering PPE call during crisis

This year, your industry – our industry – heeded the call and rallied around the PPE shortage to help fight the spread of coronavirus. Many of our companies pivoted production into materials for PPE, others volunteered to offer inputs for these products. You connected, conversed and collaborated to find the best path forward. You discovered that strangers in your midst – and even competitors – had some of the answers as you sought solutions, learned best practices and identified the direst needs of those on the frontlines. You formed supply chains virtually overnight, which allowed you to turn and churn in an impressive and unprecedented timespan.

 

And none of you could have done so without your most important asset: your employees. They agreed to come to work with a dangerous virus lurking. They agreed to learn new methods and new products. They agreed to come forth and do their part to help others, their fellowman.

 

As such, by demonstrating the true spirit of what our industry is all about by stepping up BIG TIME to address the dire shortage of PPE when our citizens needed it most, the American Textile Worker has been named eTextileCommunications.com’s 2020 Industry Champion. These individuals have proven the resilience, flexibility and aptitude that we always knew existed by pivoting, in many instances, to produce this critical gear for our health staff, first responders and the general populace.

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