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River’s End Trading Introduces Pocket Embroidery Technology

January 30, 2013

River’s End Trading Co., Medina, Minn., recently introduced a pocket embroidery device designed to create a wider embroidery field on woven shirt pockets.

The new technology increases the ornamentation field on a pocket from a 1-inch maximum width to 3-inch maximum width, offering a turnkey solution for corporations with more intricate graphics and logos that are difficult to reproduce with traditional embroidery techniques.

“We are always seeking new techniques to enhance the ornamentation of a garment, and this new pocket embroidery device is truly a breakthrough innovation for the woven shirt market,” says Tim Klouda, president of River’s End Trading. “We’ve engineered a device that provides corporations in the promotional products and golf industries with an expanded embroidery field that goes beyond the standard 1-inch parameter. This allows for much greater aesthetic creativity with logos, without compromising quality.”

The device will be used on embroidery machines at River’s End’s Clarksville, Tenn., facility, on apparel brands such as Brooks Brothers, Columbia and Page & Tuttle, among others.

For more information, visit riversendtrading.com. — L.M.