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A ‘mixed bag’ for U.S. textile manufacturing

The lasting impacts of the pandemic and a new administration remain to be seen, but manufacturing industry experts express optimism.

Features | March 1, 2021 | By: Jeff Moravec

When supply chains from Asia were cut off in the spring of 2020, the coronavirus pandemic revealed the extent to which the U.S. was dependent on imports of personal protective equipment (PPE) including nonwoven surgical masks, according to U.S. trade representative Bill Jackson. Photo: © Kateryna Rykun, The year 2020 was not a particularly […]


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