Unequal Technologies partners with MMI Textiles, Inc.

by Debbie 28. May 2015 14:43


Unequal Technologies is partnering with MMI Textiles, Inc. to market Unequal’s innovative and patented products to the military, law enforcement, and international communities.  Unequal Technologies is the leading provider of supplemental protection technology. Its wafer thin, patented fusion of a military-grade composite fortified with, Accelleron, Kelvar®and ImpacShield™ is engineered to reduce impact trauma energy, whether from a blitz on the football field or a bullet on the battlefield. With 85 worldwide patents, Unequal® products have been tested by independent certified laboratories, OEM facilities and top universities.

MMI Textiles, Inc. is a premier supplier to the diverse textile market. Through our commitment to unmatched service and integrity, we are indispensable to our partners.

For information or to purchase Unequal® products contact MMI Textiles, Inc. at or toll free at 888.MMI.0086.


New SEAMS Committee to Foster Member Participation in Government Contracts

by Debbie 22. May 2015 12:31


Aiken, South Carolina – SEAMS, the National Association for the U.S. Sewn Products Industry, announces the formation of a new SEAMS Government Committee designed to inform and support its membership on doing business with federal, state and local governments. Launched earlier this year, the committee is chaired by Geoff Senko of MMI Textiles Inc., a supplier of specialty textiles and related components to the private and public sectors. Other founding committee leaders includes Jack Foster of Sterlingwear of Boston, Jeff Papalia of the National Industries for the Blind, Mary Reardon of Tweave LLC and Gary Whited of SourceAmerica.


According to Committee Chairperson Geoff Senko, “Our committee aims to expand SEAMS members’ knowledge in identifying, securing and maintaining government contracts; thereby expanding production opportunities and capabilities for our members. As we become a recognized resource for informing and connecting our members with this market, we also expect to attract more U.S.-based manufacturers and government agencies to participate in SEAMS events and membership.”


“SEAMS is excited with the networking and business-building potential this government and military focused committee brings to our membership,” added SEAMS Executive Director Sarah Friedman. “The fact that members already doing business with the government are willing to help other members learn about these opportunities highlights the industry growth and collaboration focus that has long been a defining advantage of the SEAMS Association. This serves as a reminder that, regardless of where your company fits in the supply chain, you can benefit from participation in SEAMS.”  


Participation in the SEAMS Government Committee is open to all interested SEAMS members. Textile and sewn products professionals interested in learning more about the committee are invited to phone the SEAMS office at +1-803-642-1111.



SEAMS, the National Association for the Sewn Products and Textile Industries, promotes the continued growth of the USA fashion, sewn products and textiles industries through educational programs, networking opportunities, business opportunity matchmaking, industry collaboration and special member benefits packages. SEAMS members comprise textiles providers, contract manufacturers, brands, vertical retailers and their suppliers and service providers to collectively represent the complete concept-to-consumer supply chain. Softgoods industry executives, managers, professionals and entrepreneurs leverage their SEAMS membership to gain new business, stay informed of industry issues and trends, find solutions to productivity and operational challenges, manage costs and increase productivity. For more information, visit the website at


Considering Digital Fabric Printing? Here Are Four Questions To Ask Yourself

by Debbie 12. May 2015 08:00

If you’ve been on our blog over the past few months, you may have noticed that we now offer digital fabric printing services.

Sure, it’s a pretty big change for our company, but the reason behind it is simple: our success has always been based in our focus to make our customers’ lives easier. Digital fabric printing is a technology that does just that. 

Here’s why:

  1. It reduces your financial risk. Not sure which fabric is best-suited to your job? Have a new idea you want to do a test run for? Digital printing minimums are as little as 10 yards. In other words, you don’t have to spend as much money to find the best fabric for the job.
  2. Shorter turnaround time. Dealing with a time crunch? Digital printing runs can happen in as little as two weeks.

Digital fabric printing services.


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