January 8, 2020 — Henderson Sewing Machine Co., Inc hosted Bill Jackson, Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Textiles in the U.S. Trade Representative’s (USTR) office; and Lloyd Wood, Deputy Secretary for Textiles, Consumers Goods and Materials at the U.S. Commerce Department; for a plant tour and discussion on the company’s commitment to U.S. investment in the […]


By Devin Steele   Editor’s notes: The economic environment continues to bode well for SEAMS and its membership as it remains steadfast to its mission to build a U.S. supply chain bridge to assist retailers and brands seeking to meet fast-changing consumer demands. Reshoring, near-shoring and back-shoring will continue to be the inevitable result as […]


Busting stereotypes of hemp AND Millennials Editor’s note: SEAMS is introducing a new feature on the newsletter, Millennial Corner. This blog gives the younger generation – who in the near future will serve in leadership positions and guide the direction of the association – a larger voice and platform NOW and will help them engage […]


GREENSBORO, N.C. – SEAMS hosted another successful Spring Networking Conference here in September at the Grandover Resort, where they welcomed eager attendees who came to gain the latest information and insights into bringing sewn products/textile/apparel manufacturing back to the USA. Oh, and, of course, to NETWORK – a critical part of SEAMS’ existence that puts many […]

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