Precision Textiles Relocates Corporate Headquarters

Precision Textiles Troy, NC facility

Precision Textiles has completed the redistribution of its manufacturing and distribution footprint in the United States by moving its corporate headquarters to Fairfield, New Jersey.

The company has also opened its warehouse/distribution center in Phoenix and positioned its Troy, North Carolina, facility as the core of its production for the home furnishings industry. Together, the three facilities bring its total domestic manufacturing and distribution capacity to more than 300,000 square feet.

The move of its corporate headquarters is the result of the company’s evolution from being a large apparel supplier, which at one time required a significant New York metropolitan area plant, to its more recent position as an FR Solution provider to the mattress industry, which is more concentrated in the South.

The new 100,000-square-foot headquarters at 90 New Dutch Lane in Fairfield allows the company to efficiently serve its Northeastern customers, while putting more capability in its Troy, North Carolina, plant. (Precision Textiles was originally based in Totowa, New Jersey.)

The company’s 50,000-square-foot Phoenix manufacturing and distribution plant will eventually produce all the company’s bedding product lines, further expanding its volume of high-loft quilting fiber and needle-punch nonwovens in the United States. The plant focuses on serving the company’s Western customers.

“The reception Precision has received in the mattress industry over the last few years has been amazing,” said Scott Tesser, CEO of Precision Textiles. “Through that growth, we also have evolved our strategy as to how best to redistribute our manufacturing and distribution to more efficiently and effectively serve our customers, which is reflected in this new facilities plan.”

The 170,000 square-foot Troy plant that opened during September 2021, once a textile production facility for the automobile industry, was the company’s first domestic manufacturing facility outside its New Jersey headquarters. It doubled the manufacturer’s needle-punch nonwovens production and boosted its high-loft quilting fiber output by 50 percent after the New Jersey production facility was nearing full capacity.

“The strategic layout of our manufacturing plants and offices gives our clients, both existing and new, great accessibility to our services,” Tesser said. “Our customers appreciate not only our quality products, but our commitment to deliver in a timely manner. In an industry where manufacturing and shipping time is incredibly important, our customers need to have a reliable supplier who understands their manufacturing requirements and need for expeditious delivery of textile products.”

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