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Flame Resistant Fabrics By Mount Vernon Mills
Headquartered in Mauldin, South Carolina, Mount Vernon Mills has about 2,700 employees and operates 14 production facilities in the U.S., located in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi, Alabama and Texas. Mount Vernon FR protective fabrics are part of Mount Vernon Mills’ Apparel Fabrics Group, which produces denim and piece-dyed fabric and is the largest of all the Mount Vernon Mills groups, accounting for more than half of all company sales.
Mount Vernon FR fabrics are made in our manufacturing facility located in Trion, Georgia, which is also one of the largest denim manufacturing facilities in the world. This mill produces a wide variety of denim including washed, over-dyed, and stretch fabrics. Other products within the Apparel Fabrics Group include twills, drills, duck, and plain weave fabrics, as well as piece-dyed fabrics for career apparel, work clothing and sportswear. FR fabrics produced in the mill can be made into flame resistant clothes for use in a variety of industries, for protection against electric arc flash and flash fires.
Mike Woods, Vice President of Flame Resistant Fabrics
Mike Woods is the vice president of flame resistant fabrics for Mount Vernon FR, the protective fabrics division of Mount Vernon Mills. After graduating from Georgia Highlands College with a degree in business, Mike spent the first 14 years of his career in merchandising and marketing in the retail grocery industry.
Mike has more than 20 years of experience with Mount Vernon Mills, and was also a volunteer firefighter for 20 years, fueling his passion for the FR fabrics business.
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