Antex Knitting

Plant:

3750 S. Broadway Place
Los Angeles, CA 90007

Phone: (323) 232-2061
Fax: (323) 233-7751
Web Site: www.antexknitting.com

Contact name/number:

Mr. William Tenenblatt
President
Email:billt@antexknitting.com  

Ms. Anna MacMassey
Vice President of Merchandise and Design
Email:annam@antexknitting.com

List of Senior Management:

Mr. William Tenenblatt, President
Ms. Anna MacMassey, Vice President of Merchandise and Design
Mr. Daniel Tennenblatt, VP
Ms. Anna Tennenblatt, VP

History of Company:

Antex Knitting Mills is a vertical knitting, dyeing, printing and finishing company established in Los Angeles in 1973.  The company produces approximately 1.5 million yards of fabric per week.  Its traditional business is to provide fashionable knitted fabrics to the junior, contemporary, and children's markets.  Several years ago, Antex added the Antex Premier Performance division to provide technical fabrics to the outdoor and active wear markets.

Antex prides itself on its flexibility in servicing its customers' needs in providing competitively priced, high quality fabrics and quick deliveries.  It is the company's goal to service the needs of the apparel industry by offering fabrics that appeal to the fashion, lifestyle, and performance driven consumer.

Highly trained staff is up to date on the latest advances in the industry and constantly strives to maintain and improve their level of expertise. OurR&D department can analyze and duplicate any fabric submitted to us. We also have an extensive knit and print line and are constantly creating new and exciting fabrics.

Products:

The Antex knitting department consists of 300 high-speed, multi-feed, state-of-the-art machines. The equipment, ranging from 14 to 38 cut machines, provides the capabilities to produce a wide range of fabrics including:

Interlocks, jersey, ribs, thermals, novelties (single/double), yarn-dyed stripes, fleece, french terry fabrics., wet printing on cellulosic fibers (reactive dyes, resist and discharge); on polyamide fibers (acid dyes for swimwear); on polyester fibers (disperse dyes); and pigment printing (all fibers).   Finishing processes are:  sueding, sanding, brushing, stain release, moisture management, water repellent, anti-microbial, UV protection, flame retardant.

End Uses:

T-shirts, sportswear, dresses, juniors, golf apparel, career uniform apparel, military, performance apparel, base layer underwear, team sports

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