Amerisewn has seamless ability to join forces

PROTECTIVE PRODUCT: Amerisewn President John Caito, left, stands next to a model wearing protective clothing made in a joint project with Concordia Fibers and Goodwin-Bradley Pattern Co. From right is Kevin Leandro, Concordia product development manager; Al Hollenbeck, Concordia CEO; and Layne Mayer, Amerisewn director of strategic growth.
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
PROTECTIVE PRODUCT: Amerisewn President John Caito, left, stands next to a model wearing protective clothing made in a joint project with Concordia Fibers and Goodwin-Bradley Pattern Co. From right is Kevin Leandro, Concordia product development manager; Al Hollenbeck, Concordia CEO; and Layne Mayer, Amerisewn director of strategic growth.
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
Amerisewn Collaboration in Manufacturing | 2019 Manufacturing Awards Cranston-based Amerisewn has collaboration woven through its corporate structure – working with customers, other Ocean State manufacturers and its employees to yield the best results for all. A recent success came about after the company worked closely with one of its customers, listening and responding with a…

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