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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 has seamless ability to join forces

Amerisewn Collaboration in Manufacturing | 2019 Manufacturing AwardsCranston-based Amerisewn has collaboration woven through its corporate structure – working with customers, other Ocean State manufacturers and...
A RECORD CROWD of more than 320 attended the sixth PBN Manufacturing Awards program, held at WaterFire Providence's headquarters in the Valley neighborhood of the city. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

Record crowd attends PBN Manufacturing Awards program

PROVIDENCE – A crowd of more than 320 manufacturing industry leaders attended Providence Business News’ sixth Manufacturing Awards program Wednesday at WaterFire Providence’s Valley...
PBN HAS ANNOUNCED the winners of the 2019 Manufacturing Awards.

PBN names Manufacturing Awards winners

PROVIDENCE – Michael Brandmeier, president and CEO of Toray Plastics (America) Inc., has been named the winner in the Strategic Leadership category of Providence Business...

Amerisewn | Combative Training Helmet

THE STORY: Amerisewn, a division of Desmark Industries that focuses on developing combat-training and protective gear for public safety and military personnel, has received...
PROTECTIVE GEAR: John Caito III, Desmark Industries CEO, and Layne Mayer, Desmark consultant, on the production floor with the company’s first-generation riot suit.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Desmark looks to lead in protective-textiles market with new riot suit

All forms of activism – from riots to demonstrations, rallies and protests – have colored the 18-plus months since President Donald Trump’s administration took...
EXPANDING STRENGTHS: John Caito III, right, president of Desmark Industries and its new division, Amerisewn, which designs, engineers and manufactures complex stitched products, speaks with stitcher Alejandro Batz about the body shields they are manufacturing. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

R.I. manufacturer adapts to survive

For U.S. manufacturers, to survive means to adapt.In Rhode Island, known historically for its manufacturing, the trend has forced many businesses to re-create themselves,...
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