Case Study: Fruit of the Loom
Our roots are in the apparel industry, and we supplied top manufacturers from our U.S. operations for years. When they began to move around the world, we made the strategic decision – and investment – in international facilities so we could continue those relationships.”
Like many apparel companies, Fruit of the Loom began to move their manufacturing overseas in the 1990s. Beyer Graphics moved some of our operations there, too, and took our commitment to packaging design quality and production with us along the way.
When this industry-leading undergarment manufacturer began moving their production to Honduras and El Salvador from the United States, the supply chain became too long and inflexible to manage cost effectively.
Manufacture board inserts, stickers, bags, roll tickets and boxes.
With our centralized electronic prepress and production facilities in Commack, NY – as well as in Honduras and Hong Kong – Beyer Graphics now cost-effectively supplies more than 90 percent of the company’s board inserts and stickers near the point of manufacture while maintaining consistent high quality worthy of the Fruit of the Loom brand.