Universal Apparel & Textile Company (DKGR:OTC) is pleased to announce that earlier this month, four shipments of goods have reached US portsworth $500,000 in revenue. Two of the containers have been successfully delivered to a wholesaler in the Midwest. The first shipment was 1615 boxes of newly designed men’s cargo pants with contemporary colors whereas the second shipment consisted of 1322 boxes of men’s T-shirts made out of open-end fabrics. Two additional shipments have arrived in US ports this week. One is in Los Angelas and the other in New Jersey. .
Mr Kabir, CEO of Universal Apparel, states, “Our shipments’ arrival in US Ports within a short period of time is keeping us busy in clearing customs and preparing to deliver them to customers’ warehouses. Ourcustomers are anxiously anticipating the product so as to showcase them before warmer temperatures finally arrive. In our line of business, timely delivery is one of our key competitive advantages that we have always adhered to.”
Universal Apparel has also had strong demand for its heavyduty denim cargo pants with assorted colors for the 2019 Spring/Summer season. The end users for these pants are young urban professionals and millennials. The company expects to capture an even large market share over the next quarter.
Updates will be forthcoming.
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About Universal Apparel & Textile Company
Universal Apparel and Textile Company is a vertical marketer, manufacturer, and distributor of high quality branded and private label activewear apparel. We specialize in selling a variety of casual and athletic wear tops and bottoms, embellished and unembellished T-shirts, and fleece products for the ever-changing apparel market.
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