Fabric & film

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  • Aftermarket distributor program

    OMNOVA Solutions offers an aftermarket distributor program.

  • Marine upholstery fabric

    Five new designs of upholstery fabric for exterior and interior marine applications. 

  • Polyester thread

    Vicar International introduces Coats Star Ultra Dee thread to its existing Aqualon line.

  • Deck Master is esistant to chemicals and heat and provides colorfastness and UV protection. Photo courtesy of J. Ennis Fabrics.

    Eco marine carpet

    Deck Master made from Eco-fi, polyester made from 100-percent post-consumer plastic bottles.

  • AquaLoc backing is designed to sit on top of fiberglass for strength, durability, and slip and skid resistance. Photo courtesy of J. Ennis Fabrics

    Snap marine carpet

    Snap Down Marine Carpet made from solution-dyed fibers that resist sun, salt and moisture.

  • Canvas rolls are up to 50 yards long and 60 inches wide. Photo courtesy of J. Ennis Fabrics.

    Untreated canvas

    Dye-free cotton canvases suitable for boat covers and tarps to totes and tents.

  • Artful designs in performance fabrics. Photo: SilverState.

    SilverState fabrics explores artistic regions of northern Africa

    New Sunbrella collection delivers the colors and contrast of a desert oasis.

  • Sunbrella fabrics boast durability and sustainability. Photo courtesy of Robert Allen Contract.

    Robert Allen Contract introduces Sunbrella Contract fabrics

    Patterns meet Silver compliance in NSF-ANSI 336 Sustainable Assessment Standard.

  • Awning canvas

    The Miami Corp. offers the latest lines of Sattler Solids, Stripes and Firemaster Plus®.

  • Marine fabrics

    Bella-Dura introduces a new line of casual fabrics with the help of Hable Construction.

  • Marine-grade carpet

    Coronado Plush marine-grade carpet from Keyston Bros. features a soft hand while offering high UV stability.

  • Marine-grade vinyl headliner

    Bainbridge International’s headliner adds a clean, finished look to the inside of the cabin while helping to dampen outside noises.

  • Mid-weight coated fabric

    MarChem CFI ’s Mustang is a softer and more pliable version of the company ’s Top Gun fabric.

  • Performance threads

    Two new styles give fabricators needed versatility and performance. QTC Contrast T-270 bonded nylon thread is designed for seams that get noticed—bold colors recommended for decorative seat trimming, accent stitching and more.

  • Polyester thread

    Vicar International added 138 UVR to its Aqualon line of bonded polyester threads, which combines durability with aesthetics.

  • Using social media to promote business offerings and connect with customers

    The explosion of social networking websites has created the ability to communicate and get information instantly through the internet without any cost. You may be missing a great opportunity if you are not using social media to promote your business' services. There are hundreds of social networking websites available for you and your customers to use that can be helpful in sharing information and creating relationships.

    Facebook, YouTube and Twitter are all great social media websites that can help you connect with your customers, create buzz and gain more business. It's free to become a member of each, and it's easy to create a profile and enter information about your company. Each site also enables you to post pictures, videos and website links for additional information.

    Some fabricators have found these social media websites to be very successful marketing tools. Awnings of Tulsa, in Oklahoma, utilizes Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to promote its business. It has helped them gain new customer contacts and create brand awareness to potential customers in their region.

    Facebook, YouTube and Twitter are just three of several social networking websites available for you to use to promote your company. For tips on how to use these sites, click here.

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