Intradeco Apparel

Intradeco Apparel is a privately owned vertical manufacturer and supplier of knit apparel to retailers in the United States, Mexico and Canada. It is the only vertical resource in Central America spinning certified raw bales of organic cotton. Intradeco currently has the capacity to manufacture up to 1 million sustainable units a month.[1]

As of 2009, Intradeco Apparel had more than 6,000 employees in Central America and the US. Intradeco manufactures through its subsidiaries Intradesa, and Prone.[2]Template:Failed verification Its headquarters are located in unincorporated Miami-Dade County, Florida.[3] Incorporated by Felix J Siman, Jose E Siman, Intradeco Apparel, Inc. is located at 9500 NW 108th Ave Medley, FL 33178. Intradeco Apparel, Inc. was incorporated on Tuesday, December 4, 2001 in the state of FL and is currently active. Jose E Siman represents Intradeco Apparel, Inc. as their registered agent.[4]

Business units Edit

Intradeco Apparel was founded as The Interwoven Trade Company in 1982, in Miami, Florida and has distribution centers within Nicaragua, Miami and El Salvador[5] and manufacturing facilities in El Salvador and Nicaragua. Intradeco also has sales offices in Bentonville, Arkansas, and design studios in New York City[6] and Los Angeles. Intradeco Apparel products are sold at Wal-Mart.[7]Template:Failed verification

Intradesa is a vertically integrated apparel operation that includes cutting, screen printing, heat-transfer, sewing, washing, pressing, and packing operations. Intradesa opened in 1993 and runs five production facilities. The facilities are located in Soyapango, El Salvador.[8]


Sustainability Edit

On April 27, 2010 Apparel Magazine publicly announced Intradeco Apparel as one of its five 2010 Sustainability All Stars. This award is selected by the Apparel editorial staff from nominations by industry executives. The recipients are chosen based upon their having taken significant steps toward incorporating sustainable practices in their businesses. The winners were recognized at Apparel's Tech Conference West at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Los Angeles, and are profiled in Apparel's June 2010 issue.[1]

In 2007, Walmart named Intradeco as its first ever Supplier of the Year for Sustainability, based on its efforts related to organic products, recycled polyester, the use of biodegradable bags and recycled boxes and its energy efficient initiatives in its buildings and operations. In 2008, Intradeco won the prestigious Walmart Sustainability award once again. The company's ongoing efforts remain focused on creating products that sustain our resources and environment, achieving zero waste and being energy efficient.[1]

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