Aalfs Manufacturing buys Presitex textile company in Nicaragua

American company, Aalfs Manufacturing, bought the Taiwanese Presitex which operates in Sebaco, Nicaragua.

Friday, October 24, 2008

Aalfs Manufacturing Company designs, manufactures and sells clothing in the American Market, especially jeans pants, and was founded in 1892.
Their main clients include JC Penny, Tommy Hilfiger, Gap, Old Navy and Harley Davidson.

Presitex employs 900 people, makes overalls, casual and jeans pants. In 2007 it exported $11 million.



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