We have some news to spill…
Beginning November 23, 2017, Nanotex LLC will transition 100% of Nanotex contract finishing to the Crypton LLC plant in Kings Mountain, North Carolina.
That’s right! Crypton will process all Nanotex Contract as of November 23rd. Starting NOW, please send Crypton your fabrics for Nanotex processing. Crypton’s award-winning plant is more than ready to apply its exacting standards and quality assurance methods to your Nanotex orders. Our plant’s address is as follows:
Attn: Nanotex Processing
513 Crypton Drive
Kings Mountain, NC 28086
This strategic move ensures that Crypton’s strict quality assurance and control methods are now shared across Nanotex’s contract finishing solutions. Customers can continue to select from Nanotex’s many performance offerings – opting for the best solutions that suit their needs, including:
- Stain Repellency & Release
- Back Coating
Our Kings Mountain facility uses ‘clean’ greige goods with no prior finishing to ensure optimal performance.
Crypton will process orders starting at a minimum of five yards. Our Nanotex team is ready to provide you with the dedicated support you expect from Crypton. Got questions? Give us a call. We’re excited to bring Nanotex to the world of Crypton!
Nanotex Customer Service Representative
Nanotex Account Mgr./Plant Trials/Technical Questions
Our state of the art finishing facility in Kings Mountain is known for its commitment to innovation, rigorous quality control, and customer service. In fact, it was just recently named one of the best places to work in Charlotte. We relentlessly test and apply best practices across the board for continuity, reliability and sustainability.
“We look forward to working with all of Nanotex’s contract customers and applying our exacting performance standards to every yard,” said Lance Keziah, CEO of Nanotex LLC. “The demand for high tech performance textiles continues to grow. We work to meet that demand with a constant eye to the future and a research-driven trajectory for new and needed technologies. We are proud to process all fabrics in North Carolina, a state with fabric in its DNA, and look forward to continued expansion with the addition of Nanotex,” said Keziah.