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Houston-based company World Emblem marks three decades in business

In honor of their 30th anniversary, World Emblem, the world’s largest patch and emblem manufacturer, is showcasing their impressive growth from a small shop in New Jersey to a global enterprise with nine locations and over 1,000 employees. The company, which operates a manufacturing center in northwest Houston, produces an average of 250 million emblems and custom products annually. One of the unique qualities that sets World Emblem apart is their minimum order quantity of one. Whether you need just one garment embroidered or 10,000, they can accommodate your needs.

Some of their notable clients include the NFL, Levi’s, New Era, and Perry Ellis. During a behind-the-scenes tour with ABC13’s Localish team, World Emblem showcased the intricate process that goes into producing thousands of custom patches every day. Visitors can witness firsthand the dedication and attention to detail that the company puts into their work.

The Chief Operating Officer of World Emblem, Jim Kozel, emphasized the personalized and high-quality nature of their products. He stated that “At World Emblem, we believe in creating lasting memories through personalized and high-quality products.” The company’s commitment to quality is evident in every aspect of their business, from the materials they use to the care they take in each step of the production process.

For more information about World Emblem and their services, you can visit their website.

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