In honor of its 30th anniversary, World Emblem, the world’s largest manufacturer of patches and emblems, is celebrating its success. The company, which has a manufacturing center in northwest Houston, produces an average of 250 million emblems and custom products annually.

From humble beginnings as a small store in New Jersey in 1993 to nine locations worldwide and over 1,000 employees today, World Emblem has come a long way. Chief Operating Officer Jim Kozel emphasized that the company’s minimum order quantity is one, meaning they can fulfill orders ranging from one garment to 10,000 garments. This flexibility has attracted high-profile clients such as the NFL, Levi’s, New Era and Perry Ellis.

World Emblem’s focus on customization sets it apart from its competitors. The company offers a wide range of embroidered products tailored to each client’s unique needs. Kozel highlighted the company’s ability to work with some of the biggest brands in the industry, showcasing a diverse portfolio of custom products.

To learn more about World Emblem and its services, visit their website to explore the range of customized products and solutions they offer.

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