World Emblem, a Houston-based company, marks 30 years of successful business operations

Embroidering Dreams: How World Emblem Became the Largest Patch and Embelmaker in the World.

In 1993, a small shop in New Jersey started World Emblem, which has now become the largest patch and emblem manufacturer in the world. With a manufacturing center located in northwest Houston, the company produces an impressive average of 250 million emblems and custom products annually.

World Emblem’s Chief Operating Officer, Jim Kozel, emphasized the company’s dedication to customer service by highlighting that they accept orders of any quantity, with a minimum order of just one garment for embroidery. Whether customers need one garment embroidered or 10,000 garments, the company is able to accommodate their needs.

Some of World Emblem’s prestigious clients include the NFL, Levi’s, New Era, and Perry Ellis, showcasing the company’s ability to work with big name brands and deliver high-quality custom products. Kozel expressed pride in the company’s customized offerings, noting that customers can expect to see their favorite brands being stitched out in the production process.

Recently, ABC13’s Localish team had the opportunity to tour World Emblem’s facilities and witness first-hand the intricate process of producing thousands of custom patches each day. For more information about World Emblem and its products, visit the company’s website.

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