Houston-based World Emblem commemorates its 30th anniversary in business

World Emblem: The Patch and Embroidery Pioneers with a No Minimum Order Policy

For the past 30 years, World Emblem has been a leader in the patch and emblem manufacturing industry. The family-owned company, located in northwest Houston, started as a small shop in New Jersey in 1993 and has since grown to have nine locations across the globe. With over 1,000 employees, World Emblem produces an average of 250 million emblems and custom products each year.

One of the unique features that sets World Emblem apart is their no minimum quantity requirement for orders. Whether you need one garment embroidered or 10,000 garments, they can accommodate your needs. This level of customization has made them a go-to choice for major clients like the NFL, Levi’s, New Era, and Perry Ellis.

Recently, ABC13’s Localish team visited World Emblem for a behind-the-scenes tour to see what goes into producing thousands of custom patches every day. Chief Operating Officer Jim Kozel highlighted the customized nature of their work, saying “It’s all customized and it’s amazing. You’ll be walking through there and you’ll see some of the biggest name brands that we’re stitching out.”

If you want to learn more about this fascinating company and its operations, visit World Emblem’s website for more information.

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