Moss Opens Changzhou, China Operations

January 23, 2018

Moss’s global footprint has expanded with the opening of Moss Changzhou in eastern China.

The newly-built facility, at more than 7,700 square meters, is Moss’s fourth tension fabric production center servicing the global trade show, retail, event and corporate environment markets.

Located in Jiangsu province, Moss Changzhou is less than 200 km west of Shanghai.

“The establishment of Moss Changzhou allows us to serve our existing customers and new Asia customers with a truly seamless global print platform. It comes amid growing demand from exhibition and retail organizations for Moss's high-quality solutions worldwide,” said Dan Patterson, Moss President & CEO.

He added, “This additional production capacity means we can deliver consistent high quality intercontinentally, with speed, regardless of where Moss products are purchased, produced or ultimately installed. That’s a competitive boon to our customers who are creating brand experiences around the world and always seeking the confidence of reliable partnerships,” Patterson said.

A full-service facility, Moss Changzhou’s capabilities include creative and technical design, frame fabrication, stitching, color-correct, auto-cutting, set up, and project management.

The same-state-of-the-art Durst dye sublimation print equipment, Moss-developed global supply fabrics, and production processes are used throughout Changzhou and all Moss tension fabric facilities, which are in Lennestadt, Germany, Elk Grove Village, Ill., and Salt Lake City, Utah.

Moss also maintains a custom fabrication facility in Chicago, Ill. with capabilities including ultraviolet printing, carpentry, routing, painting and finishing.

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