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

World Emblem, the world’s largest patch and emblem manufacturer, is celebrating its 30th year in business. Originally a small shop in New Jersey in 1993, the company has expanded to include nine locations worldwide and employs over 1,000 individuals.

Chief Operating Officer Jim Kozel shared that World Emblem accommodates orders of all sizes, with a minimum quantity of one garment for embroidery services. Whether a customer needs one garment or 10,000 garments embroidered, World Emblem can fulfill the request. Some of the company’s notable clients include the NFL, Levi’s, New Era, and Perry Ellis.

Kozel highlighted the company’s customized approach, emphasizing that all products are tailored to meet the specific needs of each customer. Walking through World Emblem’s facilities, visitors can see the intricate work being done, including embroidery for some of the biggest name brands in the industry.

ABC13’s Localish team recently toured World Emblem to gain insight into the production process behind their custom patches. For those interested in learning more about World Emblem and their services,

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