Carolina Cotton Works, Inc. - CCW


14 Commerce Drive
Meadow Creek Industrial Park
Gaffney, SC 29340

Phone: (864) 488-2824
Fax: (864) 488-0488
Web Site:

Contact name/number:

Mr. Bryan Ashby, Vice President, Sales & Marketing
Phone: (864) 488-2824
Fax: (864) 488-0488

Mr. Stacey Bridges, Sales Manager
Phone: (864) 488-2824 ext.108
Fax: (864) 488-0488

List of Senior Management:

Mr. Page Ashby, President
Mr. Bryan Ashby, Vice President, Sales & Marketing
Mr. Hunter Ashby, Operations Manager
Mr. Stacey Bridges, Sales Manager

History of Company:

Carolina Cotton Works, Inc. (CCW) opened for business in March of 1995. Starting out in a new building and all new equipment, we soon earned a reputation of having one of the finest dyehouses in the United States. With continued success each year since, CCW has reinvested in new equipment and systems to allow us to stand alone as the most efficient dyehouse in the country. Although we continue to offer commission bleaching and dyeing services, the growth of our business has proven to be in the finished fabric package business. Most recently, CCW is pleased to be recognized as a bluesign® system partner.

Experience - Quality - Dependability - Three necessary components of strong customer/vendor relationships have been the key building blocks of Carolina Cotton Works. With the experience of company president Page Ashby, comes knowledge of yarn spinning through cutting. We have built solid relationships with several major yarn spinners and knitters in the United States. We have the resources and technical abilities to become the premier U.S. fabric supplier for apparel producers both domestic and international.

Using the state of the art equipment in our 120,000 square foot building, Carolina Cotton Works can produce up to 450,000 pounds per week of bleaching and piece dyeing.

Equipment listing:

JEMCO III 2000 CBR; (7) 1000 lb. Scholl Rapidstar Jets; (1) 80 lb. Scholl Sample Jet; (5) Fong Horizontal Dye Jets; (2) Santex Relaxed Belt Dryers; (3) Tubetex Pak-Nit II Compactors; RFG Napper; Mario Crosta Brushing Machine; Texima Natural Gas Tenter Frame; Strahm Open Width Compactor; (2) Tubetex 4-Roll Pads; Santex Shrinking Calendar.


All types of cotton and poly cotton knits and wovens, both body sizes and open width. Many synthetics including circular knits and wrap knits, Interlock, French Terry, Thermal Performance Fabrics, and ANSI Fabrics. Other fiber types dyed include nylon and modacrylic.

End Uses:

Customers use CCW's fabric to manufacture outerwear products such as t-shirts, rib tops, golf shirts, sweatshirts and sweatpants. Underwear products include briefs, t-shirts and thermal underwear. We also process synthetic fabrics used for moisture transport performance apparel and team sports uniform apparel.

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