Following is an additional listing of top woven fabric suppliers. Part One appeared on Oct. 25, providing a directory of 36 companies.

The 24 firms listed here are ranked by volume.

Sales for public companies are for the firm's most recent fiscal year. For privately held firms, sales figures are arrived at through discussions with company principals, or, when marked with an asterisk, through discussions with industry analysts and/or market observers. In sales of diversified companies, sales for wovens are listed first, followed by a total for all fabrics they produce or for total company.

Swift Textiles Inc.,

a subsidiary of Dominion Textile Inc., Montreal

1410 Sixth Ave.
Columbus, Ga. 31902
Phone: (706) 324-3623
Fax: (706) 571-8452

John Boland, chairman and chief operating officer, Dominion

John Heldrich, president and ceo, Swift

Scott Bryan, executive vice president and chief operating officer, Swift

Lucille Evans, senior vice president, finance and administration, Swift

Sales: $500 million-plus (total Dominion sales were $943.5 million U.S. for the fiscal year ended June 30).

Key products: Denim fabrics made primarily from cotton, and blends of cotton and polyester.

Manufacturing facilities: Columbus, Ga.; Erwin, N.C.; Drummondville, Quebec, Canada, Tunisia and South Africa.

Reeves Bros. Inc.

104 West 40th St.
New York, N.Y. 10018
Phone: (212) 944-8585
Fax: (212) 944-9877

J. E. Reeves Jr., president of Reeves

Anthony L. Cartagine, president, apparel textiles group

Gordon Bronstein, president, gray sales division

David H. Kahrs, president, finished-goods division.

Sales: $180 million

Key products: Blended fabrics of polyester and rayon, rayon crinkles, flax blends, plaids, novelties, wool blends with rayon and polyester in plain and novelties, character yarns, dobbies and patterns in various blends. The finished-goods division includes wrinkle-free fabrics in wool and flax blends, polyester and rayon blends and polyester and cotton blends.

Manufacturing facilities: Chesnee, S.C.; Woodruff, S.C.; Bessemer City, N.C., and Bishopville, S.C.

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