NEW YORK — International Textile Group is restructuring its apparel fabric divisions to operate under one business group.
The new segment, dubbed ITG Apparel & Specialty Fabrics, will bring Cone Denim and Burlington WorldWide under the same management umbrella. Current Burlington president Kenneth T. Kunberger has been named president of ITG Apparel & Specialty Fabrics. Kunberger joined Burlington Industries as an executive vice president in 1998 and was named president in 2004. Prior to joining Burlington, Kunberger served stints with Liz Claiborne and VF Corp. In his new post, he will lead the cotton products group, a combination of the Cone Denim and Burlington cotton casual businesses.
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