Universal Apparel and Textile Company is a vertical marketer, manufacturer, and distributor of high quality branded and private label activewear apparel. We specialize in selling a variety of casual and athletic wear tops and bottoms, embellished and unembellished T-shirts, and fleece products for the ever-changing apparel market.
We focus on our broad distribution of apparel products to specialty and boutique stores, high-end and mid-tier retail stores, sporting goods stores, screen printers, and private label accounts. In addition, certain products are sold in college bookstores and to the hospitality industry.
We are successful and growing rapidly, because we can custom manufacture for mass merchandisers, wholesalers, and can produce consumer brands. Universal now can produce the volume needed to sell to major warehouse club stores in the U.S. Also, Universal does not use middlemen, dealing directly with its markets, which is key to profitability. Many of the materials are imported quota free into the U.S. Combine these advantages with a strong, experienced management team, excellent profit margins, and sales growth year-in, year-out. >>> Check The Most Recent Apparel Shipments: Bill Of Lading ( Panjiva.com ) - Universal Apparel Co. - CLICK HERE. [ DKGR product tracking. Panjiva offers tracking of DKGR apparel containers as they arrive in US ports & delivered to customers. It's a great free tool to keep up to date on the latest big order arrivals. ]
Parker Technologies DKGR shall receive $100,000 worth of Parker stock at a 20% discount to market one month after Parker goes public. In addition, DKGR shall receive the amount of $45K once production begins on Parker's acquired lease(s). [ more info... ]
Eagle Oil Holding Company DKGR owns a $300K of convertible promissory notes against Eagle Oil Holding Company ( EGOH:OTC ). The interest rate is 12% with interest paid semi-annually. It is convertible into common shares at a 12% discount to market. DKGR was issued the notes through the sale of two leases in 2013, namely the Frank Farm lease and the Morrison lease. [ more info... ]