DUQUESNE, Pa., Sept. 4, 2014 — American Textile Company, a leading provider of innovative sleep solutions since 1925, has doubled the size and expected employment of its Manufacturing and Distribution Center in Tifton, Ga.

The Tifton facility today employs 200, and American Textile expects to hire 100 more in the next three years. Today, hundreds of government officials, community leaders and partners attended a grand opening at the expanded 418,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility.

PITTSBURGH, Feb. 23, 2011 – American Textile Company (ATC) announces that Chief Operating Officer Lance Ruttenberg has been named President of the Company.  The announcement is part of a strategic leadership transition plan the Company has had in place for several years.

Jack Ouellette will continue to serve as the Chief Executive Officer and focus his attention on strategic planning initiatives; involvement with the Board of Directors; expanding the Company’s presence with government and business agencies, and participating in all major decisions affecting the business.  

American Textile Company, founded in 1925 and headquartered in Duquesne, Pa, was named the Pittsburgh Business Times’ Manufacturer of the Year in the mega business category. The program annually recognizes area manufacturers in the Pittsburgh region for achieving growth through sales revenue, innovation, and process improvements. The sustainable manufacturing award recognizes manufacturers for commitment to sustainable products, process or manufacturing methods, including energy/material savings, pollution reduction, and facility design.

PITTSBURGH, PA – September 28, 2010 – American Textile Company, headquartered in Duquesne, Pa, is proud to be celebrating 85 years in business. Since the company’s founding in 1925, American Textile Company has established itself as a leader in the basic bedding category.

Celebrity Allergy Sufferer Finola Hughes Offers Tips to Reduce Allergens

PITTSBURGH — September 2, 2008 — As autumn approaches and days cool down, folks begin preparing for the inevitable shift to more home-based activities.

For the 62 million Americans who suffer from indoor allergies and asthma, the warmth of home may be anything but comforting. Summer air can draw scores of dust and allergens into heating ducts, curtains, bedding and carpets — all of which unleash their fury with the first blast of heat from your furnace.

Sustainability Initiatives Reduce Waste, Landfill Use

PITTSBURGH – June 9, 2008 – American Textile Company (ATC), a leading manufacturer of quality mattress and pillow protectors, bed pillows and mattress pads, recently launched two initiatives that will reduce its impact on the environment and help the company to pursue environmental excellence and greener practices.

Bedding Manufacturer Increases Workforce, Adds Job Opportunities

PITTSBURGH, PA – January 16, 2008 – American Textile Company (ATC) has continued its growth in the bed pillow business by recently expanding the company’s Salt Lake City, Utah production, and shipping facility. This has added new jobs to the Salt Lake region.

Leading Bedding Manufacturer Supports Susan G. Komen for the Cure Through Pink Pillow Sales

PITTSBURGH, PA – January 15, 2008 – American Textile Company (ATC) is donating $64,000 to Susan G. Komen for the Cure, with a special check presentation to be held during ATC’s Dallas facility grand opening on January 17 at 4:30 p.m., 3601 Pinnacle Point Drive, Suite 300. (Media are welcome and encouraged to attend)