Burlington Industries Plant Locations M – Z

Madison Yarn – Madison, NC sold to Macfield 1988

Madison Yarn ­Madol Lubricants Div. – Madison, NC ­ sold to Boehme­Filatex 1988

Martel Plant – Valley Falls, SC view integrated cotton mill sateens At top is warehouse foundation, at bottom is the two­story plant foundation. Masland Carpet – Atmore, AL Sold to Dixie Group Carpets

Mayfair Weaving Plant – Burlington, NC

Mayflower mid 1940s – Cramerton, NC sold 1978

Mayodan yarn spinning – Mayodan, NC

Mays Plant mid 1940s – Cramerton, NC sold 1978

Memphis bed sheets and pillow cases – Memphis, TX

Modena Plant double knit – Gastonia, NC

Monticello Tufted rugs­bought 1995 from Bacova – Monticello, AK closed 2000

Mooresville Fabric­1893 ­ – Mooresville, NC closed 1999 BI bought in 1955 This denim plant can be seen in Google aerial view excellent video/audio re: Textiles in Iredell County ­ mainly Mooresville Cotton / Burlington Industries http://media

Mount Holly – Mount Holly, NC closed 2002

Mount Olive Drapery – Mount Olive, NC closed 2001

Mountain City Yarn Plant built under BYMC and was a Textured Yarn plant When acquired by Klopman, weaving was added. Later a fully automated materials handling system was added along with water­jet looms – Mountain City, TN ­purchased by Sara Lee


Newton Weaving Plant BI/Klop 1960 – Newton, NC closed 1980 when Richmond Plant opened

Nexus Division Plant – Burlington, NC ­ sold 1969 drapery, upholstery and tablecloth materials

New Bern finishing plant – Radford, VA


Ossipee Weaving Plant – Ossipee, NC

Oxford Fabric – Oxford, NC ­closed 1999

Oxford Yarn – Oxford, NC ­closed 1999


Peerless Woolen Mills 1952 – Rossville, GA ­closed

Pee Dee Screen Printing – Cheraw, SC

Phoenix Plant ­ yarn mfg. – Kings Mountain, NC

Piedmont Weaving, Yarn Dyeing, Finishing, Sewing Plant Burlington, NC

Plaid Mills (EMHolt) – Burlington, NC

Pinnacle Plant – Cherryville, NC

Pioneer Plant  -Burlington, NC

Postex CottonMills ­ integrated weaving, finishing, cut, sew sheeting; finishing towels – Post, TX


Rabun Gap Plant ­carpet – Rabun Gap, GA ­sold to Fruit of the Loom Aerial view

Radford Plant – Radford, VA

Raeford Fabrics – Raeford, NC closed 1999

Ramseur Plant ­ orig. Klopman – Ramseur, NC sold to Ramtex 1988 Here is a Microsoft Bird’s eye view The non­gravel roof is painted white for A/C reasons; black stripes are walkways to/from air washers – Ranlo, NC

Reidsville home fashion – Reidsville, NC closed 2002

Rhodhiss Plant – Rhodhiss, NC

Rhyne­Hauser Plant – Cherryville, NC

Richmond Plant ­opened 1980 – Cordova, NC

Rockwood Plant – Rockwood, TN Men’s socks

Rocky Mount Drapery Plant – Rocky Mount, NC ­closed 1988

Rocky Mount Finishing plant – Rocky Mount, NC

Rocky Mount Weaving Plant – Rocky Mount, NC


St. Pauls Plant – St. Pauls, NC

Sedgefield Specialties ­chemicals – Jamestown, NC ­closed ­ site sold to Sequa Chemical

Sheffield Plant – Rocky Mount, NC

Sherman Manufacturing Co. ­weaving Sherman, TX towels

Siler City Automotive/Head Liners Klopman – Siler City, NC closed 1950s

Society Hill Finishing Plant ­ Klopman 1960s – Society Hill, SC sold to Galey & Lord

Society Hill Specialty Print Plant Klopman 1960s – Society Hill, SC

South Hill Narrow Fabrics(BGF Plant 1980) South Hill, VA (Narrow fabrics closed 1975) sold later

Southern Bleachery – Taylors, SC

Statesville Cotton Mill yarn/weaving – Statesville, NC sold to Springs 1948

Statesville Plant 1947 Was Dutchess Throwing – Statesville, NC closed 1999

Steele Yarn/weaving 1950s – Cordova, NC closed 1980s when Richmond Plant opened

Stokesdale Plant – Stokesdale, NC closed 2002

Stoneville Textured Yarn BMYC/Knit – Stoneville, NC

Stonewall Cotton Mills ­ 1868 – Stonewall, MS

Stonewall denim weaving – 1977 – Stonewall. MS

Smithfield Yarn – Smithfield, NC closed 1997


Tarboro Yarn/Weaving BI/Klop – Tarboro, NC closed 1980 when Richmond Plant opened

Taylors Plant – Taylors, SC

Twintex Plant – Madison, NC









Versatech Plant – Cooleemee, NC

Vinton Weaving Plant – Vinton, VA

Volunteer Plant – Bristol, TN


Wadesboro Hosiery – Wadesboro, NC opened in mid­1930s as full ­fashion in 1960s closed

Wake Finishing Plant 1948 – Wake Forest, NC closed 1996

Wake Finishing. W.G. Lord 1978 corduroy cutting and finishing and plant 159 behind it – Cramerton, NC

West – West, TX spinning, weaving duck ­ closed late 1968

Williamsburg Plant – Matkins, Caswell County, NC closed 2003?




Two prior to 1949


Burlington Hosiery Knitting Plant Waterloo, Ontario

Burington Hosiery Finishing Plant Lachine, Montreal, Quebec

Burlington Hosiery Distribution Center Cote­de­Liesse, Montreal, Quebec


near Bogota


rayon weaving 1944


Burlington Sock

fully­ integrated Plant Langenau


Mafatlal joint venture 1995 Navsari, Gujarat


Klopman Int. 1968 Frosinone, Italy


Gillogue Plant Gillogue, County Clare

Longford Weaving, Dyeing and Finishing Plant ­ Denim Longford

Tralee Plant Tralee, County Clare

Tullamore Yarn ­Denim Tullamore


Global Denim plant Aguascalientes

Yarn, cut and sew Cuernavaca closed 2000

Jv with Textilos Morelos 1997 Yecapixtla

sold to Dominion Textile Group 1988

sold to Dominion Textiles 1989


Socks 1967 Quezon City, Philippines



  1. www.ncto.org closings 1998­ – 2008
  2. Bolden, Don, Remembering Alamance County; Tales of Railroads, Textiles and Baseball, History Press, 2006, p88
  3. Google “Burlington Industries plants,” October 20, 2008. 4. Wilson, Olin, Personal communication, October 23, 2008.
  4. http://www.leescarpets.com/site/lee_about_hist.asp Accessed November 3, 2008
  5. http://www.answers.com/topic/masland­corporation Accessed November 3,2008