Discussion in 'Rugs and Textiles' started by T Monahan, May 26, 2018.
It that like Woodard's in St Louis? Their rugs goes upstairs to a drying room.
Anybody with that set up would be too BORING to post.
They are nice guys. Very old company with a young management team.
Spiked hair like Saiger?
Similar, but not that extensive as shown. The picture of this full-blown automated plant involves a rug duster at the beginning. Some MOR operations, in current use, fail to have a rug duster as an integral part of their process at the beginning. However, there are a number of MOR in-plant operations that have the automated dry rooms. Key men of these operations occasionally participate or look on this board. Scott of Woodards, Bryan of D.A. Burns and Brian of Hagopian are three of such examples.
I may be mistaken but I think our local Coit operation may have one. I haven't seen it but I have heard that they have an elevated automatic drying room.
I recall going to a Rug Summit in Chicago probably 3 or 4 years ago. The facility it was hosted at had something similar.