Houston-based World Emblem celebrates three decades of operation

From Humble Beginnings to World Domination: The Rise of World Emblem

World Emblem, a company that started as a small shop in New Jersey in 1993, is now the largest patch and emblem manufacturer in the world. Located in northwest Houston, the company produces an average of 250 million emblems and custom products annually. With nine locations worldwide and over 1,000 employees, World Emblem has come a long way from its humble beginnings.

One of the reasons for its success is its commitment to making customization accessible to all customers, both large and small. Chief Operating Officer Jim Kozel mentioned that World Emblem offers a minimum quantity of one for orders, making it an affordable option for individuals as well as corporations.

The company’s client list includes major brands such as the NFL, Levi’s, New Era, and Perry Ellis. The customization options available at World Emblem are vast, with the capability to embroider on a variety of garments. From logos to patches to badges, World Emblem can create anything you need to brand your business or personal items.

During a behind-the-scenes tour with ABC13’s Localish team, the intricate process of creating custom patches at World Emblem was showcased. Each product is carefully crafted with precision and attention to detail. From design to production to quality control, every step is taken with care to ensure that each product meets the highest standards of excellence.

To learn more about World Emblem and their services, visit their website for more information on how they can help you create unique and high-quality emblems for your business or personal needs.

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