Businesses that purchase, import and distribute fabric into their local market. Wholesalers can offer their own ‘house’ brand of fabric sourced by the piece (roll) from converters such as Bru, and in some cases convert fabric from textile mills themselves at higher quantities. In addition, they may represent and service a range of Editor fabric brands whereby customer orders are filled either on an indent basis or from stock.
Regardless of the fabric source, wholesalers play a vital role in the distribution of furnishing fabric. Wholesalers ensure fabric sampling is available, offer memo services, product information and education, as well as manage the import, shipping, and final delivery of fabric to customers.
Wholesalers have a network of B2B customers who include retailers, interior designers, contractors, re-upholsterers, and manufacturers.