Loloi recently announced the opening of a new 450,000-sq.-ft warehouse in South Dallas that brings 75 new jobs to the area and gives the rug manufacturer additional space to meet high demand for its rugs, pillows and other textiles.
Amir Loloi, CEO at Loloi Rugs, says the new facility, located at 4130 Port Blvd. in Dallas, gives the company more room as it continually expands its offering and continues to grow the line, with 53 new collections this year alone. This includes high-profile collaborations with Amber Lewis, Carrier and Company, Chris Loves Julia, Ellen DeGeneres, Justina Blakeney, Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines and Rifle Paper Co.
“This new distribution center in South Dallas represents our continued commitment to serve our customers and provide a centralized location that can get product cross-country as quickly as possible,” said Loloi. “This new space will help us meet the growing demand for our products as we continue to optimize our supply chain operations and bring innovative product to the market.”
Loloi’s headquarters are located in North Dallas, with office and warehousing capacity on site. The company also has a showroom at the Dallas World Trade Center and its Loloi Found & Made to-the-trade showroom in the Dallas Design District.
Founded in 2004, Loloi has become a fashion leader specializing in medium- to high-end area rugs in every style category, and a premium producer of textiles. Under the expert direction of area rug veteran Amir Loloi, the company has been inducted into the ARTS Awards Hall of Fame, winning five ARTS Awards for “Best Rug Manufacturer” and one for “Best Outdoor Manufacturer,” and one for “Green Manufacturer.” Its eight America’s Magnificent Carpets Awards and three Atlanta Visual Display Awards for sophisticated showroom design attest to the company’s commitment to innovation and quality. Loloi RUGS is headquartered in Dallas, with to-the-trade showrooms located here. For more information, visit www.Loloirugs.com.
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