Milliken & Company recently announced that Moira Murray has been hired as the residential sales and market director for the specialty interiors business within the Textile Division. Joining the company from UltraFabrics, Murray will be working closely across departments to assist in accelerating the Specialty Interiors business’s position in the residential marketplace.
“As an organization, we are committed to growing our residential business and having Moira join our team is an exciting step in that journey. Her customer-focused philosophy and vast product exposure brings a unique skill set to our team and her experience in the residential and commercial industries is invaluable,” said Benji Bagwell, vice president of Specialty Interiors.
With more than 15 years of sales experience across the architectural and design, furniture and fabrics verticals, Murray brings intimate knowledge and understanding of the challenges facing industry decision makers.
Murray received her B.S. in Finance from the University of South Carolina and started her career at Milliken more than 35 years ago.
About Milliken & Company Textile Division
Drawing on more than 155 years of award-winning research and development, the Textile Division of American-based Milliken & Company offers a diverse portfolio of technical textiles serving a broad range of global markets, including apparel, automotive and transportation, building and infrastructure, hospitality, industrial, military, specialty interiors, and protective workwear. Focused on enhancing the performance, heightening the protection, and advancing the sustainability of fabrics, Milliken manufactures superior solutions and develops leading innovations that add value to everyday life. We are textile innovators focused on game-changing technologies and materials that impact lives and transform industries. Learn more at textiles.milliken.com.
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