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Royal Plaza Textiles is no longer manufacturing clothing for the mall, but the company is still making garments for stores in malls in New York, Florida, Texas, and Alabama.
The company said the move was necessary to focus on its current expansion and keep up with the rapid growth in the apparel industry.
Royal Plaza said it expects the apparel sales growth to continue in the next few years, and said the decision to discontinue manufacturing clothing in the mall was not because it was unsafe or unethical.
Royal was founded in 2008 and has operations in more than 150 countries.
Royal is headquartered in New Jersey, with offices in Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, France, Russia, and Japan.
The brand’s headquarters are in California.
“Royal Plaza is committed to supporting the global apparel industry through its global expansion,” said Kristin Wannberg, the company’s CEO, in a statement.
Royal’s apparel division is one of the world’s largest, accounting for more than $1 billion in sales in 2016, according to the company.
Royal has been involved in the clothing industry for decades, with some brands including L.L. Bean, H&M, and J.
Crew among its major brands.
Royal and its parent company, the American Royal Group, were founded in 1917.
Royal operates as a subsidiary of the American Imperial Corporation, a global conglomerate that includes fashion and luxury companies.
Royal also owns and operates an advertising and retail business.