The Caplan Family has owned and operated Keystone for more than 80 years. Keystone’s current president Sloan Caplan, the great-grandson of founder Julius Caplan, guides the company today. Generation after generation, they have stayed true to their mission to produce premier quality woven fabrics with an unwavering commitment to customers, employees, community, and Made-in-the-USA.
Through the years of the Great Depression, the mass Exodus of Manufacturers to Asia, and the recent Great Recession, the mill keeps on weaving! Not even the Keystone Fire of 1997 shut them down, 67 days after the devasting fire, the mill was up and running again. Keystone's employees were back to work producing fabric for their loyal customers.
At Keystone's fully integrated manufacturing facility a wide variety of filament and spunfibers (natural, man-made, & recycled) are used to produce woven fabrics including jacquards and dobbies. Keystone wovens have a wide range of end-uses including high fashion apparel, uniform career apparel, costuming, accessories, homefurnishings, and items for the military. Go to Keystone's website to learn more about the history, corporate mission, and products offered by this domestic weaver.