About Carhartt, Inc.
Carhartt makes workwear clothing meant to last. The clothing company makes rugged overalls, flame-resistant workwear, outerwear, sweatshirts, sportswear, and pants favored by farmers, construction workers, and other hard-working people. Most of Carhartt's products, sold to men, women, and children, are made in US factories. The company also sources heavily from US suppliers such as Mt. Vernon Mills in Georgia (fabric) and YKK Snap USA in Kentucky (snaps and buttons), among others. The company also has operations in Mexico and Europe. Over the past 15 years, Carhartt has produced more than 80 million garments and accessories in the US. The family of founder Hamilton Carhartt owns the firm, which was founded in 1889.
Carhartt's corporate address is located in Dearborn, Michigan.
The company also owns and operates manufacturing and finishing facilities in Mexico, and its European headquarters is located in Amsterdam.
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Carhartt employs more than 5,000 hardworking associates worldwide. Its products are sold to kids, men, and women.
Carhartt traces its roots back in 1889 when Hamilton Carhartt & Company was founded by its namesake (known affectionately as "Ham") and began producing overalls with two sewing machines and a half-horsepower electric motor in a small Detroit loft.
5750 Mercury Dr
Dearborn, MI 48126-4167
Phone: 1 (313) 271-8460
Employer Type: Privately Owned
Manager, General Merchandising: Alex Guerrero
President and COO: Linda Hubbard
Chairman and CEO: Mark Valade
Employees (This Location): 450
Employees (All Locations): 5,300
New York, NY