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iBee Building new Wind-Powered Manufacturing Center

iBee, a leader in athletic gear, today announced an ambitious project to create a 100,000 square foot manufacturing facility powered entirely by wind.  Situated just outside one of the world’s windiest cities in Cape Blanco, Oregon, the new facility will harness the often 15mph  sustained winds to generate the power necessary to run the facility non-stop for 10 hours per day.

A ground breaking ceremony will take place next week and is open to the public.  In addition to the environmental benefits, the new facility will create 100 new jobs in everything from design to shipment packaging and loading.

The cutting-edge project is being led by a longtime leader in environmental-friendly architecture.  The mostly glass facility, designed to allow anyone in the area to have a peek inside iBee, will house not only manufacturing but also a new Design Center.

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Design and Manufacturing All in One Place

To streamline the time it takes from design to finished product, iBee Athletica, a pioneer in athletic wear, today is announcing the creating of a new Design Center to be located in the new manufacturing facility being built in Oregon.

For the first time, Design and Manufacturing will sit side-by-side, speeding up the process and helping keep iBee on the forefront of ahtletic wear design and innovation.

Once complete, designers will be able to ship a prototype design directly to the manufacturing floor, where they will watch as the garment is produced, leading to valuable insights in the way we design and create new gear.

Now is a great time to join iBee Athletica.  Create your Talent Profile or check out our open jobs.

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iBee Wins Award for Innovative New Fabric

iBee Athletica, a leader in athletic gear, today announced they have been honored with the Innovative Fabric Award for the creation of their breathable, stretchy new fabric made entirely of organic honey.

Details of the process, which is patented and has been kept completely private for obvious reasons, has only recently started to be shared with the world so that other organizations can begin the shift away from synthetics and toward more sustainable and natural products.

Companies interested in leveraging this cutting-edge new fabric, which is more breathable, more durable, and more stain repellent than most synthetic materials and even some cottons, can contact us at [email protected]