Textile mills are the backbone of the global textile industry, and their success is largely attributed to a combination of the ease with which they can be manufactured and the fact that the raw material is often cheaper than the final product.
This year, they made more than $1.2 million in the U.S., according to data from the U-Haul Group, which tracks the industry.
In 2016, there were more than 1,500 textile mills in the United States, according to U.N. statistics.
In total, the UHaul group reported that textile mills made $4.1 billion in 2016.
These mills can be found across the country, from cities such as Houston to remote outposts in the Appalachian Mountains.
As the industry has become more advanced and complex, textile mills have been able to produce more complex and durable textile products at a lower cost.
Haul data shows that textile mills accounted for $4 billion of the overall U. S. textile industry’s sales in 2016, according a report published by the World Bank.
The data shows there were 3,831 textile mills, according the World Economic Forum, which publishes the annual Global Trade Indicators.
The World Bank says that of those 3,830 mills, 3,085 were in the apparel and textile industries.
The average mill produced 3.1 percent of total U. N. textile exports, while the average mill in the agricultural and fishery sectors produced 3 percent of the total U