1954

The company was progressing, despite continued changes in the apparel industry. Economic aid by USA to Japan, allowed the building of factories with brand-new Machinery and expertise in textile weaving and dyeing, which would revive Japan's economy. Large textile companies were set up to help these new manufacturers sell to export markets. Ben Luber, through the trading company Nissho, flew to Osaka and placed orders for yarn dyed fabrics for Canadian manufacturers; The quality was exceptional.