Everson Cordage Works (ECW) was established in 1979 for the manufacturing of high-quality three strand twisted nylon products. The plant is located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest in Everson WA, just south of the Canadian border.
During the 1970's, an expanding commercial fishing market significantly increased the demand for knotted nylon netting. Local net manufacturers were unable to obtain reliable sources of raw materials and ECW focused their initial efforts on producing quality twisted nylon products specifically designed to meet the stringent standards of commercial fishing netting. As our reputation grew, the demand for ECW twines spread to other marine and industrial suppliers.
Today, ECW specializes in providing volume and wholesale markets with the highest quality twisted and braided twines and ropes across a broad range of industries. ECW currently operates out of a 50,000 square foot facility and has the capacity to handle most cordage demands, yet is small enough to provide an exceptional attention to detail and personalized service with each order.
Since 2013, ECW has been majority owned by two Native American Indian tribes, making Everson Cordage Works a tribally controlled minority business enterprise (MBE).