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Brother and Babylock are both manufacturers of sewing and embroidery machines. Both companies were established and maintain head offices in Japan.

History

  • Brother has a history dating back to 1908, when Kanekichi Yasui established the Yasui Sewing Machine Company. In 1934, the company was incorporated as Nippon and later became Brother. A team of engineers established Babylock in 1964 by a team of engineers and middle managers to manufacture sewing machines.

Businesses

  • Babylock specializes in the manufacture and marketing of sewing machines and accessories in the United States and around the world. Brother produces sewing machines as part of its Personal & Home business; other sectors of Brother's business include Network & Contents and Machinery & Solutions.

Products

  • Babylock produces a number of types of sewing and embroidery machines as well as accessories, including software and downloads. Brother produces commercial sewing machines, embroidery sewing machines and computerized sewing machines.

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