UK: Donisthorpe And Datacolor Get Colourful In Cologne
Together Donisthorpe and Datacolor will demonstrate how major retailers and clothing manufacturers managing global supply chains can generate accurate 'virtual' on-screen colour designs and precisely match threads, linings and other accessories with photo-realistic colour images. Digital colour samples can then be easily and rapidly e-mailed across the supply chain, irrespective of location and significantly reducing the cost and time it takes to select, change and approve colour matches.
Donisthorpe and Company Limited is a wholly-owned UK subsidiary of the international DMC Textiles Group, one of Europe and North Africa's foremost suppliers of leading-edge, high quality industrial sewing threads and linings products. The Donisthorpe Group employs some 250 people at its Leicester-based head office, in its customer services centres in Glasgow, Manchester, Leicester, Dublin, and in its off-shore facilities in Morocco and Tunisia.
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