USA: GretagMacbeth Launches Net-Based Colour Communication Tool
GretagMacbeth, the colour measurement and management solutions specialist, has introduced an Internet-based colour communication system that will synchronise the colour approval process throughout the supply chain. Gretag claimed the product was the first of its kind. NetPalette decreases operational costs and reduces cycle time through a streamlined, paperless color approval process, the company said in a press release. Instantaneous exchange of colour palettes over the Internet, using NetPalette, enables dye houses to quickly match original design specifications, electronically submit lab dips, receive colour approvals via Internet notification and obtain production approval.
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