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HURRAY! ONE OF OUR FIRST ADOPTERS SIGNED TO BE A PREFERRED PARTNER

Nice Dyeing Factory Ltd (Texwinca) in Guangdong, China, is one of the first adopters of our Color Accreditation Program (CAP) and using our software ColorWarehouse. The CAP Program is a process to eliminate the need for labdips and to provide a more effective, efficient and sustainable way to manage risks in color development. We are happy to announce that Nice Dyeing has signed a Preferred Partner Package, to secure further advantage.

Experienced straight-to-production privileges (eliminating labdips!) since 2008
The Nice Dyeing have benefitted from straight-to-production privileges since the CAP Program was rolled out in 2008. Participating mills in the CAP program consistently say that they achieve both operational and financial benefits, such as:
– Reduction of color development time by 4-6 weeks
– Savings on multiple re-dyeing and airfreight deliveries
(see a cost calculation where we asked 14 mills about their savings)

With the Preferred Partner Package, Nice Dyeing and participating retailers and brands will continue to benefit from our comprehensive annual certification services and software packages. Our engineering team will also support Nice Dyeing with technical advice with regards to dyestuff selection and recipe and process optimization. In addition to this, we are glad to announce that Nice Dyeing will proceed with our ASAP system (Automated Sample Approval Portal. ASAP help Nice Dyeing to manage all lab dyeing and color samples requested by retailers and brand.

 

 

 

What if we cut out some parts? The common color development process often goes in circles. Our software and annual certification services can streamline the development process, increase the accuracy and precision of production for your suppliers, and finally eliminate labdip submission. Yes, it is possible.

Christoph Bergmann, the Chief of Service Operations at Natific, say “We are very proud to acknowledge that the management of Nice Dyeing Factory Ltd. and all relevant team members are committed to a closer collaboration with us to further increase effectiveness and efficiency including sustainability best practice at the production site. Nice Dyeing shows a very proactive approach towards professional quality and compliance management.”

Who are Nice Dyeing? Nice Dyeing is one of the largest textile fabric producers in the world, established in 1975, and since 1992 listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. The group is mainly providing yarn dyeing, fabric knitting, dyeing and finishing services and the production and sales of dyed yarns, raw fabrics and finished knitted fabrics. The fully vertical integrated operations enable Nice Dyeing to provide efficient and cost-effective services with great flexibility in choosing from any one or a combination of its services and a variety of raw fabrics and finished knitted fabrics. The company sales network covers the US, Europe and Asia, which include several well-known international brands.

A little about natific. By connecting and empowering textile supply chains, we build a genetic confidence throughout the supply chains of efficiency and sustainability. Enabling all participants to commit to a supply chain community based on open transparency, proactive work and continuous improvements, with focus on well anticipated and managed risks and opportunities.

It is done through an interlacement of IT-system solutions and industry experts on-site, within color management, quality compliance, chemicals and hazardous substances, environmental conditions, and social compliance. Being located in Europe, United States and Asia with specialized interdisciplinary cross-cultural teams, for long-term and direct improvements at textile suppliers and throughout the supply chain.

Today, our systems and services are used by some of the world’s best known brands, retailers and suppliers. We are happy to be available for your success too, check out our offices and representatives to know your nearest point of contact, or reply to this newsletter and we will get right back to you!

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