Colour Communication from Concept to Consumer
Total Textile Solution from DyStar and Color Solutions International

Date & Time   : 22nd  April 2005 (Friday) at 9.30 am – 12.00 pm.

Venue             : Galaxy Hall of Crystal Inn, Batu Pahat, Johor

Joint Organiser : MKMA, Color Solutions International, DyStar Singapore & Texchem Malaysia

The presentation seeks to address the following issues:

      ·  Significantly reduce lead times for your seasonal palette development.

      ·  Significantly reduce your cost of color development.

      ·   Reduction in complexity throughout the supply chain.

      ·   Eliminate potential achievability Issues at conception.

      ·   Attempt to provide visibility throughout the whole textile supply chain.

      ·   Provide technical support to supply chain dyeing operations to establish first production to new palette shades

Speaker: Paul Cowell, BSc (Hons) Ccol GradDipSDC              DyStar China, Hongkong 

Paul Cowell has an honours degree in Chemistry from Manchester University, England, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Textile Technology and Management. In addition, the Society of Dyer’s and Colorists (SDC) have awarded him Chartered Colorist status in recognition of his 15 years experience in the coloration industry. In 1989 he joined ICI and provided technical service and support in dyeing systems for the woven industry group. Two years later, he moved into the research department and spent a further 10 years synthesizing novel reactive dye molecules for application to cellulose. After various mergers and acquisitions, including working for ICI, Zeneca and BASF, in 2001 Paul relocated to the DyStar headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany, where he provided global technical support for the cellulosics department.  Now based in Hong Kong, he will take on the role of Marketing Manager for the Asia region within Colour Solutions International, a new DyStar venture specializing in colour communication. 

Current CSI program clients include Sears, Wal*Mart, Adidas, Puma, Nike, Kohls, Liz Claiborne in addition to many more.   

51 participants from 22 companies attended this seminar.

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