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Turkish IEC to expand services beyond France
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Oct '11
IEC, a woven label manufacturer based in Istanbul - Turkey, is offering its services beyond France. In the year of 2011, the Company sold quality woven labels to over 100 companies in France. The Company has done well and has decided to over its services to customers all over the world. Interested parties who would like to buy quality woven labels can visit the Company's website for more details.

IEC is a pioneer in the textile industry with over 12 years of experience. It is currently the market leader in the domestic market and it's also starting to service international markets as well.

The Company is successful due to its ability to listen to customers. It is then able to invest resources in the right technology to ensure that production lead time is as short as possible. Shorter lead time without compromising on quality is what customers are looking for. For this reason, IEC is meticulous about production schedules. The Company also invests in the latest technology to ensure speed and quality. The Company produces over 400 million woven labels in domestic and international markets.

Product offerings
The primary product of IEC is woven labels. Woven labels can be used on all sorts of products such as clothing, handbags, accessories, etc. In addition to woven labels, the Company also produce products such as laser cut labels, embossed labels, hang tags, printed labels and plastic labels. In other words, a customer can trust IEC to deliver all sorts of different labels. Varied product offerings arise out of the different needs of the market. Some clients may decide to buy printed labels, but others may want to buy woven labels. Each type of label has its own unique characteristics.

Woven labels are extremely durable. They are made from high quality threads and can display both texts and images. Since texts and images are woven on to cloth, they automatically inherit a slightly three dimensional look. This helps to draw attention to the label. For this reason, many clients like to use woven labels for corporate logos and marketing slogans.

In addition, woven labels do not fade easily due to frequent washing. They also do not peel off easily. Some customers prefer to use woven labels on work clothes such as coveralls. This is because work clothes tend to get dirty easily and heavy washing may be required to clean the clothes. Yet, despite heavy washing, woven labels remain intact.

Then there are clients who want to buy labels for products such as handbags. Woven labels add class to the existing design as customers tend to associated quality with woven labels. In other words, woven labels are used for branding purposes. Good brands tend to use such labels on their products.

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