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CSI partners with Bros for colour trend forecasts
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May '16
Color Solutions International (CSI), a part of Dystar Group, has entered into partnership with top-dyed melange yarn specialist, Bros Holding to specify colours likely to be in trend for Bros's seasonal trend forecasts.

The colours to be a part of Bros's forecasts are chosen from CSI's Colorwall range, which feature approximately 4000 colours. They meet the highest ecological commitment in the textile industry.

CSI's colours will be dyed on Bros's Ecofresh yarn.

The partnership will accelerate the seasonal palette development process for brands and retailers, and improve colour accuracy and consistency from design to garment.

Commenting on the partnership, Ron Pedemonte, president of CSI said, “CSI continues to expand its partnership network in order to deliver added value to the textile supply chain.”

Additionally, Yeung Wai Kwok, vice chairman of Bros said, “Bros has spent over a decade of effort on Ecofresh yarn, and we treasure the partnership with CSI for delivering better goods and services.” (MCJ)

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