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Texlynx partners Alix Blueschild to launch Bluecontex
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Jun '16
Courtesy: Bluecontex
Courtesy: Bluecontex
Texlynx, one of the largest buying houses and home textiles consulting company, has teamed up with Alix Blueschild, another textiles consulting company, to launch Bluecontex, a business aimed at supporting the textile industry in new business development providing special services in more than 35 markets.
 
“Bluecontex will offer services ranging from branded sales development for producers, and production management services for retailers, to logistic and warehouse management in Europe, and acquisition projects,” Texlynx founder Imran Lateef told Fibre2Fashion.
 
In the new competitive international market, where globalisation is vital for of all size textile companies, Bluecontex will offer international brand and sales development, market entry strategy, international branding, selection and identification of buyers, export development, retail management, market intelligence, and new trends prediction services, the company said.
 
In a very competitive global environment in which large-scale producers, retailers and logistic companies are getting stronger, the new company will offer a bouquet of production management and sourcing services, including global sourcing and supply management, primary and secondary searches, vendor selection, product development, source and price negotiation, order placement, production follow-up, quality assurance, and shipping management.
 
Bluecontex will also support its clients in the textile industry in their strategic acquisition projects through acquisition project design (strategy, profiling), market research and target identification, negotiation support, due diligence services, legal acquisition services, re-engineering management, and finally new company start ups. (RKS)
 

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