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Women's swimwear producer Schreiber selects DeSL's PLM/SRM
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Jan '13
DeSL announces that A.H. Schreiber Company, a New York City based manufacturer of women’s swimwear, has selected DeSL's PLM/SRM.

A.H. Schreiber Co. is one of the country’s leading manufacturers and distributors of women’s missy, plus-size, junior and girl’s swimwear, as well as missy cover-ups. They are one of the largest swimwear firms based in the United States, in dollars, units and breadth of distribution, supplying product to all tiers of the marketplace.

The A.H. Schreiber Co. is a third generation family-owned business, founded and incorporated in 1923. They produce in excess of 12,000,000 swimsuits annually.  Their talented design associates represent one of their greatest assets ensuring continued growth in their successful and thriving swimwear business.

Many of their 175 employees, some 2nd and 3rd generation associates, have enjoyed long careers with the company. They are well diversified with regard to manufacturing, with multiple off site offices and source from around the globe.

Seth Schreiber, COO, of A.H. Schreiber commented, “We wanted one system which will encapsulate all of our processes giving us the necessary visibility for all departments. We believe this added efficiency and information consistency will show up in our product, and assist with our communication to our customers. We want to remove any opportunities for miscommunication from our first design through the samples process, right through our production stages, ultimately leading to our finished product.”

Seth continued, “With DeSL’s PLM/SRM modules, we expect a substantial improvement in product development communication and faster sample and production execution - no more confusing, spreadsheets, fewer emails and our internal and external teams will be able to collaborate in real time within the system.”

Marc Friedman, VP North America commented, “As Seth had mentioned, the company was looking for a system that could improve communication and collaboration. DeSL PLM/SRM will deliver real world improvements.”

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