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Massif selects TEXbase for Material Lifecycle Management
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Massif, the world's leading supplier of flame resistant, high performance apparel to the military, law enforcement and other high risk professions has chosen TEXbase to streamline their material development, color approval and compliance processes.

“TEXbase offers a unique value proposition that simplifies our workflow and inherently provides the supply chain collaboration that empowers our team to innovate while maintaining the utmost in product quality” says Jeff Bowman, Chief Operating Officer at Massif.

“When people, process and technology all converge in a winning formula, it results in a partnership that simply feels natural and we are extremely proud to partner with Jeff and the Massif team. The opportunity to provide our Materials, Color, Quality and Connect solutions that collectively enable Massif to more efficiently deliver product to people with the world's most dangerous jobs is an honor” states Eric Rathbun, TEXbase Vice President of Global Customer Solutions.

Massif Mountain Gear Company is a world leader in supplying flame-resistant, high performance outdoor apparel to the military, law enforcement, search and rescue professionals, and the wildland firefighting community. Over the past decade, Massif has revolutionized the look and feel of flame-resistant clothing with innovative fabrics and forward-thinking designs, offering a new generation of high-end gear that provides protection without sacrificing comfort or performance.

TEXbase Inc


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