The first product to be launched based on this technology is the groundbreaking thread colouring attachment Coloreel Embroline that works with any existing embroidery machine. By instantly colouring a white base thread during the embroidery production, Coloreel enables complete freedom to create unique embroideries without any limitations in the use of colours.
This fall, production will start in Åtvidaberg, Sweden with the goal to completely disrupt the market with this innovation. The manufacturing will take place in Sweden during the first years of the production. Scanfil’s services to Coloreel include manufacturing, product development and sourcing activities. Scanfil will also support with all the logistics around the machines. With long experience of quality assurance, Scanfil also makes sure that their suppliers meet or exceed all environmental requirements. The cooperation between Coloreel and Scanfil started in the summer of 2017.
"We have been working many years with technology development, and Scanfil has a high level of competence in production, purchasing, quality assurance and industrialization. Together we have an efficient organization for producing good products," said Mattias Nordin, CEO at Coloreel.
"We are very pleased that Coloreel chooses Scanfil as its strategic partner. We have extensive experience working on developing and manufacturing technically advanced systems, which has been crucial for Coloreel. Another advantage is our industrial structure where our local units enable close dialogue with the customer regarding, for example, technologies, prototypes and volume ramp-up, while at the same time our global factory network can provide alternative production options throughout the product lifecycle," said Steve Creutz, managing director of Scanfil Åtvidaberg AB.
"It was important that Scanfil participated in the final phase of the development project. It has been a very good way to get to know each other and learn what our strengths are. For the strategic subsystems, Coloreel is in the final phase of negotiations with other international players," added Nordin.
"It’s very exciting that we together in this cooperation, a tech company and a production company can lead the development of the textile industry in Sweden," concluded Nordin. (RR)
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