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10 PSI 2016 SPECIAL PSI Journal 3/2016 www.psi-network.de QUALITY IS BECOMING INCREASINGLY IMPORTANT e young, you dynamic trio from Dresscue in Berlin participated at the PSI SI for the first time. At the PSI Trade Show, the company gave it a shot to gain access to a greater market. “We offer corporate fashion and promotional textiles as well as all kinds of finishing that are techni- cally possible. So far, we have received a lot of good inquiries and are satisfied with the contacts – and we have a good gut feeling. We attach great importance to meeting all quality standards – an issue that is becoming increasingly important. Our decision as to whether we will come again will depend on how the trade show develops.” Christian Bütow, Robert Lehmann and Marius Paul, Dresscue Daniel Karlsson, Custom Jackets MORE CUSTOMISATION IS IMPOSSIBLE Jackets in Swedish design according to the customer’s wishes – Custom Jackets makes it possible: The customer can not only choose the fabric, the functions or a pantone colour, but also all kinds of details such as zips, buttons, covers, straps and lots more. Customisation is done using various techniques. Special designs can be realised from 100 pieces. “We are a small, highly specialised company with a special offer that is attracting significant interest. We have already established good contacts and are very satisfied. It is no coincidence that this is our second appearance in the Textile Area,” explains Daniel Karlsson.

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