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56 INDUSTRY PSI Journal 8-9/2016 SILVER JUBILEE SOL’S CELEBRATES 25TH ANNIVERSARY SOL’S, one of the European market leaders for promotional textiles, is celebrating its 25th anniversary. The company was founded in 1991 by the Parisian Alain Milgrom, a fashion enthusiast with the aim of changing the world of promotional textiles. Today SOL’S is a market leader in Europe. SOL’S – headquartered in Paris – is now represented in over 60 countries worldwide. The product range now includes 361 customizable products such as textiles, towels, caps, bags and much more. SOL’S is constantly growing, not least thanks to its innovative design team and a permanent stock of more than 25 million items. According to SOL’S, the company ships over one million cartons each year, 99.9 per cent of which reach the recipient punctually. Over 174 million units of SOL’s bestseller, the “Regent” T-shirt, have been sold since 1998. True to its motto “The Fair Spirit”, SOL’S has set benchmarks in the textile industry in terms of environmental protection, ethics and social responsibility. “We are extremely grateful to our customers and partners for their support over the past 25 years. Without their confidence in our work and values, the success story of SOL’s would not be possible. Thanks to this support, we have continually developed and improved and will continue to do so in the future, when we look ahead to the next 25 years,” says Alain Milgrom, the founder and president. < PRODUCT RANGE EXPANDED STABILO DISTRIBUTES MEISENBACH PRODUCTS The distribution of promotional writing instrumentsfromKarl Meisenbach GmbH & Co KG has been entrusted to Stabilo Promotion Products with immediate effect. The Odenwald-based company Meisenbach has been producing writing instruments since 1880. Until now, it was a supplier with around 60 employees and is now an independent subsidiary of the Schwan-Stabilo Group. Stabilo Promotion Products has extended its promotional products range to include numerous pens and inkliners from German production and will also offer many new possibilities of product variations and finishing in the future. The distribution of customised writing instruments for promotional purposes will now be carried out through Stabilo Promotion Products GmbH at the Stabilo headquarters in Heroldsberg near Nuremberg, Germany. < HALFAR PERSONNEL CHANGES IN THE FIELD SALES TEAM The industry professionals Miriam Sigges and Michael Baierl will be responsible for field sales in D-A-CH at Halfar from the beginning of September. Michael Baierl, most recently at Giving Miriam Sigges Europe, has more than 20 years of experience in the promotional products market and will be responsible for the South field sales (post codes 6 to 9, as well as Austria and Switzerland). Miriam Sigges can look back on over 10 years of experience in the back office at Halfar and after completing her Bachelor degree has chosen to work in the field sales team at Halfar. She will be responsible for Halfar customers in postcode areas 0 to 5. < DOMMER STUTTGARTER FAHNENFABRIK NEW SALES MANAGER Michael Baierl Carolin Buchanan has been appointed head of sales at Stuttgart Dommer Fahnenfabrik. The qualified wholesale and foreign trade clerk had previously been successfully responsible for the Beachflags and Displays sales division for several years at Dommer. With Carolin Buchanan, Dommer has chosen one of its own experienced employees for this demanding managerial position in sales and project management. The 33-year-old has already been working for nine years in sales at Dommer and is thus familiar with all the processes and structures. <

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