Go Straight to Production – Eliminate Lab Dip Submissions

October 22, 2020

Go Straight to Production – Eliminate Lab Dip Submissions
Recorded October 22, 2020
Presented by Keith Dartley, Swisstex Direct

This presentation will address the following:

  • Eliminate lab dip and bulk submits
  • Definable capability
  • Traceable performance
  • Open transparency
  • ROI & value

About the Speaker
Keith Dartley
is the president and co-founder of Swisstex Direct, LLC, a circular knit manufacturer with facilities in the United States and El Salvador, whose major customers include Nike, Adidas, Under Armour, The North Face and Vineyard Vines among others.

Before founding Swisstex Direct, Keith managed the sales and operations of several textile manufacturing firms in Los Angeles. Keith has been a consistent contributor to several textile networks and educational institutions such as AAPN, Cotton USA, FIDM and the Apparel News. Along with his two children, Keith lives in Manhattan Beach CA.

Keith holds a BA in business marketing from Colorado State University.

About the Moderator
For the past three decades, Bob Chin has been a leader in Color Innovation and Management.  He is currently the Director of Business Process Management for Under Armour’s Innovation team and is also accountable for Color and Print Operations.  Bob’s previous work includes Digital Innovations for Graphic Arts, Signage, and Home Décor as well and Research and Development for the Paint industry.  

Bob has been honored with multiple patents and awards for his contributions to various industries.  He holds an Imaging Science Degree (BS) from Rochester Institute of Technology and currently resides in Maryland.

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