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Posted Date: 8/13/2009

Brand I.D., Apparel Barcode and Trim Supplier, Reports Skyrocketing Growth

Brand I.D., an apparel barcode and trim supplier, recently announced that its business has tripled since 2005. The company, headquartered in Costa Mesa, CA, and Hong Kong,  reports it offers advanced trim management for hundreds of clothing manufacturers worldwide, including Calvin Klein, Vans, Oakley, Speedo, Quiksilver and Guess.

The company was formed in 1997 by Andrew Hockaday and Colin Cormac, applying Hockaday's background in garment manufacturing and Cormac's trim and technological expertise for its first customers.

Brand I.D. reports it offers companies boutique-style trims with a custom-designed web-enabled application that allows clients and their suppliers to interact using common electronic data interchange formats - resulting in a supply chain solution designed to reduce operational costs and facilitate on-time deliveries.

Customers can also order from an extensive, yet intuitive, online module, according to Brand I.D. "Our software enables us to do more with less, which in turn saves time and money, and these savings are passed on to our customers," says Hockaday. "Efficiency has become more important than ever in today's tough economic times."

for more information: www.brandid.com

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