A Schulman launch its newest colour & technology trend collection

A Schulman to launch its newest colour & technology trend collection

10:13 AM, 9th May 2017
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AKRON, US: A Schulman Inc said that it will launch its fourth Be Colour! colour and technology trend collection.

A Schulman's Be Colour! colour and technology trend collection features the next generation of colour trend forecasts for the speciality materials market.

The 2018/2019 Be Colour! the collection gathers four forward-looking trends which are most relevant for markets within speciality materials. With its wide portfolio, the company is uniquely positioned to present a large of choice of materials predicting future consumer demand in terms of materials and colour.

"At A Schulman, our aim is to present the most compelling 2018/2019 trends for our customers. After observing the prevalent fall fashion trends, A Schulman partners with our renowned, international design consultants and analyses these macro trends as early as January to enable us to provide forward-looking colour recommendations to our global customers," stated Eric Parsons, VP, custom concentrates and services, A Schulman.

"Our comprehensive trend program has been designed to provide our customers with the best support possible regarding their colour and material choices for future-oriented high-end markets. Each of the four trend stories featured in the program has been evaluated by our material and colour experts, according to its relevance for six major industries such as mobility, sport, leisure & home, consumer electronics, packaging, building & construction and appliance," continued Parsons.

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