As part of its global expansion programme, PRISYMID a leading label and labelling software developer is opening a new office in Sri Lanka to meet the needs of its growing customer base in the apparel and garment industry. The new 2,200sq ft facility situated near Colombo will provide high quality clothing label printing services to the textile industry, including local Marks & Spencers suppliers.

The Sri Lankan office will ensure PRISYMID is ideally located to offer a greater range and speed of services to new and existing customers in the area. As well as supplying bureau printed labels by flexo or thermal transfer overprinting, this regional office will hold stock on the shelf for the Marks & Spencers customer base.

Local man Luvi Seimon, who has 13 years experience in the industry and was previously a Sales Manager for Impressions, will head-up PRISYMIDs operation in Sri Lanka. Commenting on his appointment, Luvi said: I am delighted to be joining a company, which is a market leader in labelling solutions and look forward to further developing business opportunities here.

In addition to supplying the apparel industry, PRISYMID will also be introducing its full product range to the Asian market, which includes its specialist pharmaceutical software PRISYM Medica.

Mick Daw, CEO of PRISYM ID, comments: Our new venture in Sri Lanka is part of our continued growth and expansion in the global labelling and identification solutions market. Sri Lanka has long been a target market for us and we believe with our expertise and Luvis knowledge of the local market, the operation will be a great success.

The PRISYMID team has over 20 years experience in delivering high quality labelling and auto-identification solutions to companies in a wide range of industries. With offices in the UK and USA as well as an extensive network of international partners worldwide, the company is able to provide barcode, labelling, RFID and print solutions on a global scale. The company boasts a comprehensive range of software and consumables; from intuitive label design and print to automated track and trace systems.

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