ColDesi and Pantograms Merge Operations

Expanding training opportunities for their customers was a big reason for the merger, the companies say.

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Tampa, Florida-based ColDesi, a supplier of apparel decorating equipment for the embroidery and direct-to-garment markets, announces plans to merge with fellow Tampa company Pantograms, which offers heat transfer systems, digitizing software and single-head embroidery machines.

Both companies are providers of online training and apparel decorating equipment. ColDesi says the merger is aimed at widening training options for decorators.

“Our goal is to have the absolute best training and support system available anywhere in any industry,” says Scott Colman, president of ColDesi. “And our measure of success in this area will not stop or be compared to any industry standard; it will be infinite.”

Bryan Hall, client support manager at ColDesi, adds that he expects customers to benefit from “new faces with new ideas, more combined experience, access to additional equipment and education, and an increase in efficiency and synergy.”

SDG Staff

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