STAHLS’ Hosts Global Company Meeting

40 members from company's leadership team met to collaborate, share insights, and align strategies for the future.

Global company meeting at STAHLS' Europe (Image courtesy STAHLS')

STAHLS’, a global apparel decoration technology, software, and equipment manufacturer, recently held its biannual global meeting in Dillingen, Germany, with over 40 members of its leadership team from four continents, with every discipline represented including software innovation, IT, manufacturing, global sustainability, customer service, education, marketing, finance, branding, licensing and commercial sales.

According to STAHLS’, this event marked a significant milestone in its commitment to “driving innovation while ensuring the highest quality and connected manufacturing across the globe.”

With a focus on its corporate philosophy of innovation, the meeting showcased initiatives aimed at enhancing product quality standards, patent protection, and other global initiatives designed to benefit heat printing technology customers worldwide.

“Our global company meeting underscores our unwavering commitment to innovation and quality assurance throughout all our manufacturing processes,” said Carleen Gray, CEO of STAHLS’. “When it comes to garment decoration technology, we are dedicated to fostering a culture of innovation and excellence, ensuring that our products and services meet the highest standards of quality and reliability for our customers around the world.”

The meeting brought together the company’s global leadership team to collaborate, share insights, and align strategies for the future. Topics of discussion included sustainability, the latest advancements in heat press technology, best practices in heat transfer quality assurance, manufacturing and distribution expansion plans, the future of custom apparel, and how software is changing the game.

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Marie Fennema is the managing editor of GRAPHICS PRO, including GRAPHICS PRO Today, covering news and guidance in apparel decoration, awards and engraving, and sign and digital printing.

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