Cadica's latest acquisition improves the company's traceability capabilities

YarnsandFibers News Bureau 2021-06-16 10:27:29 – Italy

The Italian firm, Cadica Group is about to enhance its goods in order to make them more traceable in the future. Etichetta 2000, a 30-year-old woven and printed labels firm that specialized in the sale of anti-counterfeiting goods and services like QR code labeling, bespoke holographic strips, and tracking technologies like RFID and NFC, was acquired by the Italian trimmings manufacturer.

E2K online software, a web-based tool for managing changeable data on item labels, is also developed by the business. The E2K password-protected technology offers better control over the quantities generated by each supplier and helps maintain quality standards for garments and labeling by enabling diverse manufacturing locations access to the same digital information and reports.

E2K keeps track of all registered orders in a database and is therefore easily traceable. The information on the labels might be constant, such as the brand name, or changeable, such as the garment's composition and washing instructions.

Cadica Group claimed in a news statement that the strategic relationship will help the firm to consolidate its position in the luxury market, which is more demanding and attentive to the sustainability of its goods.

Cadica, which is known for its market-ready designs and high-quality trimmings, has shifted its attention in recent collections to natural and recyclable materials. The company's "The New Normal Collection" includes goods made from recycled cotton and recycled felt, as well as soluble accessories that dissolve in water and goods that are 100% biodegradable and compostable.

Cadica has previously offered solutions such as scannable tags and labels with hologram imagery to help verify a product's authenticity, but the company claims that Etichetta 2000 will enable it to offer "more complete proposals and an internalized production that will allow us to present an even more advanced offer.

CEO of Cadica Group, Masismo Stefanello, said this acquisition will enable them to provide an even broader choice of goods to their clients, anticipating their requirements in terms of innovation, quality, and service in an even more comprehensive way.

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