Inventory is disappearing and this is what is making it possible.

Noga Chen
March 15, 2018

Brands are shrinking their inventories…not because they want to but because they have to. Take Nordstrom’s inventory less store – a
flagship store that offers boutique type services with in house stylists and
catalogs to browse through. For consumers, the choice of apparel remains endless.
When you scroll through online stores it seems that stocks are overflowing..but
are they?  Brands are shuffling goods around as they are ordered and are keeping low inventories in actual shops…but

With Digital Textile Printing
inventories can be a thing of the past.
You can sell what you have yet to
produce…be in an inventory less store or on an ecommerce platform.

Digital printing means that
one-offs are not a big deal…they are the norm.

And that means good things
for everyone

For the environment – no more mass production and the waste that comes with it
– waste of resources, space, time and money. 

For manufacturers
– reduced risk of inventory – produce on demand and never
turn another short run down again

For the consumer
– your imagination can be printed…every garment can be unique

And it doesn’t end there…all textiles can be printed on demand and that extends the market so much further. Home fabrics can be customized and printed per meter as they needed.

Seems too good to be true?

Listen to how FMO, India are producing
apparel and home décor products on demand using clean production methods that are sustainable, practical and fast.

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