REPUBBLICA DI SAN MARINO — October 15, 2020 — Garmon Chemicals (Garmon), a chemical solutions brand for the denim and apparel industry under the Kemin Textile Auxiliaries business unit, has completely revamped its technical and digital assets by transforming its creative laboratory into Garmon Studio and launching a new website. The new tools reinforce the brand’s identity and enhance communication and service for Garmon’s customers.
The newly transformed Garmon creative laboratory, previously known as The Italian Job, has been rebranded Garmon Studio. The laboratory and showroom have been revamped to synergize the brand’s image to the market. As a fundamental part of Garmon Studio, the internal laundry capability has been updated with new tools and equipment to empower Garmon’s technical activity when developing new styles and testing products. Inside Garmon Studio, customers will find a refreshed showroom with new garment collections and product-dedicated spaces.
“The refreshed Garmon Studio marks an important first step in the next generation of technical service that we are able to provide to our customers around the world. In this new normality, we must think differently about how to interact with all our direct and indirect customers to provide innovative and sustainable solutions with our chemistry,” says Garmon Studio Manager Lorenzo Rossi, who was appointed to his position in April.
Alongside the launch of Garmon Studio, Kemin Textile Auxiliaries has created a new website to refresh the entire aesthetic of Garmon Chemicals and vastly improve user experience while keeping consistent with the brand’s visual identity that is familiar to customers. The new site uses interactive, responsive design to allow customers to easily find new and interesting content, making their time on the website pleasant and useful. The website was created in partnership with Garmon’s marketing team, a specialized web agency and the internal digital marketing team at Kemin Industries.
The newly branded Garmon Studio also includes a new logo — which will be displayed on every garment that has been developed — that combines the performance of Garmon products with the company’s distinctive Italian style that customers have come to love and expect.
Posted October 19, 2020
Source: Kemin Industries