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STAHLS’ Acquires Fulfill Engine

Manufacturer of machines for garment decoration expands fulfillment capabilities.

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Ted Stahl is the executive chairman of the board of GroupeSTAHL (left) and Jayson Tompkins, founder & CEO Fulfill Engine (right).

STAHLS’ (St. Clair Shores, MI) announced its acquisition of Fulfill Engine (Mount Pleasant, SC), a software technology company specializing in order fulfillment, supply chain management and e-commerce store integration. The move elevates the operation efficiency of sellers and customer garment production centers of all sizes — according to a press release from Stahls’. 

This acquisition marks the development of a platform that vertically integrates the many facets of apparel customization, spanning from the management of e-commerce stores to the precise control of supply chains, inventories, and overall production, culminating in a fully automated production solution — also per the release. 

“We are thrilled to welcome Fulfill Engine into the Stahls’ family,” Carleen Gray, CEO of Stahls’, is quoted in the release. “This acquisition aligns perfectly with our commitment to providing cutting-edge solutions to the apparel customization industry. Together, we are poised to simplify and optimize every step of the process, delivering unprecedented efficiency and scalability to our valued customers.”

“We couldn’t be more excited about teaming up with Stahls’,” Jayson Tompkins, CEO and founder of Fulfill Engine, was also quoted in the release. “This partnership is a perfect match as we blend our software expertise with Stahls’ heat print on demand capabilities. Efficiency is our shared goal, and we’re looking forward to the journey ahead!”

For more information, visit stahls.com.

 

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