Poly-Version Takes Brand Assurance to a New Level
Just being cost-competitive, however, cannot sustain a business long-term. In addition to operating very efficiently and innovating continuously—Poly-Version owns eight U.S. patents—our company must do more to sustain and grow our position in the hair care market.
In serving high-value brands, Poly-Version has found sustainable advantage in ensuring our products and business practices reflect well on the companies we do business with. This means not just making sure that customers’ instruction sheets look like they should and arrive at customers’ factories on time, but also that we demonstrate corporate citizenship on par with—and preferably even beyond—what’s required by our customers.
Implicit in working with Poly-Version is the promise we will not tarnish our customers’ brands. It’s supply chain assurance taken to a higher level. We believe this is one of the things that keeps customers coming back to us, despite proliferating options from foreign suppliers.
- Part 2 (March 28): Conserving Natural Resources
Phil Goldschmiedt is the owner of Poly-Version, Inc. (formerly a division of Tyco International), a New Jersey manufacturer of disposable gloves laminated to printed instruction sheets. Poly-Version supplies companies such as L’Oreal, Revlon and Clairol. He is also owner of YATZ Properties. Prior to Poly-Version, Phil spent 15 years in the music business as Production VP of the record label Audio Fidelity, which produced and distributed globally various genres of music. Phil received his BA from Queens College and graduate studies at St. John’s University.