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It’s all about control Maintaining control over color has been, and continues to be, a primary concern of design and designrelated professionals throughout the world. Fortunately, the growing family of PANTONE Color Systems offers a reliable method of achieving consistent color from concept to reproduction. With over 40 years’ experience in the development of color languages, Pantone has become the world leader in electronic color technology, traditional graphics color systems and media-specific systems for textiles, coatings and plastics. Thousands of products licensed by Pantone are sold each year in over 65 countries – from paper, ink, textiles, etc. to computer hardware and software.

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The confidence you have in the PANTONE Color Systems would be impossible to uphold without safeguards. There has to be someone you can rely on to maintain the integrity of the PANTONE Color Systems. Someone has to act as the final authority.. Someone has to set standards to prevent deviations from any PANTONE-identified Color. That someone has to be Pantone. Before we put a PANTONE Identification on any color, Pantone color specialists check and re-check it to make sure it meets a rigid set of requirements. It is the only way we can be certain of protecting the unequalled color fidelity of PANTONE Color Systems technology. That is why we cannot allow any unauthorized or unchecked reproduction and distribution of PANTONE-identified Colors. This is done for your protection.

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Pantone offers and maintains an extensive licensing program enabling manufacturers to produce their products in PANTONE Colors and to identify the colors by its respective Pantone-approved color identification. Whether

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aitons, control and quality requirements. Written permission from Pantone, Inc.’s Licensing & Trademark Department is required prior to reproduction or digital display of a PANTONE Color with trademark and/or copyright identification or use of Pantone, Inc.’s trademarks for any color-related products and services.

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Virtually every color-dependent industry (from product design, fashion to software development) employs PANTONE Color product development specifications. Pantone’s unique ability to predict and lead with trends and technology has made us the market leader in color assurance systems.

to best determine the most appropriate licensing program for your needs. Once your project is underway, the licensing and trademark team can review materials, as needed, to help make sure everything meets the established reproduction and usage requirements.

Pantone, Inc. is an ISO 9001:2000 registered company. Printed in USA by Pantone, Inc. ©Pantone, Inc. 2001 All rights reserved.

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Before proceeding with your project, please call or write: Pantone, Inc. Licensing & Trademark Department 590 Commerce Boulevard Carlstadt, NJ 07072-3098 U.S.A. Telephone: 201-935-5500 Fax: 201-897-0242 E-mail: licensing&trademark@pantone.com

are protected by copyrights and include, for example, graphic presentations, color references, PANTONE Colors, PANTONE Names, numbers, formulas and software, and the foregoing may not be copied of published without the written permission of Pantone, Inc. An authorized claim by third parties that any referenced color or color system is the same as, or quivalent to, a color standard or color system of Pantone, Inc., may be a violation of Pantone, Inc.’s proprietary rights and is strictly prohibited. Similarly, any cross-referencing, in whole or in part, to any PANTONE Color

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PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM, PANTONE Process Color System, PANTONE Hexachrome, Hexachrome, PANTONE Textile Color System, PANTONE Plastics Color System, PMS, the PANTONE Hexachrome Logo, the PANTONE Chip Logo and the PANTONE Fan Chip Logo are Pantone, Inc.’s check-standard trademarks for color standards, color data, color reproduction and color reproduction materials, and other color-related products and services, meeting Pantone, Inc.’s specific-

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PANTONE you are preparing a corporate identity manual and packaging, or setting a manufacturers’ specification for colored products (e.g. ceramic tiles, thread, vinyl, printing inks), the use of PANTONE Colors with PANTONE Identifications in any manner, e.g., print, on product, digital displays, requires that specific rules, regulations and procedures be followed. We require that you contact Pantone for these rules, regulations and procedures.

A process made simple. Pantone color languages allow people to speak more clearly in a variety of industries. From product manufacturing and corporate identity, to visual merchandising or advertising/editorial development, the process involved in using the PANTONE Color Systems is simple. The first step is to decide what your needs are, and how you would like to use PANTONE Colors. Next, acompany representative should contact our Licensing & Trademark Department via phone, fax, or E-mail to obtain information regarding the identification and reproduction of PANTONE-identified Colors. Should a licensing arrangement be beneficial to both parties, we will work with you


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