Dennicci Joins CWI Group

Licensed babywear specialist Paul Dennicci has confirmed that it has become part of the CWI/Suntex & Mitsui & Co group of companies, parent company of a number of other apparel companies, including Blues Clothing.

Andrew Farrow, md of Paul Dennicci, said that there was ‘perfect synergy’ with the group of companies. The licensee is now part of a global network, which will further bolster its plans to remain the number one company in licensed babywear.

“It is my pleasure to join this esteemed group,” said Andrew. “It is business as usual for Paul Dennicci – for myself and all our dedicated staff, distribution warehouse and office, nothing is changing. We will continue to work with all our clients factories and licensors to ensure that we deliver great product to all our customers.”

A previous Progressive Preschool Award winner, (its Star Wars Baby Range for Mothercare was named the Best Preschool Apparel or Accessories Range in 2015) Paul Dennicci has been named Best Licensed Preschool Apparel Range (0-5 years) at The Licensing Awards for the last three years – for its Peter Rabbit Collection for Mothercare (2017), Star Wars Babywear for Tesco (2016) and Star Wars Baby Range for Mothercare (2015).

The CWI/Suntex & Mitsui & Co group also owns apparel companies Cohen and Wilks and Brecrest, as well as Smithy Green and GWG Garments.

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