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The power of pantone: Matching your logo with precision.

Understanding Pantone colours:

The Pantone colour matching system is a universally recognised colour standard used across various industries, including graphic design, printing, and textiles. Each colour is assigned a unique code, allowing for precise replication across different mediums and materials – if you print your logo on a business card it should match your polo shirt embroidery and your van or shopfront signage.


In the world of branding and design, colour plays a vital role in conveying messages and establishing brand identity. Pantone colours, with their standardised system and extensive range, have become a cornerstone of colour communication across industries. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the significance of Pantone colours and how we use them to ensure your logo looks accurate and consistent across all your branding.

If your office in New York order business cards and the Europe office order clothing, using a Pantone colour will ensure consistency across the globe.

The importance of colour consistency:

Consistency is key when it comes to branding, and colour consistency is no exception. Whether it’s on marketing materials, packaging, or workwear, maintaining consistent colours reinforces brand recognition and loyalty. This is where Pantone colours shine, providing a reliable reference point for achieving colour consistency across diverse applications.

How SP Workwear matches Pantone colours to logos:

At SP Workwear, we understand the importance of accurately matching Pantone colours to our customer’s logos. Here’s how we ensure precision in colour matching:

  1. Customisation expertise: Our team works closely with customers to understand their branding requirements. We consider factors such as logo colours, brand guidelines, and fabric characteristics to achieve optimal colour matching results. Our experts spend time matching colours to ensure your logo prints or embroiders accurately.
  2. Sample approval process: Before proceeding with production, we provide/offer customers with visuals and samples showcasing the Pantone-matched colours on the selected workwear items. This allows customers to review and approve the colours, ensuring satisfaction with the final product.
  3. Quality assurance: We maintain strict quality control measures throughout the production process to uphold the integrity of the Pantone-matched colours. Our commitment to quality ensures that customers receive workwear that accurately represents their brand identity. If we aren’t happy with the final product, we will fix it before it leaves us.

Pantone colours serve as a powerful tool for expressing brand identity and maintaining colour consistency across various applications.
At SP Workwear, we use many techniques to match Pantone colours to our customer’s logos with precision and accuracy.
By partnering with SP Workwear, businesses can confidently showcase their brand identity on customised workwear, knowing that their logo colours will be faithfully reproduced. Experience the power of Pantone matching with SP Workwear and elevate your brand to new heights.

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Why Pantone matching matters:

  1. Brand cohesion – Matching Pantone colours ensures consistency across all brand touchpoints, reinforcing brand cohesion and recognition.
  2. Professionalism – Accurate colour matching demonstrates attention to detail, which reflects positively on the brand’s image.
  3. Brand differentiation – Precisely matched Pantone colours help businesses stand out in a crowded marketplace, enhancing brand differentiation and memorability.