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Superfit Taps Former Harry Winston Manufacturing Director to Lead Production Team

He brings an extensive experience in luxury jewelry manufacturing.




(PRESS RELEASE) PHILADELPHIA, PA — Superfit Inc, manufacturers of the unique CLIQ technology of custom-fit rings, has tapped industry manufacturing veteran Blane Soper to head its production team.

Soper has extensive experience in luxury jewelry manufacturing. Immediately prior to joining Superfit, he served as director of manufacturing at Harry Winston, the world-renowned luxury jeweler and diamond house based in New York City.

In addition to his tenure at Harry Winston, Soper was the production manager for Kurt Gaum Inc. for almost a decade, and spent more than 16 years as the technical manager for luxury retailer Hamilton Jewelers, headquartered in Princeton, NJ.

In his role at Superfit, Soper will help grow the CLIQ brand by increasing production capacity while maintaining the company’s strict standards of quality and sustainability.

Superfit is a second-generation family-owned jewelry manufacturer, world-renowned for its patented custom-fit technology. The company has offered its proprietary technology for more than 30 years, experiencing even more rapid growth in recent years as consumers increasingly demand customized products across all categories.

Superfit president Eric Alulis said, “Blane’s experience leading one of the highest quality fine jewelry production facilities in the world will be a great asset as we scale our capacity for future growth. We are excited to have Blane lead our production team to help us maintain our commitment to the highest standards of quality and sustainability.”


Soper added, “With the CLIQ brand on the cusp of significant growth, I am thrilled to help scale it up and lead it into the future with state-of-the-art manufacturing and production capabilities.”



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