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The Dutch Type Library (dtl) is producer and publisher of high-quality typefaces and developer of software for the professional font production. Established in the spring of 1990, dtl was the first of its kind in the Netherlands and has become the largest producer of new fonts in the Low Countries. The Dutch Type Library creates digital typefaces of the highest design- and technical quality, supporting all current digital, but also legacy font formats, including PostScript Type 1, TrueType, and OpenType (cff and ttf), for all current operating systems, including macOS, Windows, and Linux.
        Together with urw Type Foundry, the Dutch Type Library has developed dtl FontMaster, OTMaster, and FoundryMaster, which are tools for the professional font production. Initially programmed for internal use at the dtl and urw studios, the program evolved over the years and has become an ultimate powerful tool. dtl FontMaster is used by type manufacturers worldwide.
        Fonts of the Dutch Type Library have been used and are used for corporate identities all over the world, by large institutions and multinationals such as the

European Union, New York Stock Exchange, Amnesty International usa, Emerson, AstraZeneca, Heerema Group and Koninklijke bam Groep. dtl fonts have been or are still used by the Oxford University Press, the Gutenberg Gesellschaft and the Koninklijke Bibliotheek Brussel. Furthermore by museums like, for example, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen Rotterdam, Haags Gemeentemuseum, Centraal Museum Utrecht, Amsterdams Historisch Museum, Dordrechts Museum, Nederlands Openluchtmuseum, Museum Plantin-Moretus and Koninklijk Museum voor Midden-Afrika, Tervuren. The German broadcaster zdf/Phoenix and Radio Nederland Wereldomroep applied dtl fonts as corporate identity typeface, so did banks as the Austrian 3 Banken Gruppe and F. van Lanschot Bankiers.
        dtl supplied corporate typefaces to the Academisch Ziekenhuis Groningen, the Danish Railways dsb and to Agis Groep Zorgverzekeraars. The largest Finnish newspaper, Helsingin Saanomat, used dtl Documenta for more than a decade. Many leading graphic designers and publishers work with the sophisticated dtl fonts.

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