DTL FontMaster is developed using the Dutch Type Library’s twenty years of experience in the field of font production. In 1990, DTL started supplying digital typefaces after years of preparation. The company has since grown into the largest of its kind in The Netherlands.
Attention is focused primarily on the production of contemporary type designs, but DTL also revives valuable historic typefaces. The Dutch Type Library feels bound to the rich typographic tradition of The Netherlands, and DTL’s collection can be compared with the very best that the famous type foundries have produced in the past. The Dutch Type Library supports all possible font formats, including PostScript Type1, TrueType and OpenType for current operating systems, such as Mac OS, Windows and Linux.
The Dutch Type Library was commissioned to produce company typefaces for the European Union, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen Rotterdam and The Hague’s City Museum. Moreover, DTL supplies the company letters to the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), Germany’s Phoenix Television Broadcasting Company, Amnesty International USA, Emerson, F. van Lanschot Bankers, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Amsterdam Historic Museum, Frans Hals Museum the Dutch Open-air Museum, Museum Plantin-Moretus in Antwerp, the Royal Library in Brussels, the Royal Museum for Central Africa (Tervuren, Belgium), Oxford University Press, the Academisch Ziekenhuis Groningen (Groningen Teaching Hospital), Koninklijke Bam Groep, Heerema Group, Radio Nederland Wereldopmroep (World Service), Danish Railways (DSB), Agis Groep (health insurer), Finland’s most popular newspaper Helsingin Sonamat and banks and museums all over the world.
More information (DTL web site).