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GSD to market Mr Engineer tools to sewn products sector
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Jan '16
GSD Corporate Ltd, which is part of Coats Global Services, has signed an exclusive agreement with Mr Engineer to market its solutions to the international sewn products industry.

According to a Coats press release, Mr Engineer is a real-time monitoring solution that combines engineering best practice with strategic tools to increase operator productivity and efficiency.

“By mapping operator practice and performance against an established cycle time, it captures and quantifies down-time, tracking every cycle to provide an accurate picture of operator pace,” it added.

“Mr Engineer's software and hardware work as one to increase operator productivity, manage costs and improve quality across a wide range of factory operations,” Coats explained in the press release.

“The software has recently been upgraded with new technologies and enhanced features and is a natural fit with GSD,” the company said.

MD at GSD Paul Timson said, “This is an important next step in the expansion of the range of GSD business solutions that helps sewn products industry increase productivity and drive efficiency.”

Jerry Tew, CEO at Mr Engineer too said, “Our areas of expertise are highly complementary and we are delighted to be associated with a company with such a strong and distinguished global presence.”

“Our product has always championed the importance of the operator in manufacturing and we believe this agreement will enable us to reach a greater range of global manufacturers,” Tew informed.

While GSD (Corporate) Ltd will act as the primary sales conduit, Mr Engineer LLC will be responsible for ongoing product development and day-to-day global support.

The partnership with Mr Engineer follows the announcement in May 2015 that Coats acquired 100 per cent of GSD Corporate Ltd after a one year successful strategic alliance. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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