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Intertek launches CAD E-Fit Service for apparel in India
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Nov '14
Intertek, one of the leading multinational inspection, product testing, and certification companies, headquartered in London, has launched Computer Aided Design (CAD) E-Fit Support Service in apparel manufacturing in Gurgaon city, India.

The Support Service facility uses a combination of hardware and software systems and is capable of providing services to the manufacturers across the country through HD video conferencing. The system is a significant milestone in the garment industry that will reduce the lead time in pre-production process to yield competitive advantage. The service will help manufacturers in creating 3D designs and patterns, as well as showcase fabrics stitched onto a virtual model to visualise the final product, Intertek said in a statement.

As technology evolves and improves in the textile industry, consumer preferences and demands change, making timely delivery with reliable quality a necessity for manufacturers. The CAD E-Fit Support Service enables storage of various designs along with the tracking of modifications to provide fast and accurate manufacturing solutions to the industry.

The support system also enables elimination of the delay in the pre-production as well as the approval stage. CAD and E-Fit Services will also provide successful use of mass customization strategies for benefit of the manufacturers and suppliers.

Mr. Rajesh Saigal, the regional managing director, Intertek, South Asia, said, “In India’s fast-growing retail clothing market, we see significant opportunities for international and domestic players. Intertek is dedicated to support the increasing demand for textile manufacturing in India through innovations like this, which will help the manufacturers realize cost efficiencies and speed up the delivery process, in addition to providing quality testing of their products. This will help our manufacturers solidify global competencies and enhance acceptability in global markets.”

Mr. Manish Kumar, the regional director – Softlines and country manager for Sri Lanka, Mauritius, and Madagascar, said, “Intertek has been a leader in the textile-testing market in India since its entrance in 1996. With CAD E-Fit Support Services, we are looking at helping Indian manufacturers with a proactive approach. Reduced costs and better compliance practices will certainly ensure huge dividends to boost the market and product base of garment manufacturing and textile exports.”

Intertek supports Softlines retailers, manufacturers, distributors and suppliers in the testing of textiles and apparels. The company provides up-to-date technical training seminars sharing the latest information on regulations, product standards, basic textile fundamentals, textile testing, labeling, and more with clients both on-site and off-site. (GK)

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