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CLO expands 3D simulation technology in Europe
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Dec '16
Courtesy: CLO Virtual Fashion
Courtesy: CLO Virtual Fashion
CLO Virtual Fashion, developers of 3D garment visualisation technologies to build a sustainable landscape for the fashion industries, is set to expand 3D simulation technology in the European market, with the opening of its new office in Munich, Germany, to provide customer service to help improve design development processes with 3D garment simulation.

With a substantial amount of current and potential users incorporating 3D technology in the Europe region, CLO realises the need for this technology and has seen a 121 per cent increase in European regional sales growth and almost a 300 per cent increase in European user growth from 2014 to 2016.

Industry trends show that fashion and retail brands in European markets are more apt to integrate 3D simulation into the product lifecycle. European companies typically have in-house sample rooms or are in close proximity to their manufacturers, and are therefore more aware of the sampling process and attuned to its pitfalls.

Daniel Seo, director of operations in Europe said, “In an effort to be closer to our larger clients based in Europe, it made sense to open an office in Munich. Furthermore, providing localised support while elevating our relationships with our European clients is part of our company philosophy as we have always been a company focused on the user, ultimately leading to an intuitive solution for the fashion and apparel industries.”

Additionally, the company announced recently the launch of CLO Enterprise 3.0 which improves on nonlinear simulation, linear garment measures, and symmetric arrangements catering for faster and more accurate design. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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