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ETON 5000 to mark its presence at JIAM in Singapore
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Apr '08
Forty years after inventing the Unit Production System (UPS), Eton Systems will mark its participation in the JIAM 2008 event in Singapore on May 13-16 by introducing its all-new Eton 5000 manufacturing and management solution.

This 5th generation system features the fully integrated ETON 5000 syncro material handling system, ETON select shop floor and management software, and extended ETON Training & Support Services tailored specifically to address the manufacturing imperatives of today's apparel and sewn-products companies.

“Today's apparel and textile manufacturers are challenged to produce greater product variety in even faster delivery cycles”, stated Eton Vice President Mikael Davidson. “Not only do high levels of manual handling and excess work-in-process increase costs, they add process time and create barriers to the flexibility and speed these industries need to compete.”

“The requirement for shorter production series and greater flexibility lead us to develop the ETON 5000 System. With the support of our customers, we have taken flexibility and modularity to a new level. This system enables apparel and sewn-products companies to increase productivity, improve quality and deliver quicker than ever before; even as they produce smaller order sizes and shorter cycles.”

At JIAM 2008, the ETON 5000 system will feature best practices available to apparel and home textile producers. This system advances Eton's philosophy of the past 40-years: to build modularity and flexibility into every one of its custom-configured systems.

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