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Arvind Ltd achieves greater efficiency with Lectra tool
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Apr '12
The third largest producer of denim in the world, Arvind Ltd also specializes in producing finished denim garments for major international brands and its own local labels. Manufacturing at multiple sites in Bangalore, India, Arvind currently exports more than 600,000 units per month. Its manual processes, however, have been counterproductive to the company's growing success, causing delays, production errors, and waste.

To improve operations, increase production capacity, integrate process, save materials, and enhance productivity, Arvind chose to implement Lectra's Optiplan cut order planning solution along with Lectra's DiaminoFashion ExpertPro marker-making solution.

Arvind now enjoys all the benefits of automated processes as well as Lectra's shared expertise. Lectra's automated development and production solutions have enabled Arvind to meet their challenges faster and more effectively.

Arvind was facing significant challenges in cutting room planning at its various sites. Excess fabrics and fabric shortages were causing major inefficiencies in their production. Organization of cutting order was not optimized, leading to wasted time and resources. The company came to Lectra, seeking to improve their operations level, increase efficiency, reduce material consumption, and enhance productivity in its various departments by using sophisticated technology, ideally through the creation of a centralized cutting facility.

Lectra's business specialists carried out a process analysis of Arvind's manufacturing processes. They studied the existing methods used and detected production bottlenecks. After a thorough evaluation, Lectra proposed an integrated solution including DiaminoFashion ExpertPro marker-making software and Optiplan Expert cutting room planning software, which would be a powerful complement to a new centralized cutting facility. “We are extremely happy with the support received and the quality of the partnership developed with Lectra,” says Mr. Ashish Kumar, Arvind's CEO.

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