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Pakistan's ITL deploys SAP's business solutions for textile
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Nov '14
Pakistan-based International Textile Ltd (ITL) has deployed SAP’s business software solutions by entering into a partnership with SAP, to bring technology-driven success across its international textile manufacturing.

To support Pakistan’s Ministry of Textile Industry’s goal of reaching US$ 25 billion in textile exports by 2014, ITL has deployed SAP across finance, controlling, materials management and sales and distribution.

Adnan Khan, the director of ITL, said that in addition to improving ITL’s visibility and decision-making, SAP solutions have also helped ITL progress in vertical integration operating strategy, and support Pakistan’s growing textile-based economy.

In today’s data-driven world, SAP solutions will enhance ITL’s sales, distribution, and materials management, empowering ITL to compete at the highest level in the global market, he added.

Gergi Abboud, the managing director of SAP in Gulf and Pakistan, said textiles are one of the most important industrial sectors in Pakistan and SAP is committed to supporting the country’s industrial economic growth and ITL international expansion.

ITL is a global business, which services in the US, Canada, the European Union, and other important international markets. The company operates four business divisions including terry textiles, Muratec Jet Spinning (MJS), garments and trading. The product lines include yarn, wide range of terry products and related goods, fabrics, a full line of hospitality and healthcare products.

SAP’s Solutions for mill products, implemented by Siemens, Pakistan are expected to bring higher standards of performance at ITL enhancing the company’s leadership position and drive its international market expansion, which already includes customers in United States, the European Union, and Australia.

Textiles comprise 40 percent of Pakistan’s industrial labour. The World Economic Forum ranked Pakistan in the 49th position in ‘capacity for innovation’ in the Global Competitiveness Report 2013-2014, highlighting the potential for business technology solutions in supporting economic growth.

Headquartered in Karachi, ITL has invested substantially in state of the art technology, including its ability to manufacture MJS Yarn and fabric. These products are manufactured on air jet spinning technology from Murata Japan. The company is acknowledged as having one of the largest MJS footprints in Asia. (GK)

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