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Lingerie specialist Van de Velde selects Lectra VectorLingerieMX
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Apr '08
Lectra, the world leader in integrated technology solutions dedicated to the fashion industry, is pleased to announce that Van de Velde, specialist in luxury lingerie, has acquired the VectorLingerieMX to optimize its production.

Established in 1919, Van de Velde designs and manufactures luxurious women's lingerie under the brand names Marie Jo, Marie Jo L'Aventure and PrimaDonna with impeccable product quality as their main objective.

In line with this philosophy, core activities such as design, product development, prototyping, fabric cutting, and quality control are performed at the company's headquarters in Schellebelle, Belgium.

Guided by the desire to satisfy their very demanding clientele of around 5 000 people worldwide, the company presents 300 new models and ships more than five million finished articles per year.

Van de Velde: stringent specifications
With a view to guaranteeing permanent quality products, whilst at the same time increasing productivity, Van de Velde carried out a study of the different options available on the market.

One of the biggest challenges faced by the company is to ensure the highest possible cutting quality for all the components that are used to make their products.

Lingerie articles contain many components, which are often small and intricately shaped, and the slightest fault in cutting complicates the whole system, and may lead to a serious drop in product quality.

Having tested and assessed existing machines, in the end, Van de Velde settled on the Lectra VectorLingerieMX which provided the best offer in terms of quality, efficiency and productivity.

Lectra's VectorLingerieMX unmatched quality and productivity:
Combining precision cutting with production flexibility, exceptional output and high-volume cutting capacity, Lectra's VectorLingerieMX is ideal for cutting small, intricately-shaped lingerie pieces.

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