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Launch of 'Cut your Cutting Room' by Lectra
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Jun '10
Lectra is pleased to announce the launch of “Cut your Cutting Room” an initiative to aid the apparel manufactures in the region Tirupur & Coimbatore to make the cutting room operations world class. Announced by Daniel Harari, Lectra CEO and L J Prashanth, Managing Director of Lectra India, this initiative will help the Indian apparel manufacturers to make their cutting room operations world class.

Beginning with the Tirupur and Coimbatore region, it will be extended throughout India over the coming months. “Apparel manufacturers operate in an increasingly competitive environment and are under pressure to improve time to market and reduce costs, while expanding their product offer. In India, the fashion market is undergoing rapid transformation in order to supply both growing domestic and export demands.”

At Lectra, we believe it is our role to help our customers overcome the challenges their industries face. India is a key market for Lectra and our strong involvement will help Indian manufacturers to implement world class technologies to stay profitable in the challenging market situation. We will capitalize on Lectra's added-value solutions and services to create a clear competitive advantage for our customers and help them turn challenges into opportunities,” said Daniel Harari.

“It is a challenging time for the Indian apparel manufacturers and exporters to be competitive in the market as buyers are demanding quality products at the least possible price. Indian companies need to use most sophisticated technologies to remain competitive. Lectra's range of innovative solutions will open up new opportunities for Indian companies,” confirmed L J Prashanth.

“With the launch of 'Cut your Cutting Room' initiative in Tirupur and Coimbatore hub, we will be offering consulting study at apparel manufacturing facility to analyze and recommend the right processes and work flow for optimizing the cutting room. Our engagement will enable the Indian companies to embrace 'lean manufacturing' and achieve measurable fabric optimization, productivity benefits and operational savings with world class cutting room solutions.”

Lectra in India has clearly established its leadership position in the apparel, wind energy, aerospace and automotive markets. Implementation of Lectra's innovative solutions will enable customers to effectively manage planning and manufacturing processes, reduce fabric consumption, optimize product development and manufacturing time, improve product quality and reduce costs.

Lectra in India: a continuous support to its customers Lectra's subsidiary in India is headquartered in Bangalore. The Indian subsidiary organization includes trained teams and experts for Sales, Marketing, Technical Consulting and Service focused on developing new sales opportunities, building and strengthening customer relationships and support. In addition to its own subsidiary in India, Lectra has partnership with Magnum Solutions. Lectra India enjoys a strong position amongst the CAD/CAM solution providers and supports 450 customers.


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