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Seweasy & VITAS join to optimise apparel sewing wage value
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Jan '16
Sri Lankan apparel software exporter Seweasy and Vietnam Textile & Apparel Association (VITAS) have struck a partnership to optimise value for wages in the apparel industry.

“Sri Lanka's honorary consul in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Kevin Perera facilitated establishing the partnership, while Sri Lanka Export Development Board organised the trade promotion delegation,” a press release informed.

According to Seweasy, the highly competitive apparel export industry demands delicate balance in skills development, in order to reduce labour turnover and absenteeism leading to sustainable profits on garment exports.

“Seweasy Cloud Based Industrial Engineering (IE) software is a global benchmark in labour estimation useful to optimise value for the wages paid,” said Keerthi Abe, MD of SewEasy.

Seweasy is a software system used to compute sewing time, the important component in labour costing, computation of line efficiency, lean implementation, capacity planning, lead time management and line balancing.

The Walmart/ASDA Buying Office uses Seweasy for their George Lean Program and it is the world's leading provider of garment sewing data.

Seweasy is among the three global Industrial Engineering (IE) systems recognised by the Manchester University UK.

Seweasy serves large and medium garment producers across the globe, enabling the manufacturers to benefit from simplified productivity improvement and cost reduction techniques based on MTM since 1996. (AR)

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