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Zilingo helps Cambodian textile units raise efficiency

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Singapore-headquartered global fashion-technology platform Zilingo recently collaborated with the Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC) and the Cambodia Garment Training Institute (CGTI) to bring a new form of digitisation to the country’s garment factories by increasing efficiency and reducing defects through its proprietary production software.

The software allows factories to use real-time production data to produce actionable performance reports that will help factories improve efficiency and productivity, according to Cambodian media reports.

The software increases a factory’s production efficiency by 10 to 12 per cent, by giving management real-time access to data on a smartphone, laptop or tablet, said Sosakol Yin, business development manager of Zilingo.

He said that the software will assist in removing pen and paper from the production line as the software automatically records production data and generates actionable reports. Yin added that it also allows for quality control and production staff to identify garment defects and other faults.

GMAC operations manager Ly Tek Heng said the association has invited Zilingo to share its new technology system in garment, shoe and bag factories.

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