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Uster offers best resources for textile quality management

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Mar '19
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Uster offers multiple resources like tools and documents for understanding quality management from fibre to fabric. Today’s challenging market environment means quality is a sustainable competitive advantage, and Uster, the leading high-technology instrument manufacturer of products, is the unique source of the know-how and systems needed to deliver it.

“Uster has become a synonym for quality in textiles during the past seven decades. That is not just because of the ‘Think Quality’ slogan. Quality is in everything we do, every day. And that not only includes our engineers and product developers, but the entire staff – more than 600 employees worldwide,” CEO of the company Thomas Nasiou said in a press release.

An example of a really positive experience of this quality know-how comes when Uster’s technologists visit a mill to carry out an audit for Usterized re-certification. Mills always appreciate their expertise and advice, which helps them make the best use of their investments, as well as sharpen their processes for consistent and maximum value.

The Uster service technicians also bring a fund of knowledge, and are always glad to pass on maintenance tips, helping customers get the best out of their Uster equipment. Exclusively, Uster customers benefit from a direct line to expert know-how.

Another way, and it’s not only for customers, to access Uster experience and knowledge is through the Uster news bulletins, almost like technical textbooks, which have been circulating valuable information for many decades. The Uster news bulletin No. 50 (www.uster.com/unb50), for example, focuses on ‘managing a spinning mill with quality in mind’. It takes readers through all the stages of yarn production, with insights and recommendations for process optimisation, as well as providing clear visualisations and lists of key quality indicators and checkpoints.

The latest edition, Uster news bulletin No. 51 (www.uster.com/unb51), was published alongside the release of Uster Statistics 2018. It highlights the changes since the previous edition of Uster Statistics, with suggested reasons for the changes and trend analyses. Other chapters introduce the new characteristics of Uster Statistics 2018 and explain their use, with practical guidance for readers.

Now, Uster know-how is also available via an app for smartphones and mobile devices. The app, called Uster Insights, gives access to product information, textile knowledge and corporate news, anytime, anywhere. Anyone with an interest in textile quality is recommended to download it free of charge from the usual app stores.

The latest release of Uster Statistics is available as an app, meeting the industry’s mobile requirements. The app’s knowledge base, in 11 languages, is quickly accessible any time, even if no internet connection is available. Uster News Bulletins are also translated into several languages, making knowledge as widely accessible as possible. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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