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Indonesian lingerie firm implements ThreadSol IntelloCut
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May '18
Courtesy: Threadsol
Courtesy: Threadsol
Sumbiri, an Indonesian lingerie manufacturer, has implemented ThreadSol’s flagship product IntelloCut in its factory Pt. Sumber Bintang Rejeki with an aim of holistic tracking of fabric and a boost to topline. IntelloCut is an artificial intelligence based fabric planning solution, which helps manufacturers cut more garments with the same amount of fabric.

Pt. Sumber Bintang Rejeki is one of the most reputed lingerie manufacturers of Indonesia. Established in 2001 with the most modern, best warp knit and circular knit machineries, also supported by a full range of dyeing, finishing and printing facilities.

ThreadSol’s IntelloCut has facilitated comprehensive style-based and order-based fabric tracking without any manual efforts. The IntelloGreen Tab App made it possible for Sumbiri to record the fabric used on the cutting floor. IntelloCut also replaced their manual reporting systems with automated reporting systems. Their teams are now spared of the manual efforts in calculating daily cutting, checking lay slips etc.

“IntelloCut is our additional step towards automation on the cutting floor. After the implementation of IntelloCut, our factory now has a complete track of fabric, and the exact on floor wastage” said Marinee Yuprapan, owner, PT. Sumber Bintang Rejeki (Sumbiri, Indonesia) on her IntelloCut implementation experience. She also added, “It is easier to analyse the gap between buying and achieved consumption.”

“It was a pleasure to work with such a great team lead by Ms. Marinee Yuprapan. Their ability and dedication to learn the software were one of the key contributors to a successful implementation,” said Ankit Awasthi, Threadsol’s sales director, Indonesia.

ThreadSol’s products, IntelloCut and IntelloBuy, together offer complete enterprise material management that assists manufacturers in saving their fabric costs while boosting their top line and bottom-line by up to 10 per cent. (KD)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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