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Lectra will present Industry 4.0 solutions at CISMA 2019

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Aug '19
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Lectra will participate in CISMA 2019, the China International Sewing Machinery & Accessories Exhibition taking place at Shanghai New International Expo Centre from September 25 - 28. At CISMA, Lectra will launch in Asia its new Industry 4.0 solutions for fashion, automotive and furniture industries, providing visitors with a unique customer experience.

Developed on Industry 4.0 principles, the solutions will support companies in their digital transformation by using data, artificial intelligence, the industrial Internet of things and cloud technology, said Lectra in a press release.

As an Industry 4.0 pioneer, Lectra’s mission is to help brands, manufacturers and retailers meet industry challenges by crafting the premium technology solutions that facilitate the digital transformation of their industry. Lectra provides companies with expertise and advanced integrated technology to help them achieve operational excellence, produce superior-quality products and successfully reach their goals.

Lectra will make history with Fashion on Demand by Lectra, fashion’s first end-to-end personalisation offer. Fashion on Demand by Lectra will automate the entire personalisation process, from order reception and product development, to the final cutting stages. Resulting from a four-year research-and-development process, the revolutionary digital solution for on-demand production comes in three packages for a modular and scalable offer: made to order for sampling, small series and quick assortment; made to customise for customisation orders; and made to measure for made-to-measure clothing.

Furniture on Demand by Lectra is the industry’s first end-to-end solution, from order processing to cutting for customised furniture manufacturing. This breakthrough solution gives furniture companies the ability to make customisation and small series production processes more agile, productive and profitable. It is composed of two packages: Made to Customize and Made to Order. The Made to Order process starts with automatic creation of the cutting order. Made to Customize begins further upstream, automating creation of furniture components directly from the customer order.

CISMA visitors will have the opportunity to discover how these revolutionary solutions can help companies produce highly customised products, enhance competitive advantages, gain customer loyalty and increase revenues. During the event, Lectra will also showcase other innovative solutions for the fashion, automotive and furniture industries.

For companies that breathe life into our wardrobes, car interiors, furniture and more, Lectra is crafting the premium technologies that facilitate the digital transformation of their industry. Lectra’s offer empowers brands, manufacturers and retailers, from design to production, providing them with the market respect and peace of mind they deserve. Founded in 1973, today Lectra has 32 subsidiaries across the globe, serving customers in over 100 countries. (PC)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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