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Lectra to show lingerie linked software at Galleria Intima
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Aug '13
Lectra, the world leader in integrated technology solutions dedicated to industries using soft materials—fabrics, leather, technical textiles and composite materials, will be participating in Galleria Intima 2013, exhibition being organized by Intimate Apparel Association of India on 23rd and 24th August 2013 at Goa, India to showcase Lectra solutions specific to lingerie market.

The changing lifestyles and growing income levels in India has moved lingerie from just an innerwear to a fashion wear. The demand for branded lingerie has increased multifold in the last few years, which resulted in international lingerie brands to invest in India and also leading domestic lingerie brands to expand their operations. Lingerie manufacturers have realized that they have to automate and integrate their processes to be competitive in the market.

Lectra’s presence at Galleria Intima 2013 demonstrates the company’s commitment to maintain close relationships with its customers in India. With nearly 40 years’ experience in fashion and apparel, Lectra’s mission is to provide a complete spectrum of design, development, and production solutions to confront 21st century challenges.

“Our customers in India include leading lingerie and innerwear manufacturers. By implementing Lectra solutions, they are able to increase productivity, improve quality, make significant savings and thus increase profitability”, said Vasudeva K, Marketing Manager, Lectra India.

“Our solutions can create a clear competitive advantage for customers in the apparel industry, as they have the benefit of Lectra’s industry knowledge and experience embedded in the technology itself,” he added.

Lectra solutions help customers to overcome their manufacturing challenges

Lectra’s design solution Kaledo gives designers the power to create new styles and carry over bestsellers with easy-to-use, apparel-specific tools that cut down on development time. They can also create and maintain a customizable library of basic components for developing detailed, reusable styles and collection plans that take the guesswork out of short- and long-term style development.

Lectra’s product development solution for pattern-making, grading and 3D prototyping Modaris enables better fit thanks to a combination of intelligent pattern development tools and virtual sampling that support collaboration across departments and with suppliers, contributing to a more efficient supply chain from concept to production.

Lectra’s pre-costing and prototyping tools complete smart product development with precise material measurement and accelerated sampling that enable intelligent investments and resource management.

Lingerie articles contain several components, which are often small and intricately shaped. If the components are not cut well, there will be lapses in quality. The VectorLingerieMX has been developed to address this challenge and helps customers to cut the intricate shapes and delicate fabrics of lingerie articles without compromising quality.


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