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Bangladesh's apparel firm deploys ThreadSol software
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Jun '15
Bangladesh’s apparel company, Kenpark and Regency, units of Hirdaramani group, have successfully implemented the flagship solution, IntelloCut, by ThreadSol Softwares, the pioneer of Enterprise Material Management.

Kenpark and Regency are the first to join the consortium of ThreadSol powered factories in Bangladesh. Kenpark is a benchmark apparel manufacturer of Bangladesh catering to demand from markets such as Europe, UK, US, Australia, and Japan. Regency is a leading firm in knitted manufacturing and export market in Bangladesh and caters to the cross section of the quality conscious medium and small-sized global clientele, according to a press release.

ThreadSol solutions not only ensure fabric cost saving but also reduce the work load and effort on the production floor, making it a widely accepted solution in the world.

Suresh De Silva, GM at Regency said, “IntelloCut has reduced our effort by effectively handling multiple fabric groups and planning all end pieces which would otherwise be wasted. Indeed a solution worth recommending.”

Anas Shakil, business development head Bangladesh said, “Kenpark & Regency are truly benefiting from IntelloCut. The wastage in both the facilities has reduced to less than 1 per cent, which is remarkable.”

IntelloCut and IntelloBuy, products of ThreadSol, together offer complete Enterprise Material Management that helps manufacturers boost their top line by 50 per cent by virtue of fabric cost saving at the buying stage and reduced process loss at the factory level. (GK)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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