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BarcoVision to monitor Birla Century Jagadia Plant
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Mar '08
BarcoVision is pleased to announce that CENTURY TEXTILES Ltd, India's leading producer of shirting, suiting and denim fabric, has purchased the complete BarcoVision integrated Manufacturing Execution System for its newly built BIRLA CENTURY plant in Jagadia, Gujarat, India. The BarcoVision MES systems will allow BIRLA CENTURY Ltd. to optimize its production cycle.

The system will be installed connecting the spinning department, the warp preparation department, the weaving machines, the finishing machines, the dye house and the inspection department.

Yarn inventory software will handle the movement of yarns through the plant and traceability software will allow a complete tracing of each fabric roll produced in the mill. In total, more than 700 production machines will be monitored by the system.

In the spinning department the company will make use of SPINMASTER and MILLMASTER software to monitor the daily yarn production and monitor quality through the use of LOEPFE ZENIT yarn clearers on the winding machines.

The system will be installed using BarcoVision's wireless technology in the spinning, weaving, finishing and inspection departments, driven by the SPINMASTER, WEAVEMASTER and QUALIMASTER software.

In the dye house a fully integrated SEDOMASTER/COLORMASTER will be installed. All yarn dyeing machines are equipped with the latest SM2500 controllers based on OPC server technology allowing Ethernet based networking with the SEDOMASTER central system.


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