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Lectra launches 'Cutting Room Transformation' initiative
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Jun '10
Lectra, the world leader in integrated technology solutions dedicated to industries using soft materials—textiles, leather, industrial fabrics and composite materials, is pleased to announce the launch of a dedicated “Cutting Room Transformation” initiative for manufacturers in India.

This three pronged initiative will help the Indian companies to automate, integrate and optimize the cutting room operations across its key focus markets.

The three key enablers to this initiative are products, service and consulting. Lectra is today fully geared to provide and implement a totally controlled cutting room environment which will be analyzed and defined by its consultant after a thorough analysis of the processes and production challenges specific to the prospect environment.

The analysis will be benchmarked against the solution / product mix and optimized for productivity and cost efficiencies. This solution will be supported and monitored using Lectra's unique dedicated support infrastructure which ensures uptime, preventive health checks and proactive alerts to enable better utilization and ensure highest uptime.

“Indian manufacturers operate in an increasingly competitive environment and are under pressure to improve time to market and reduce costs, while expanding their product offer. Indian markets are undergoing rapid transformation in order to supply both growing domestic and export demands.

“At Lectra, we believe it is our role to help our customers overcome the challenges their industries face. India is a key market for Lectra and our initiative will help Indian manufacturers to implement world class technologies to stay profitable in the challenging market situation.

“We will capitalize on Lectra's added-value solutions, service and consulting and to create a clear competitive advantage for our customers and help them turn challenges into opportunities,” said Daniel Harari, Lectra CEO.

“It is a challenging time for the Indian manufacturers and exporters to be competitive in the market as buyers are demanding quality products at the least possible price. Indian companies need to use the right technologies to remain competitive. Lectra's range of innovative solutions will open up new opportunities for Indian companies in their endeavors,” confirmed L J Prashanth, Managing Director, Lectra India.

“Automation and solution integration are very critical enablers for collaborative work environments, consistent high quality and shorter time to markets, which are the key challenges for the Indian players to stay ahead in terms of value addition, quality and price”.

Lectra in India: a continuous support to its customers –
Lectra, in India, has clearly established its leadership position in the apparel, wind energy, aerospace and automotive markets. Implementation of Lectra's innovative solutions helps the customers to effectively manage planning and manufacturing processes, reduce fabric consumption, optimize product development and manufacturing time, improve product quality and reduce costs.


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