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ThreadSol & TGMA to start tech revolution in Thailand
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May '18
Courtesy: Threadsol
Courtesy: Threadsol
ThreadSol has joined hands with the Thai Garment Manufacturers Association (TGMA), which supports research and development in the Thai garment industry, to introduce innovative tech into the Thailand Ready Made Garment (RMG) sector. ThreadSol is a technology leader for the global apparel industry using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Big Data.

As a first step towards the partnership, ThreadSol and TGMA jointly organised a seminar for Thai garment manufacturers on May 18, 2018, named ‘Apparel Tech Up Forum Thailand 2018’. The theme of the seminar was ‘Digitisation of the Thai Garment Industry’.

The seminar was led by Saurav Ujjain, business head, SEA for ThreadSol. He talked about the emerging global sourcing trends and how technology like AI, Big Data, and IoT-based Mobility can aid manufacturers in reducing costs and boosting revenue.

Khun Raweewan Metsiritrakul, VP of TGMA said, “Today the market is increasingly competitive. We need to be prepared to adapt to the changes for instance, fashion trends, cost, and technology. ThreadSol is providing a genius solution which can help manufacturers save cost for raw material purchasing at least 10 per cent. This information will give our members new ideas.”

ThreadSol solutions for garment manufacturers concentrate on the biggest investment of the fabric manufacturer, which is the fabric. The two solutions work in the fabric cutting and fabric procurement. IntelloCut is the world’s first AI based fabric planning system. IntelloCut impacts top-line and enables manufacturers to cut more and ship more with the same fabric. It is is the world’s first Big Data-enabled fabric estimation system. IntelloBuy impacts bottom-line and enables manufacturers to buy less fabric at the booking stage. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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