Lectra Presents its 4.0 Strategy to the Chinese Fashion Industry at CISMA 2017


♦Lectra Presents its 4.0 Strategy to the Chinese Fashion Industry at CISMA 2017

Receives Good Response at CISMA

(Second from Left) Andreas Kim, managing director, Lectra Greater China, along with Lectra Team at CISMA Exhibition

Lectra, that offers integrated technology solutions dedicated to industries using fabrics, leather, technical textiles and composite materials, featured its Industry 4.0 compliant solutions, which is designed to help Chinese enterprises and address the challenges of the Made in China 2025 initiative and reshape their competencies, at the China International Sewing Machinery & Accessory Show 2017 (CISMA 2017) in Shanghai, China.

The millennial generation is playing an increasingly important role in the Chinese economy as e-commerce continues its dynamic and rapid growth. As a result, China’s fashion and garment industry faces enormous challenges as mass customisation is replacing traditional production methods with enterprises needing to quickly roll out premium quality products

to meet customers demands. To address the challenges faced by the industry, a digital revolution is now a necessity. As a part of its presence at CISMA, under the themes of “customized solutions” and “intelligent solutions from design to cutting,”Lectra demonstrates its portfolio of intelligent digital solutions covering the full production process from product planning and design through development to production, designed to help Chinese enterprises to embrace Made in China 2025.

On the Lectra booth, Lectra and JUDGER, a leading Chinese manufacturer of men’s high-end business garments, created a garment customization studio that fully showcases Lectra’s Made to Measure (MTM) solutions by quickly developing prototypes based on visitors measurements and then carrying out the automatic fabric cutting with Lectra’s intelligent cutting system, Vector® iX.. This studio demonstrates the full capabilities of Lectra’s Industry 4.0 solutions.

During the show, Lectra also presented its Fashion PLM 4.0 solution for fashion product lifecycle management, the only PLM solution dedicated to the fashion industry. Lectra’s Fashion PLM 4.0 combines industry best practices with real-world scenarios, to meet the needs of brands, retailers and manufacturers in their different stages with a modular, scalable design. With Lectra’s PLM 4.0 solution, manufacturers are able to reduce costs increase productivity optimize visibility of workflows and improve overall agility. Lectra’s PLM 4.0 enables fashion brands to fully monitor their supply chain, share data in real time, quickly respond to customer needs simplify work processes and accelerate time to market while controlling costs and quality. The company also showcases its Vector® iQ80 fabric cutting solution that offers an optimum solution that brings lean manufacturing best practices into the cutting room.

“In the context of Made in China 2025, Chinese manufacturers are gearing up for a digital revolution, aiming to optimize their processes and address the needs of their consumers more quickly. Earlier this year Lectra launched its Industry 4.0 strategy with a commitment to helping manufacturers address the challenges from the Made in China 2025 initiative. Our objective is to build upon our cutting-edge hardware and software solutions plus professional services to drive Chinese manufacturers’ digital transformation and improve their operational efficiencies, making Made in China a world-class icon.”

Andreas Kim, managing director, Lectra Greater China


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