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Threadsol launches IntelloBuy for Tirupur Textile hub

Covai Post Network

ThreadSol, pioneer of enterprise material management for sewn products sector has launched its cost-cutting garment solution IntelloBuy for the Tirupur Garment hub.

The cutting edge solution will help manufacturers save fabric cost by 10 per cent and boost their bottom line by 50 per cent, Threadsol Sales Head India Anuj George said.

IntelloBuy is a material estimation solution that gives accurate buying consumption for a particular style, saving on costs at the buying stage for manufacturers worldwide.

“The product has been successfully adopted by Vietnamese, Chinese and Indonesian markets and now we plan to customise this software for the Tirupur garment cluster,” Anuj George said in a release today.

“It is high time apparel manufacturers here realize the gravity of targeting fabric cost to increase profits. In order to stay competitive, automation of processes by adopting advanced solutions is the need of the hour,” he said.

After successfully impacting the bottom lines of clients globally, Threadsol has now brought solutions which integrate latest technologies and helps the textile industry achieve maximum benefits through Intellobuy, he said.

This technology will help both medium and large enterprises of Tirupur, bring down operational costs and compete effectively with international competitors like China and Bangladesh, Anuj George said.

“Tirupur is a major textile and knit wear hub contributing to 90 per cent of total cotton knit wear exports from India, providing employment to over six lakh people and contributing to exports worth $3.1 billion,” he said.

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