ThreadSol, an enterprise material management provider for the sewn products industry, has announced its presence at Garment Manufacturers Sourcing Expo 2017 (GFT), running from July 5-8 in Bangkok.

ThreadSol’s exhibit will be located at Stall C5, Hall 104 of the Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Centre (BITEC).

With its innovative solutions, intelloBuy and intelloCut, ThreadSol demonstrates a complete range of enterprise material management solutions, which can help Thailand’s apparel manufacturers save enormous material cost and realize major profits, in an industry that is heavily dependent upon economic priorities.

intelloCut is a material planning and optimization solution for the sewn products industry. With the help of its advanced algorithms, it provides the most optimized fabric usage plan for enhanced cutting and wastage reduction.

intelloCut is a material planning and optimization solution for the sewn products industry
intelloCut is a material planning and optimization solution for the sewn products industry

intelloBuy is a material estimation solution for garment manufacturers. ThreadSol’s second product, it enables accurate buying consumption for any style, saving millions of baht in material cost at the fabric buying stage.

intelloBuy is a material estimation solution for garment manufacturers
intelloBuy is a material estimation solution for garment manufacturers

ThreadSol has partnered with several large manufacturers, including Crystal Martin Brandix, MAS, and Hirdaramani in Sri Lanka, Urmi, Bimexco, Fakri, and Epic in Bangladesh, PAN Brothers and Metro Group in Indonesia, Luenthai, Saitex, and Dewhirst in Vietnam, and many more throughout the region.

These leading-edge software solutions have helped them reduce their wastage to under 1%. Keeping up with the latest technological innovations, ThreadSol is also using smartphone and tablet applications to seamlessly integrate processes with manufacturers.

Thailand’s apparel industry has enjoyed continual growth and success over the years.

Owing to increased global trade activities, the apparel industry has contributed significantly to the country’s economic and social development.

“There is a need to make the industry more competitive by encouraging further innovations, modernizing technology for greater efficiency, and improving the skill and competency of the nation’s garment and textile businesses,” added Mr. Saurav Ujjain, ThreadSol’s Country Head South East Asia.

ThreadSol’s outlook is to introduce technologically-driven products to propel manufacturing by reducing material cost. The garment business is extremely competitive, but manufacturers in Thailand can position themselves for breakthrough profits and improved customer service by focusing on managing material cost.

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