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Industry 4.0 seminar at AEPC –Apparel House by Lectra

Lectra organised an Industry 4.0 seminar at AEPC –Apparel House, Gurgaon on Thursday 5th Sept’19. The seminar was a result of partnership between AEPC and Lectra technologies India Pvt. Ltd. And focused on how Industry 4.0 would help Apparel Manufacturers to digitally transform their business to face dynamics demands of an uncertain future.

The Seminar proceeded with the agenda to discuss about the background on industry 4.0; dynamic demands of the future and how adapting to industry 4.0 would help in being future ready. It also discussed the challenges faced by Fashion & apparel Industry and how connected technologies can help overcoming them.

Adding to the Seminar were some customers speaking about their experience about how adopting to industry 4.0 solutions has enabled the company to digitally transform its business.

 “Lectra is working phenomenally. The work has become so easier after installing Lectra technology. Manpower has reduced and work process has become faster beyond imagination. We only wonder why we have did not adopted this any sooner. We have been using their cutter, spreader in our factory in Baramati”, said Kamlesh Katariya Director, Peppermint.

Talking about the seminar, BT Nagesh, MD, Lectra India expressed, “I thank AEPC to organise such seminar where we could inform customers and industry about how Lectra can save on cost, time and add value to their business. It has been a good exchange of information and we plan to soon start a experience center also at Apparel House where industry at large and can see Live working of solutions offered by Lectra so that anyone who wants to invest in technology can experience and understand it completely before taking the decision.”

The seminar discussed on various important topics like Copyright Issues, Patents, Geographical indications. The main focus of the seminar was to enlighten industry on how can value be added to existing business by working on all parameters. The seminar ended with networking lunch.

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