Lectra, a global company providing integrated technology solutions for industries using soft materials, announced that ManiForm, one of China’s leading companies in the female lingerie industry, has chosen Lectra’s Vector to maximize its profits.
According to the company’s press release, ManiForm is a comprehensive lingerie company, integrating design, development, manufacturing and marketing. The company has ranked as the number one in market share in China for ten consecutive years.
Chinese lingerie industry has evolved rapidly over the last decade. Following the improvement of the industrial chain, a large number of new brands have been created across large areas of East China.
For maintenance of competitive edge in the market and ensuring profitability, ManiForm puts a series of internal actions in place, it decided to adopt an automatic cutting system to control and optimize its production flows further.
After observing the market and studying related products in China for two years, ManiForm concluded that Lectra’s Vector is the only product that could meet the company’s production standards.
According to ManiForm testing results, Vector has overcome strict production challenges while running. “In only 10 months since being put into production, Vector has achieved a cutting record of more than 1,000 hours. The quality of the cut pieces worked by Vector has been unrivalled. The cutting efficiency has reached 88%, much higher than the average industry level of 50 to 60%,” said Liu Huiqing, executive director of Maniform.
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