Lectra Webinar on Demand: Applying Lean in Apparel Manufacturing
Apparel manufacturing is going through a period of rapid change. Consumers are demanding more styles and choices at lower prices. Production costs are rising. How do garment producers stay ahead of competition under such pressure?
The answer is to get lean. Lean, with a proven track record of success in the automotive and food industries, has become a widely used method in the apparel industry. Companies that have adopted the lean approach have witnessed major improvements both in manufacturing and product development.
Listen to Lectra's Françoise Replumaz explain how the Lean method applies to the apparel industry
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