Crystal International seeks to re-engineer and automate all aspects of the manufacturing processes through the implementation of advanced technologies.

By leveraging automation at every stage of production, from cutting, value-added process, and sewing to finishing, Crystal International can optimise the production process.

The apparel company has also prioritised the incorporation of advanced data analytics systems into its operations. Through the deployment of integrated computer systems, the company has enhanced data storage, improved information transparency, and minimised the risk of human error.

Catherine Chiu, vice president of global sustainability at Crystal International, emphasised the company’s commitment to manufacturing excellence through digital transformation and said: “To stay ahead in the garment manufacturing industry, we are utilising our combined strength and expertise to adopt automation and develop innovative solutions, which enhance product quality and production efficiency while reducing environmental impact.”

Looking ahead, Crystal International says it remains steadfast in its commitment to automation to become an “intelligent enterprise performing manufacturing excellence.”

Building on the success of its technological deployments, the company is actively working to expand the scope of process digitalisation, with further details expected in the coming months.

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In November, Crystal Denim, a subsidiary division of Crystal International, teamed up with the Hong Kong Denim Festival and technology incubator the Mills Fabrica to amplify efforts in advocating sustainability within the denim industry.

Themed “Design Frontiers – Promoting Global Denim Cultural Exchange and Collaboration,” the festival served as a platform for local and international designers, entrepreneurs, students and the public to engage in discussions about denim culture.

As an apparel manufacturer, Crystal International said at the time it recognised its role in showcasing sustainable manufacturing processes at the exhibition.

The campaign aimed to educate audiences on the entire denim production cycle, from materials selection and garment manufacturing through to finishing, washing, and recycling solutions.