About Gerber Technology
For more than four decades, Gerber Technology has been a world leader in providing sophisticated automated manufacturing systems. The company serves 25,000 customers, including more than 100 Fortune 500 companies, in the aerospace, apparel, retail, composites, packaging, furniture, technical textiles, specialty graphics and transportation interiors industries in 130 countries. Gerber’s products help users move faster, at less cost and with the highest quality.
Based in Connecticut, USA, Gerber Technology is owned by Vector Capital, a San Francisco-based, global private equity firm specializing in the technology sector that manages more than $2 billion of equity capital.
Gerber’s Sewn Goods Business offers computer-aided pattern design, grading and marker making/nesting software as well as automated textile cutting and spreading systems to apparel and flexible materials manufacturers in all regions of the world.
The company’s Industrial Business serves manufacturers using technical textile and composite materials, including the aerospace industry where the world’s 10 largest aerospace companies rely on Gerber’s suite of solutions. It also includes corrugated, carton and graphics markets of the packaging and printing industries with a suite of solutions that includes cutting systems for sample making, laser and water jet cutters, routers and automatic rule benders.
Gerber’s Yunique Solutions Business offers YuniquePLM product lifecycle management software and webPDM product data management software. These systems help retailers, brand owners and manufacturers manage all of the details associated with their products from conception to store shelf and help them communicate with their suppliers around the world more effectively. Our experienced consulting team provides insights and best practices amassed during more than two decades in the PLM and PDM business.
Virtek Vision International, Inc., an Ontario, Canada-based business acquired by Gerber in 2008, serves aerospace carbon fiber composite part assembly, sheet metal part fabrication and construction markets with laser templating, quality inspection and spatial positioning systems. The use of laser projection and inspection systems eliminates the need for physical templates, ensures consistent quality and eliminates bottlenecks often caused by manual quality inspection of first-run articles.