If you’ve ever owned a boat, snowmobile or ATV, you’ve likely used a cover produced by Outer Armor by Commercial Sewing. The family-owned business began as a powersport company over 53 years ago. Today, the U.S.-based company has successfully expanded their business into the marine market and boasts a long list of high-profile clients, including Nautique, MasterCraft, Yamaha, Polaris, Malibu, Honda, and Kawasaki. According to Commercial Sewing’s Operations Partner, Stephen Mazzarelli, technology and automation played an important role in the company’s evolution. For over 25 years, Commercial Sewing has partnered with Gerber Technology to ensure they have the most innovative technology solutions to take their business to the next level.
International automotive manufacturer, Grupo Antolin, is one of the largest players in the global car interiors market. The company is responsible for producing interior door components for major automotive brands, such as Toyota and Jaguar. The company offers customers a complete component cycle for vehicle interiors, which includes design and concept through actual finished product. Grupo Antolin is proudly committed to innovating the automotive industry for a sustainable future. The manufacturer has mastered a broad technology and digital portfolio that helps optimize costs and increases the value of their products.
Groupe Beneteau is committed to maximizing customer satisfaction and offering the best possible service. In the boating world, the most desirable products are the ones that are customized with diverse specifications including layout, design and color. In order to meet consumers’ expectations, they needed to implement a solution that would offer both high performance and the ability to customize to meet each consumer’s need.
Bentley Motors: Producing custom automotive interiors while improving hide and material utilization.
Bentley Motors began an intensive evaluation of all systems available on the market: they chose Gerber Technology's Taurus leather cutter, installed two systems, and achieved an 8-10 percent improvement in hide utilization. The company also relies on AccuMark for automotive interior pattern design and nesting, and an inkjet plotter for documentation purposes.