Matrix Composites: Cutting through the offshore drilling business.


An Australian manufacturer reduced labor in the cutting area by 70 percent, offcut scrap by 60 percent and minimized post-layup trimming using a GTxL to cut a fiberglass/aramid composite used to make buoyancy modules to transport oil to the ocean surface.

An Phuoc Company: Respect gained for implementation of manufacturing automation systems.


An Phuoc Company, a garment manufacturer in Vietnam, relies on Gerber automation systems, including AccuMark pattern design software, to control labor costs and earn the respect of foreign trading partners.

Commercial Sewing: Staying price competitive on small lot orders with the GERBERcutter Z1.


The GERBERcutter® Z1 enables an American manufacturer of canvas covers for boats, snowmobiles, motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles and personal watercrafts to produce more products in smaller lot sizes to respond to customer demands and still remain competitive on pricing.

Cutter & Buck: Elevating Suppliers to Collaborative Partners.


Cutter & Buck, a Washington-based manufacturer of upscale golf and sporting apparel, sells product in more than twenty-five countries. Before implementing YuniquePLM, its design and development teams maintained product information in Excel® spreadsheets, Adobe® Illustrator® drawings, CAD designs and personal email folders. The all-too-familiar result was a process that was difficult to manage and provided little visibility into internal and external processes and workflows.

ICICLE: Leverage Digital Assets to Ensure Brand Consistency.


ICICLE is one of the most respected apparel brands in China. By leveraging their digital assets in YuniquePLM®, the company was able to nurture its design team to reach new levels of creativity. They were able to significantly improve the product development process, reduce the number of sample iterations and create faster prototypes/concepts to stay ahead of the design curve.