Leading Chinese Menswear Brand Lilanz Confirms Tremendous Efficiency Improvements with Gerber Software
Lilanz seamlessly digitized their supply chain from design to development to production.
Lilanz, a leading Chinese menswear brand, has always been a leader in innovation and efficiency, striving to provide products with the best sense of quality, design, and fashion at optimal costs. In order to offer their customers the best quality and price, the renowned Chinese menswear brand has been at the forefront of leveraging Gerber Technology’s robust pattern design CAD software, AccuMark®, and automated nesting solution, AccuNest™, for better data integration and improved communication.
The cloud-based PLM software allows for more transparency and traceability within the supply chain.
In order to support their sustainability efforts, Houdini Sportswear has selected Gerber Technology’s cloud-based product lifecycle management software, YuniquePLM, to improve efficiency and be more transparent in their process. By implementing YuniquePLM, Houdini will make significant progress towards their “impact positive” status for the company’s operations, striving to have 100% of their products be made from recycled or biodegradable fibers and be recyclable or biodegradable at end-of-life.
2019 was a HUGE year for Gerber Technology! Here’s a recap of some of the biggest moments and accomplishments from the last 12 months.
Gerber Partners with Fellow Technology Platform Pioneer, Suuchi Inc., to Help Reinvent the Supply Chain
Gerber’s AccuMark® Platform offers the only truly seamless 2D-to-3D integration.
Suuchi Inc., the next-generation technology platform for fashion brands and retailers, has selected Gerber Technology as its CAD software partner. By implementing Gerber Technology’s AccuMark 2D and 3D software, Suuchi will be able to offer clients greater speed-to-market and more efficiency, reducing waste created in the development phase.
The signage market has seen dramatic shifts over the last decade, from font diversity to color usage and, significantly, in material preference. Demand for fabric-based signage, known in the industry as “soft signage,” represents the most substantial change for sign makers in recent history, and the increasing demand represents perhaps the greatest threat to signage printers who have yet to expand into this market.