Gerber Technology Celebrates 30 Years of Innovation in Portugal

Headquarters in Porto drives innovation and growth for European market.

Thursday, August 6, 2020 Categories: Apparel/Fashion, Automated Cutting, Automated Spreading, CAD, Corporate, Cutting Room, PLM, Software

Gerber Technology is celebrating 30 years of customer experience, innovation and growth through its European headquarters in Portugal. Since 1990, Portugal has been the European headquarters for the global leader of integrated manufacturing platforms and currently services more than 4,000 customers across the region. (Read in Portuguese)

Longratex Renews Partnership with Gerber to Enable Dual Workflows - Customization and Mass Production

Meet the challenge of agility through digitalization and achieve tremendous productivity gains.

Monday, July 13, 2020 Categories: Apparel/Fashion, Automated Cutting, Automated Spreading, CAD, Software

For 32 years, apparel manufacturer, Longratex, has relied on Gerber Technology’s innovative solutions for their baby and children’s brand, Patachou, and women’s brand, Sophia Kah. With Gerber’s unique end-to-end solution, Longratex is able to manufacture over 2,000 pieces daily and also meet the challenge of customization.

365 Days of Innovation: A Recap of Gerber Technology’s 2019

Thursday, January 9, 2020 Categories: Apparel/Fashion, Automated Cutting, Automated Spreading, Blog, CAD, Cutting Room, Nesting, PDM, PLM, Plotting & Digitizing, Software

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. 

Made-in-the-USA Apparel Manufacturing: The Journey, the Resurgence and Solutions to Meet a Growing Demand

Tuesday, June 4, 2019 Categories: Apparel/Fashion, Automated Cutting, Automated Spreading, Blog, CAD, Cutting Room, PLM, Software

U.S. manufacturing is rapidly changing, and the apparel industry is no exception. Technological innovations and an evolving marketplace are key factors that contribute to the industries largest shifts. However, the most significant factor that changed the face of manufacturing is foreign outsourcing. This change drastically reduced the number of goods bearing the “Made-in-the-USA” label.

Automating Apparel Manufacturing: Key Industry Trends and the Role of Robots in a Changing Market

Tuesday, May 21, 2019 Categories: Apparel/Fashion, Automated Cutting, Automated Spreading, Blog, CAD, Cutting Room, PLM, Software

Technological advancements and automation are drastically transforming the way in which goods are produced. Once dramatized in science fiction novels and films, the concept of machines performing functions and tasks once assigned to humans is now a reality in factories and companies throughout the country.