Live in less than a week with Gerber’s retooling solution and support.
With help from Gerber Technology, FPS Apparel was able to quickly transition from producing promotional apparel to producing personal protective equipment (PPE) in just a week. FPS Apparel’s current production allows them to produce and donate 10,000 masks per week to various healthcare facilities and first responders. As COVID-19 began to spread to New York City in early March, FPS Apparel knew they had to do their part to protect the health and safety of those fighting the pandemic on the frontlines.
Luxury Custom Clothier Combines Innovative 3D Technology and Tradition
Adrian Jules Ltd has transformed their 55-year-old business offering the finest hand-made garments in America through a deep and personal partnership with Gerber Technology by digitizing their entire process -- from design to cutting -- by integrating Gerber Technology’s AccuMark® 3D & 2D CAD software, Gerber’s AccuNest™, and the GERBERcutter® Z1 for production-ready, made-to-measure garments.
Gerber Technology Partners with PCIAW to Increase Production of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in the U.K.
Gerber’s advanced technology and expertise has helped over 1,200 manufacturers retool their supply chains.
In order to combat the shortage, the Professional Clothing Industry Association Worldwide (PCIAW) is partnering with Gerber Technology to make PPE more widely available. Through their PPE Task Force, Gerber has already helped over 1,200 manufacturers across the globe successfully convert their manufacturing capabilities to PPE production.
Empowering their customers for the digital FashionTech supply chain.
Gerber is proud to announce the February 2020 release of their robust software platform, AccuMark®, AccuMark 3D, AccuNest™ and AccuPlan™, which continues to revolutionize the industry by digitizing the supply chain from 3D design right through production, making product development and production even faster, more efficient and sustainable.
Customization made simple, creative, fast, repeatable and profitable.
The Gerber Innovation Center in New York City opened for the furniture industry on February 19th with a one-of-a-kind microfactory experience. The undisputed leader of connected platforms hosted a full day of workshops, live demonstrations, and customer case studies to discuss the current challenges the furniture industry is experiencing with customization.