Headquarters in Porto drives innovation and growth for European market.
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)
The software, hardware and consulting package accelerates the transition to facilitate immediate PPE production.
Gerber Technology is now empowering manufacturers to accelerate PPE production by offering a PPE Retooling Package. The package includes an end-to-end suite of software and a specially configured PPE Edition Gerber Paragon® cutter with optimized cutting parameters that allow manufacturers to produce up to 150,000 medical gowns and 6 million non-medical masks per week.
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.
The trend around digital transformation in fashion has been at the forefront of the industry for a few years and companies who are transforming are seeing the payoff with data visibility. “Our team needed a cloud-based solution to simplify IT processes and YuniquePLM® will enable data integration with our current infrastructure,” said Stuart Hart, Head of IT, French Connection.
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.