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ThreadSol Pvt. Ltd., which provides innovative software solutions for garment manufacturers to help them boost their profits, has been winning accolades for its path breaking concept and pioneering work. Continuing the same, at the recently held 2016 Parivartan Sustainability Leadership Awards in New Delhi, ThreadSol was recognized for its innovation in developing smart and resource-efficient garment manufacturing solutions, along with other large corporates, emerging innovators and individuals leading the charge in the sustainability space.

Manasij Ganguli, Founder and CEO, ThreadSol
said, “We are delighted for the recognition. Apart from the aim of reducing garment manufacturing cost and wastage, ThreadSol solutions also aims at minimizing human intervention by automating the planning processes and also reduce manual effort of data aggregation.”

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It may be noted that fabric accounts for about 70 per cent of the operational cost of garment manufacturing units, where the average amount of wastages can vary from 5 per cent to as high as 8 per cent, largely because the length and width of cloth varies across mills, among other factors.

ThreadSol with its innovative solutions enables garment manufacturers to lower their manufacturing cost up to 10 per cent. The company currently has two main solutions – IntelloBuy, which helps manufacturers buy the correct amount of fabric, and IntelloCut that helps manufacturers optimize their cut planning and save fabric, and reduce wastage.

 

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