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Nice Group, Thailand’s largest apparel exporter for the past 10 years, has opted for Fast React’s “Evolve” manufacturing planning system to support its Lean approach and reduce lead time. Evolve is a highly visual capacity planning and management tool, developed specifically to enable fashion manufacturer to achieve a whole new level of visibility, efficiency and control.

“We chose Fast React as our partner because their solution is well-known and widely proven, and their team has good knowledge and best practice in the garment industry. More importantly, Fast React’s own business vision is well aligned with Nice Group’s vision for data management, maximising LEAN manufacturing capability and managing material effectively,” said Adisak Angsriprasert, COO at Nice Group.

One of the world’s leading manufacturers of sportswear, Nice Group produces 50 million pieces with around 16,000 employees in 8 state-of-the-art production locations in Thailand, China and Cambodia.

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“We look forward to helping Nice Group with their latest challenge – their client’s lead times have more than halved over the past 10 years. Nice currently runs 5 fulfilment programs ranging from 90 days to as quickly as 3 days to support this trend. FAST and ACCURATE planning, and good COORDINATION between planning, production and supply chain is critical! This is exactly Fast React’s area of expertise,” said Haruethai Phaleesem, Business Development Manager at Fast React.

 

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