Groz-Beckert participating in the Garment Technology Expo (GTE)
Albstadt, Germany/New Delhi, India: From 19th to 22nd January 2018, the Garment Technology Expo (GTE) will take place in New Delhi, India. Having about 300 participants that are representing over 800 companies from about 20 countries, the GTE is India’s largest event that is committed to the apparel technology. Groz-Beckert will be present at GTE with its Sewing division in Hall A, Booth A11.
As partner for the entire textile industry, Groz-Beckert also satisfies the needs and requirements of the sewing and apparel industry. At this year’s GTE, the company demonstrates that not only high-quality sewing needles are decisive for success, but also a comprehensive service that supports customers before, during and after the sewing process. This is exactly the approach of the service concept Sewing5, which is based on the five S’s Supply, Solutions, Service, Superiority and Sustainability. Together, these key factors represent the consistent customer orientation and service competence for Groz-Beckert.
Another competitive edge of Groz-Beckert’s sewing sector is the provision of an online customer portal. Comprehensive information on the sewing technology as well as a digital product catalog are now available around the clock. The exclusive access to animations on different types of stitch formation completes the versatile presentation.
The latest service highlight offered by Groz-Beckert is the INH Quality Management (=Ideal Needle Handling). It allows a trouble-free and time-saving handling of broken and damaged sewing machine needles. It also helps to meet the different specifications and compliances of brand owners and buying houses in a uniform procedure.
As of late, Groz-Beckert also offers a digital solution for the documentation of needle breakage, which is called Smart INH. It consists of two software components: a mobile app called INH@site as well as an administration software called INH@office. They enable the digital storage of needle breakages (in form of picture-data sets) as well as the administration of machines, production orders and inventory.