Explore the latest insight from the fashion, automotive and furniture industries.
Vilmers uses DesignConcept to manufacture customized furniture
Discover how Vilmers is using the Lectra solutions DesignConcept 3D, Diamino and Formaris to help cope with strong demand for customization and to speed up their delivery times.
Corneliani offers the best in Italian luxury with Kubix Link
How to speed up production and stay premium without sacrificing quality and fit
Frigerio Poltrone e Divani steps up production speed with Lectra
“We strongly believe that the collaboration with Lectra provides continuous process improvement, in terms of production optimization, operator efficiency and waste reduction.”
Euroline speeds up Made-To-Order Furniture Production with Lectra
“Thanks to Furniture On Demand by Lectra, we were able to reduce order processing time by 5% and increase material savings by 6%.”
Poltrona Frau maximizes production speed with Versalis and Vector
Discover why the ongoing effort to increase production speed without compromising on quality and their commitment to luxury design is directing Poltrona Frau to choose Lectra solutions Versalis and Vector to help them innovate on their existing workflows.
Demand-driven fashion production: Trying is believing
Agile made-to-order production cycles are enabling fashion companies to respond more swiftly to trends and consumer demand
On-Demand Report 2019 Presented by Lectra and Sourcing Journal
Paradigm Shift: The emerging ecosystems, improved economics and operational evolution fostering on-demand business models in apparel.
Sustainability and transparency initiatives in Fashion
How the on-demand model improves sustainability and transparency initiatives in the fashion industry
Karimoku Furniture meets the challenges of custom furniture production with Lectra
“We are proud to take part in Lectra’s first Made to Order pilot project in Asia.”
Why manufacturing metrics are as important as ever for our changing industry
With costs and delivery expectations pushed to the limit, furniture companies face a new challenge: producing a wider range of items to satisfy a new consumer who seeks trend-based pieces and a more personalized shopping experience, articulated through customization, options and choice.