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March, 2018

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The March issue of StitchWorld carries a comprehensive review of technologies exhibited in the GTE, New Delhi. An interesting display of technologies focusing on automation and Industry 4.0 is sure to take our readers on a thinking road.

Carrying forward on our occupational health and safety, StitchWorld went on to explore the fire safety conditions in Bangladesh RMG industry. Excerpts of interview with Lightbreeze Technologies and Systems will surely help to understand the probable hazardous situation in factories.

Halfway covered the road to lean and continuing its journey…, Utah Fashions Ltd. in Bangladesh has been carving benchmark for other apparel manufacturing companies.

With an aim to enlighten our readers about Industry 4.0, Team StitchWorld and Dr. Prabir Jana, NIFT, Delhi explore the possibilities of the concept in the apparel industry and how technologies can be utilized to support the smart factory.

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Apparel no longer worthy of consumers’ money

USA apparel consumers are changing their shopping preferences rapidly. Data shows the spending on apparels has reduced to almost half than what it used to be 4 decades back.

Jun 06, 2018  |  Retail

Is your factory vulnerable to fire hazards

The garment industry is no doubt a labour intensive industry. Millions of workers churn out garments on sewing machines day in and day out.

Jun 09, 2018  |  Sustainability

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