The export of seamless clothing had a stellar beginning around the year 2008 with major investments in this sector; while it has cooled down since then, one player that has continued to prosper in this category is Precise Seamless Apparels (PSA). With a clear agenda PSA, which was established with a setup of 12 seamless knitting machines, today boasts of 100 seamless knitting machines and 200 sewing machines. This edition of StitchWorld highlights the key to success in manufacturing and exporting seamless knitwear in an exclusive interaction with Tarun Jindal, Director, Precise Seamless Apparels. In another interesting read, TeamStitchWorld explores use of automats for reduced dependency on manpower and increased productivity for the operation of sleeve (long and short) closing in knitted garments. Comparing cycle times for manual methods and integrated workstations, the article is furnished to provide a holistic picture of alternatives available for the sleeve closing operation. This issue also carries the tenth article in the series ‘IE in Apparel Manufacturing’. Given the repetitive and labour-intensive nature of apparel manufacturing work, this time the series discusses ergonomic aspects of apparel manufacturing, ergonomic work assessment and safety issues, extending the scope of traditional IE responsibilities. In closing, the issue also discusses how with 1,662 exhibitors from 54 countries, 42,000 visitors from 116 countries and exhibits galore, the Texprocess – 2015, Germany sealed its position as a ‘must visit’ event. The event known to attract industry’s who’s who, converging to share thoughts and best practices, proved to be a virtuous ground of discovery and updates for everyone present at the milieu. The pages of this month’s edition carry a review of some of the latest technologies and offerings from global leaders.