The GTE held from January 19 to 22, January in New Delhi saw around 300 participants from over 800 companies. The GTE is India’s largest event committed to apparel technology. Groz-Beckert was present with its sewing division in Hall A, Booth A11. Partnering the textile industry, Groz-Beckert also satisfies the needs and requirements of sewing and apparel industry.
At this year’s GTE, the company demonstrated how high-quality sewing needles are decisive element for success. It also provides a comprehensive service that supports customers before, during and after the sewing process. This is the key approach of the service concept Sewing5, based on the five Ss: Supply, Solutions, Service, Superiority and Sustainability. Together, these key factors represent the consistent customer orientation and service competence for the brand.
Another competitive edge of Groz-Beckert’s sewing is the online customer portal where comprehensive information on sewing technology and a digital product catalogues are available. It gives exclusive access to animations on different types of stitch formation and completes versatile presentation.
The latest service highlight offered by the brand 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 meet the different specifications and compliances of brand owners and buying houses in a uniform procedure.
Currently the brand also offers a digital solution for documentation of needle breakage which is called Smart INH. It has two software components: A mobile app called INH@site and an administration software or INH@office. They enable digital storage of needle breakages (in form of picture-data sets) as well as the administration of machines, production orders and inventory.
Groz-Beckert is the world’s leading provider of industrial machine needles, precision parts and fine tools as well as systems and services for the production and joining of textile fabrics. The products and services support the fields of knitting, weaving, felting, tufting, carding and sewing. The family-owned company, founded in 1852. Groz-Beckert operates with agencies, production and distribution subsidiaries in more than 150 countries around the world.