Threadsol To Unveil New Solutions For Kenyan Apparel Manufacturers

ThreadSol has announced plans to present its range of innovative software solutions for apparel manufactures in Kenya. The Indian based technology solutions company will unveil the solutions at the Origin Africa Expo set to be held in Nairobi from 9th September to 11th September.

According to ThreadSol, its presence at Origin Africa establishes its commitment to sustaining its efforts of introducing innovative garment tech solutions for the apparel industry.

“Our presence at Origin Africa is a proof of our commitment to the apparel industry in Africa’’ said Anas Shakil, Senior Partner at ThreadSol.


ThreadSol says its outlook is to introduce technologically driven products to drive African apparel manufacturing. This will be done by boosting topline and bottom line for manufacturers and differentiate from the extremely competitive environment for breakthrough profits and improved customer service.

Currently, apparel manufacturers in Kenya face challenges ranging from high electricity prices, limited access to finance, infrastructure obstacles, challenging logistics. For non-EPZ companies, the biggest challenge faced is complex regulations. It is therefore extremely crucial for apparel manufacturers in Kenya to realize the importance of cost saving and increasing their output.

ThreadSol says its solutions have been adopted by the top manufacturers worldwide like MAS (Sri Lanka), Epic Group (Bangladesh), Raymond (India), PAN Brothers (Indonesia), HS Fashions (China), Sangwoo (Vietnam) etc.

“We at ThreadSol bring up to 80% reduction in planning time to ensure that the manufacturing cost go down and hence the profits go up by 30-40%”, adds Anas Shakil.

ThreadSol’s participation in Origin Africa is a step further to market its solutions to the potential manufacturers.


Written by PH

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