Colombiatex Visitors Learn How To Streamline Sewn Products Costing/Engineering

LAKE WORTH, Fla. — January 13, 2016 — Methods Workshop LLC, a provider of engineering and costing solutions for the textile and sewn products industries, will provide visitors to the Colombiatex 2016 trade show — to be held January 26-28 in Medellín — with hands-on demonstrations of the latest techniques for developing efficient production methods, establishing effective piecework incentives, and reducing product costing time. The software developer will highlight the world-renowned Quick TruCost™ and Engineered TruCost™ solutions for product development, preproduction, sourcing and manufacturing professionals in the SPESA Pavilion Booth #478.

“We are looking forward to another exciting year at Colombiatex”, noted Methods Workshop President John Stern. “Based on our previous participation in this event, we are expecting to meet with a large number of companies that are looking for the best ways to streamline their operations, improve competitiveness and increase bottom line profits. With more than 30 years of proven results around the globe, we are confident that we can help these companies achieve these goals. We want to invite all of those involved in early product costing and production costing and engineering to visit our exhibit.”

Quick TruCost is designed for early-stage design, product development and pre-production costing requirements. By answering eight or ten simple product questions, QTC users can immediately and accurately predict the manufacturing cost of their products.  Engineered TruCost enables engineers and other manufacturing professionals to quickly and accurately determine production labor costs, define operational best practices, and benchmark manufacturing performance against global standards. Together, these and other innovative Methods Workshop solutions enable fashion and sewn products brands and manufacturers to identify and control costs throughout the product development and production processes.

Posted January 13, 2016

Source: Methods Workshop LLC