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Piccadilly invests in stitching efficiency

SATRA member Piccadilly – one of Brazil’s leading fashion brands – is preparing for the installation of the SATRA VisionStitch system. This is the first of SATRA’s efficiency systems to be implemented in South America, and highlights a growing demand for production efficiency.

Founded by Almiro Grings, Piccadilly began producing just 12 of shoes pairs per day in 1955. The company has since grown to produce over 50,000 pairs per day, and it employs more than 4,000 staff across southern Brazil. With an emphasis on fashion, innovation and comfort, Piccadilly has a global presence in 90 countries, with products available from over 7,000 retail outlets.

Piccadilly’s interest in SATRA VisionStitch came as a result of SATRA’s presence at the recent FIMEC show in Novo Hamburgo – click here for a report on the event.

Photograph shows from left: Angélica Dimmer Schaeffer, Jonas Daniel Prass (both Piccadilly), SATRA stitching efficiency expert Ray Wisken and Piccadilly’s Ana Carolina Grings.

Publishing Data

This article was originally published on page 7 of the May 2013 issue of SATRA Bulletin.

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