Textiles and Clothing.

Planlandı. İzlendi. Otomatikleştirildi. Analiz Edildi. Optimize Edildi. Anlaşıldı.

LYNQ is reinventing MES (manufacturing execution system) software tailored to a global industry. Textiles and clothing provide numerous benefits to many stakeholders, including consumers, producers, and economies as a whole.

LYNQ MES helps textile and clothing manufacturers meet customer demands for customisation and adapt to rapidly changing market trends.


MES in the Textiles and Clothing industry.

MES can improve productivity, improve quality control, reduce operational costs, and enhance agility in response to market dynamics.

  • Improve efficiency.
  • Reduce costs.
  • Minimise loss.

MES can provide various mechanisms that can reduce textile and clothing industry manufacturers’ costs by improving their efficiency, reducing waste, reducing downtime, increasing labour efficiency, and improving resource utilisation.

On average, a textiles and clothing manufacturer of 50 resources (employees plus machines) could save $28,000 per month by using LYNQ MES. ROI calculator >>

Key features.

  1. Advanced planning and scheduling.

    Control complex production schedules, auto-schedule production, allocate resources for optimum productive hours and track the performance of your entire manufacturing operation against production targets. Advanced planning and data analysis tools for the textiles and clothing industry. Plan >>

  2. Data collection.

    Collect data on the production line, how efficiently it is performing and identify where losses are occurring. Effective shop-floor data capture software enables a manufacturer to know exactly what is happening, in real-time, for end-to-end traceability of raw materials, components and assembly, improving defect detection and quality control at every step.  Track >>

  3. Automate production.

    With automatic data capture from machines, standardised workflows, accelerated business processes and smart quality control. Access and report on manufacturing data in the click of a button to streamline operations, work as productively as possible and reduce manual intervention. Automate >>

  4. Analyse data.

    Gain intelligent insight into your textiles and clothing manufacturing data. Know exactly what is happening at every stage of production and be able to use this data to make process improvements; saving time and increasing production. Build reports with ease and view data dashboards on operations via any connected device. Analyse >>

  5. Optimise manufacturing.

    Gain tools to communicate more effectively via instant messaging. Move away from paper based systems with online jobs, online schedules and a plan that is accessible by everyone via laptops or tablets. Identify and address issues promptly with automatic alerts and notifications, connecting shop-floor employees with management. Optimise >>

Controlling costs ethically.

Controlling costs ethically.

Overtly expressed desires for more ethical production are not always matched by a willingness to pay more. Pressures to restore are opposed by the need to keep costs low. Labour-intensive production methods are too expensive to be utilised in developed countries.

Automation of production, including effective scheduling of resources with online plans and interactive job lists, enable competitive and profitable manufacturing closer to consumer markets.

The Challenge Series: How to optimise processes with effective scheduling
Changing demand.

Changing demand.

The clothing industry is driven by fashion, which is by definition fast-changing. While established outlets have the major say in determining demand, breakout brands and social media-led ‘guerrilla marketing’ can affect consumer tastes and preferences. ‘Ethical purchasing’ campaigns can be severely disruptive.

Transparent supply chains with real-time visibility and multiple sources for materials vulnerable to volatility enable accurate, auditable tracking and demand-driven inventory.

The Challenge Series: How do I analyse manufacturing data?


Even value-driven, price-conscious consumers expect appropriate quality. Demands become more stringent higher up the price spectrum. Colours, finish and suitability for purpose are important for maintaining relationships with buyers and for brands’ reputations.

Real-time visibility with paperless production processes, downtime alerts and collaborative messaging within the factory and along the supply chain help to eliminate faults and damage to materials, boosting operational efficiency.

The Challenge Series: How to avoid drowning in unnecessary paperwork
Sustainable manufacturing.

Sustainable manufacturing.

New materials, including recycled PET from plastic bottles and food packaging, are gaining market share and replacing traditional materials, especially cotton. Sustainability requires more environmentally sensitive production, minimised water usage, and elimination of dangerous and wasteful leakages and effluent disposal.

Producers must be agile and able to repurpose machinery from virgin to recycled material. Real-time data collection and tracking of employees, equipment and jobs optimise machine performance and help to eliminate wastage, in processes and behaviour.

Moving Towards Greener Manufacturing

“LYNQ far outperformed their competition, in terms of their organisational structure and customer service model”

Brendan Mesanovic, Strategic Planning Director at Worldwide Protective Read the full story

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