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Industry 4.0: Jersey Lomellina invests in innovation

Company has invested over EUR 2 million to speed up its digitalization process and be more resilient, competitive, and efficient.

16th June 2021

Knitting Industry
 |  Bergamo, Italy

Intimate Apparel, Sports/​Activewear

Investing in machinery, software and production processes so as to make the company more competitive by enhancing human resources. This is the target set by Jersey Lomellina, the Italian leader in the production of stretch, circular knitted fabrics, which over the past two years has invested EUR 2 million to make its production process smarter, interconnected and fully automated.

“Thanks to this important investment the company has entered the Fourth Industrial Revolution betting on its growth – aiming at becoming more flexible and competitive - and on sustainability, which has always been the focus of the whole project,” the company said in a statement today.

“We are talking about new business models and new technologies employing Artificial Intelligence to the production systems to increase productivity and improve working conditions. The man/machine collaboration represents a concrete support to the process of corporate development and puts together new technologies and people’s skills which are still the real core of Jersey Lomellina’s project.”

“Energy savings and sustainability are among the most relevant topics when it comes to competitiveness and having a corporate advantage, especially in fashion, one of the most polluting industry in the market,” Jersey Lomellina adds.

For years, now, Jersey Lomellina has been using 100% recycled and eco-sustainable raw materials from pre and post-consumer products which, at the end of their life cycle, instead of being disposed of in a landfill, are recovered and regenerated through a complex chemical-physical process. Also, the company has been implementing environmental policies and innovative projects aimed at creating a truly sustainable supply chain and a circular economy model, whilst safeguarding its workers’ health and the well-being of both local communities the global eco-system.

Jersey Lomellina specializes in the production of stretch, circular knitted fabrics. Since 1977 it has been a reference for the district of Bergamo, and it has become synonymous with Made in Italy all over the world.

“Jersey Lomellina belongs to a big Group and since its early days it has stood out for its strong identity, its versatility and innovative spirit. Such qualities have also affected its collection of high quality, trendy fabrics,” commented Fiorella Angeloni, General Manager of Jersey Lomellina Spa.

“These important investments allow us to permanently update our targets: consolidating our market share, respecting the environment, value our collaborators. The current global scenario proves our choice is the right one. So, we will carry on this way, trying to improve every single day.”

Jersey Lomellina specializes in the production of stretch, circular knitted fabrics. Since 1977 it has been a reference for the district of Bergamo, and it has become synonymous with Made in Italy all over the world. With 100 staff members and an average annual turnover of EUR 50 million, Jersey Lomellina can rely on over 40 years of experience in the textiles industry. Over the years, the company has been able to adapt to new fashion trends, offering to designers and brands various innovative solutions for underwear, lingerie, sportswear and leisurewear, representing Made in Italy quality at the world’s largest trade fairs.

www.jerseylomellina.com

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