Tukatech, a leading end-to-end fashion technology solution provider, announces the opening of TUKAcenter in Bengaluru, India.
The new centre will provide an entire range of services from design to development including the technology and knowledge required for apparel manufacturing.
Besides, the centre also offers a communal micro-factory concept that assists in the production of small runs.
Commenting on the launch of TUKAcenter, Ram Sareen, Chairman and CEO, Tukatech said “This is our 54th TUKAcenter opened in a city known as Indian Silicon Valley, where most of the e-commerce companies and major US and European apparel brands are headquartered.”
The centre has been set up in collaboration with Jagdish Chawla, Founder, Design Wolf Studio, and will perform services well beyond the normal facilities including a workplace allowing customers to bring their concept to life.
Apparel manufacturers and other industry players will be able to take advantage of the apparel CAD, 3D virtual sampling, sample cutting and sewing.
The centre will also act as a platform bringing the start-ups companies, e-commerce companies, brands and supply chain under the same roof. The 5-storey building offers desk and private meeting spaces for any discussions and collaboration.
The other services include plotting, pattern making, grading, marker making and sample making and through cut and supply chain guidance.
“These services will help almost all the companies that need technical services without the need to hire specialists and purchase equipment. The TUKAcenter is a dream come true for a lot of start-up companies who cannot afford the technology, lack the technical know-how or simply need guidance. The centre provides so many people so many services that it should just create more legendary followers,” said Ram Sareen.