Man­u­fac­tur­ing gi­ant in sewing ma­chines

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Noth­ing beats com­mit­ment to qual­ity.

It is this con­sis­tent com­mit­ment to prod­uct in­no­va­tion and qual­ity that has made the Chi­nese-based Jack Sewing Ma­chine Com­pany Lim­ited one of the lead­ing sewing ma­chine man­u­fac­tur­ers in Asia. Its suc­cess can be gauged from the re­sound­ing pop­u­lar­ity of its everde­pend­able and ef­fi­cient ma­chines all over Asia.

In­dia has been a huge mar­ket for Jack ma­chines over these years. That’s why it came as no sur­prise when the launch of A5 Semi-dry Com­put­er­ized Lock­stitch Ma­chine and C4 Fully Au­to­matic Over­lock Ma­chine re­ceived ex­cel­lent re­sponse from In­dian gar­ment man­u­fac­tur­ing com­pa­nies. “We are hope­ful to cap­ture a big­ger chunk of the In­dian mar­ket with these two ma­chines. Among all the Chi­nese sewing ma­chine brands in In­dia, Jack has the max­i­mum share (62 per cent) and we want to cap­i­talise on the same with our new launch,” averred Bill Chen, Re­gional Man­ager of South Asia, Jack.

The ma­chines were un­veiled at a pri­vate show held at Ho­tel Radis­son Blu, Noida (In­dia) on 2nd Septem­ber. Jack had or­ga­nized the event in as­so­ci­a­tion with its In­dian agent, Vishal Sewtech.

Both the ma­chines come with a Voice Guard fea­ture that in­forms the user about tech­ni­cal glitches like ma­chine break­down, oil leak­age/level, and so on – yet again re­flect­ing com­pany’s pro­cliv­ity to­wards in­no­va­tive prod­uct de­vel­op­ment. In ad­di­tion to in­cor­po­rat­ing Jack’s patented mech­a­nisms such as Auto Bob­bin Win­der and Bird’s Nest Pre­ven­tion De­vice, the A5 model also fea­tures the coax­ial driv­ing mech­a­nism that re­duces the vi­bra­tion gen­er­ated from the driv­ing force. The coax­ial shaft re­places the con­ven­tional two-axle joint mech­a­nism which keeps the sewing sta­ble through­out the op­er­a­tion. The event was also marked by the dis­tri­bu­tion of awards by Jack to some of its very im­por­tant cus­tomers like Sahu Ex­ports, Pin­na­cle Cloth­ing, Ra­di­ant Ex­ports, Priya Global, Rahul Fash­ions and United Ex­ims.

“All the VIP cus­tomers have been as­so­ci­ated with us and Jack since very long. Many other ex­port house own­ers also at­tended the pri­vate show to ex­plore the in­no­va­tions dis­played. We wish to ink deals with them also in fu­ture,” com­mented an ex­cited Vishal Khemka, Pro­pri­etor, Vishal Sewtech.

At the re­cently con­cluded Knit Show ex­hi­bi­tion held in Tirupur, Jack show­cased a wide range of its au­to­matic over­lock ma­chines – gar­ner­ing ter­rific at­ten­tion from al­most ev­ery gar­ment man­u­fac­tur­ing firm.

Dur­ing the 3-day event, JK-904E re­mained the main prod­uct show­cased by Jack. The ma­chine elim­i­nates the use of presser foot and lift­ing op­er­a­tions. “In ad­di­tion to be­ing safe, it saves large amount of power. It con­sumes less elec­tric­ity that an­nu­ally costs only US $ 60, much less than an or­di­nary over­lock ma­chine which costs around US $ 100.8 an­nu­ally,” said Jai Singh Rathore, Owner, Prima Sewing Ma­chines Co. The ma­chine au­to­mat­i­cally switches to sleep­ing mode if no op­er­a­tion is car­ried out for 30 min­utes.

Ear­lier on, ow­ing to an ex­ten­sive in­crease in sales, Jack In­dia, a sub­sidiary of Jack Sewing Ma­chine Com­pany Lim­ited, had opened two li­censed ser­vice cen­tres in Noida and New Delhi few months back.

The ser­vice cen­tre that was started in Noida al­lured sev­eral au­tho­rized sub­deal­ers and new cus­tomers of Jack. The se­cond ser­vice cen­tre in New Delhi, namely MRA En­ter­prises Pvt. Ltd., is in­stru­men­tal to­day in pro­vid­ing quick ser­vices to the cus­tomers and end-users. “Pro­vid­ing prompt ser­vice to your cus­tomers is key to se­cur­ing fu­ture busi­ness for the com­pany,” says Jerry Yu, Di­rec­tor of South Asia Depart­ment of Jack.

Au­to­ma­tion was the fo­cus point of Jack at the re­cently con­cluded CISMA 2017 at Shang­hai, China. Mov­ing away from the nor­mal lock­stitch and over­lock sewing ma­chines, Jack launched the com­put­er­ized lock­stitch ma­chines with im­proved de­signs and fea­tures at the event.

The ma­chines, yet again, man­aged to cap­ture the hearts and minds of any­body and every­body from the gar­ment in­dus­try – fur­ther es­tab­lish­ing the supremacy of Jack ma­chines in Asia.

Un­veil­ing of new sewing ma­chine by Jack at the re­cently held prod­uct launch show in Noida

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