Participating for the first time in any garment technology fair, GBOS Laser is determined to capture the opportunity to expand the market in Bangladesh. As a global laser intelligent solution provider, GBOS has also opened a direct office in Bangladesh to serve their customers better and to support agents. Catering to the needs of garment industry, GBOS offers laser machines for garment labels, denim jeans and footwear as well. The company offers a special machine that can cut and engrave precisely, which gives benefits by laser cutting on a white shoe fabric without leaving a yellow mark.
“The garment industry is booming in Bangladesh. GBOS has introduced the leading Laser automation technology to this booming market. The year 2017 will be all about increasing our market share. We are participating in all exhibitions, as denim industry is now on our radar,” shares Abdullah AL Noman, Country Manager, GBOS Laser Inc. With 30,000 users in over 90 countries worldwide, the core promotional focus of the company is now on garment and label industry.
The company’s laser machines are equipped with CO2 technology that do not burn the edge of the fabric and leave no yellow mark. In order to be competitive with other laser technology cutting solutions providers in the market, GBOS uses different technology (always European laser generator or Chinese generator) for different materials. “We have expertise in this field. We have been in the market since 2004, that’s why we know how to utilize the laser in different areas for best results,” underscores Noman. The wide range of applications that GBOS offers is one of its biggest assets.
GBOS offers different categories of laser solutions in its basket, incorporated with laser valve to regulate the laser beam. Fabric can be cut with lower laser power yet the laser beam still can be perfect, while metal material needs higher power. “We also have our own patent software. At the same time, we are also compatible with other formats like DXF, PLT and Images. Thus, it offers an advantage of compatibility with other software for our customers,” says Noman.
The company also takes a survey among its customers asking them about their software and its user-friendliness and notes them in order to be more reliable and customer-centric. “That’s how we win customer confidence,” concludes Noman.