Through investments in new Monforts technology, Istanbul Boyahanesi plans to increase its capacity for the commission dyeing and finishing of woven goods to a monthly 2.5 million square meters this year.
The company is surely also the only dyehouse in Turkey to date with its own proprietary software for virtual control of all operations via smartphone or TV from the boardroom.
The special app-based program has been developed by co-founder and director Kemal Taşkin, who has a background in software engineering, and it provides real-time information on all machine parameters and operator activity.
“I am now developing it further and in the near-future it will also be able to provide financial forecasting for us right down to individual batch level,” he says.
This development has much in common with the advances Monforts is making itself in the field of Industry 4.0 and automation, such as the latest Qualitex 800 control system and the Web-UI app for remote visualization of Monforts technologies via smart phones and tablet devices.