There are five critical things for a well succeeded uniforms project for an airline company.
#1 Achieve a high-level, fully Functional Design for those who will use it every day. Respecting the airlines’ ethos, company culture and fitting a wide range of morphologies.
#2 Craft absolutely flawless Technical Sheets. Be demanding with all details for each item; you must check that all raw materials, compositions and trims are fully registered. Make sure all items are physically, chemically and usability tested, not risking the crews’ Health and Safety.
#3 Must have a project management map of uniforms, which accounts for the entire chronology of corrections and approvals, purchaser and supplier. Have total clarity about production and delivery times, always keeping in mind that you shouldn’t rush Perfection.
#4 Your Uniform supplier needs to understand exactly the fabrics and the patterns tailored to each role, clearly justifying the fabrics’ functionality, ensuring maximum Comfort, Durability and Quality.
#5 Involve employees in the fitting and usability tests of the parts; after all they are the ones who will use and Deliver Happiness.
An efficiently-lead process translates to a unparalelled benefit to your project, to your crew, to your stock management and to the airlines’ Performance. As a IATA Strategic Partner, SKYPRO is demanding to create the Airlines’ Uniforms of the Future standards.
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