Facility Indoor Area: 1900 m²
Product Line: Men’s Shirts, Women’s Shirts
Types of Shirts: Formal, Casual, Printed, Multi-Panel
Shirt Fabrics: All Types of Woven Fabrics
Production Capacity: 40,000 – 50,000 Pcs/Month
Average Lead Time: 5-6 Weeks
Machinery and Equipment: Fabric Inspection Machine, Plotter, Pattern Grading Machine, Straight Knifes, Band Knifes, Round Knifes, Straight Lock Stitch Sewing Machines, Buttonhole Sewing Machines, Double Chain Stitch Sewing Machines, Over Lock Machines, Hand Irons, Needle Detector
Fabric inspection is done for defect rate, fabric construction, fabric weight, shrinkage, end-to-end or edge-to-edge shading, color, hand feel, length/width, print defect and appearance.
“Relaxing” refers to the process that allows material to relax and contract prior to being manufactured. The relaxing process allows fabrics to shrink so that further shrinkage during customer use is minimized.
Our pattern maker creates patterns through 2D or 3D methods according to different styles.
Sample making is a significant step in our production flow. Therefore, we strictly monitor our team to produce accurate samples to every customer according to their specification.
We use advanced computer software to create the optimum fabric layout for cost and performance efficiency.
Basically we use 2 techniques for cutting fabric, fully manual with hand-operated scissor and manually operated straight knife.
Before garment assembly, the fabric pieces are transferred to the ironing section for pressing and make sure it is ready to sew.
Our experienced sewing workers can finely sew up the garment with various types of advanced sewing machines.
After the garments are assembled, they will be transferred to the ironing section for final pressing and enhance the appearance of the garment.
Some special detailing such as embroidery and beading may need to be done in this step according to different styles.
We highly emphasize on quality control, there are two main aspects we focus on Material and Manufacturing Quality.
In the final step, garments are folded, tagged, and packaged according to customer specifications, ensure that garments are well packed and ship to client distribution centers.