Clothing manufacturing includes numerous operations necessary to make a garment. It includes processes like cutting, sewing and finishing. The whole manufacturing process breaks down into a number of sub-operations needed for constructing a particular garment. Some of these operations vary depending on the type of equipment available, work methods used and workers’ skills. New clothing businesses that are ready to start manufacturing their clothing are usually looking for low MOQ (Minimum Order Quantity) clothing manufacturers.
Collaboration between a designer/brand and a clothing manufacturer is complex. It requires continuous communication and participation on both sides. This relationship will determine the overall quality of the line, whereas for the manufacturer it's about the continuity of business with the client. We focus on communication with our clients in order to achieve their respective goals.
Pre-production is planning that is done prior to the bulk garment production. It includes samples development and approvals, sourcing and testing raw materials, garment costing, pattern making, and process planning. Efficient production can’t be reached without the pre-production processes.
The planning team foresees the production and makes sure all activities are completed on time In short, production planning involves: Scheduling each task. Execution. Delivery of products.
Using the guidelines provided by the designer, the factory cuts the fabric for sewing. Modern garment manufacturers use laser-cutting technology to prevent wastage.
Once the production is complete the factory will perform quality the quality check. The customer has a right to reject items if they don’t meet the expected standards and quality.
5.After the garments pass the quality control, the rest of the production order will be delivered to the customer.