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Design, cutting, sewing, digital printing, embroidery, ironing, and packing all take place in our facility. We monitor all stages of our production to ensure effective and smooth operation. Besides the final quality control on the ready garments, we audit at every production stage. Our perfectionist quality team makes sure that we  deliver the best product  for you based on

our high-quality standards.

After receiving a tech-pack from you, the production process starts. If you don’t know how to make  a tech pack,  our in-house  design  team  can help   you with  creating  them  from  your





Sampling is part of the product development stage. A sample is the last piece of clothing made in the buyer’s last chosen textures, with all the trims and finishing. The samples are made based on the tech-pack submitted by the buyer. It will incorporate all of the customizations that will be used, e.g. zips, catches and embellishments. It is a process by which a few pieces of garments are made so that the buyer can see if the clothing is matching their requirements. If the buyer is satisfied with the garment and approves the sample the production starts. The samples not only serve the purpose of communicating correctly with the buyer regarding their styles and products, but it also helps to calculate the fabric consumption along with that thread and other accessories used. CAD is a set of software tools compiled in a computer application to assist product designer in creating a virtual representation of the artifacts they are designing. Our CAD department is responsible for: fabric design, apparel design, pattern making, and cutting room operations.


In the cutting department, several layers of fabrics are cut together by pattern for the production of garment. The first step in the garment manufacturing process is cutting after the buyer has confirmed the order, this cutting done in bulk is possible only by the cutting department. The main function of the cutting department is cut the fabric according to the design. Firstly, the cutting department provides the pattern of garment to be cut by the production department. The various parts of the pattern are then spread to the appropriate location above the spread fabric by the cutting master. After this, all the parts of the pattern are removed by marking with chalk and all these layers are cut together by cutting machine. The cutting process starts with the “Spreading”. Several fabric layers are spread on horizontal tables for mass production. The length of fabric spread on the table is kept as per requirement and the number of layers of fabric to be spread is determined according to the cutting machine or cutting order. There two different ways we cut fabric in our facility: automatic cutting, manual cutting. Automatic cutting is 5 times faster than manual cutting however we prefer to use manual cutting for delicate details.






The main task of the sewing department is the stitching of the garment. After the fabrics are cut, the sorted bundles are sent from the cutting department to the sewing department. Starting from the handling, it is most important and an initial step of the production. At the sewing stations, different parts of the cut pieces are sewn together. After the sewn parts are assembled together, the garment reaches its final form.


In the embroidery department, we do all the unique and special tasks according to the buyer’s requirements. The embroidery department receives the cut part of the garment, style and the embroidery details in the form of the hard copy format. Our computerized embroidery machine helps to produce very complex design within a very short period of time. When the embroidery operation is completed in the embroidery section then all the pieces are checked 100% through the needle detector machine. After confirmation of the sample in terms of the positioning, thread colours, quality and backing materials, the bulk production starts. After checking and finalizing the QC embroidered items are sent back for stitching.






The finishing department is where the final steps of the production process takes place. After reaching the final appearance of the garment, it goes through quality control. This department is majorly responsible for: trimming, tagging, pressing, ironing, and finally packing.

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