The fashion industry is constantly racing against the clock. Issues and delays can make the most calm and collected apparel professional go cuckoo. Here are 8 simple manufacturing steps that will speed up your apparel process (without sacrificing quality).
While there’s no way to completely sidestep today’s supply chain disruptions, here are three ways to get product home, within your 2021/2022 sales window.
It’s not your imagination. More factors are disrupting the apparel supply chain NOW than ever. The pandemic has underscored how vulnerable the apparel industry is to uncontrollable events. Supply chain fallouts from COVID, economic uncertainty, climate change, demographics and geopolitics are causing apparel executives to re-look at who, how and where their clothing is manufactured.
Having difficulty with your current supply chain? Evaluating where to manufacture your clothing line in 2021/2022? In this blog we’ll highlight the three pros/cons of today’s overseas and domestic apparel manufacturing landscape.
We sat down with Steve O’Mara, President and CEO of JJM Custom Apparel Manufacturing to get a closer look at the man behind JJM.
Back in January 2020, JJM’s Shanghai office told us about a strange virus impacting production in certain areas of China. We couldn’t have predicted the disruptions about to occur. Now with “that year” behind us all, what will the retail supply chain look like in 2021? We’ve unpacked 4 logistic concerns impacting apparel imports in Q1, 2021.
JJM Custom Apparel Manufacturing knows first-hand how important trust and visibility is between brand and supplier. It’s everything. But how do you develop this trust when your team can’t (or doesn’t feel comfortable) travelling overseas to audit facilities?