With the current administration’s ongoing battle with China, we have received several inquiries from prospective clients who are looking to move their sourcing out of Chinese factories and into other manufacturing facilities, especially domestically. Unfortunately even with the high tariffs sewn goods made in the United States simply cannot compete, from a price perspective, with sewn goods made and shipped from abroad. However, in anticipation of these policies we have begun developing manufacturing in Myanmar to address our client’s concerns and offer a way to avoid costly tariffs.
The dispute with Chinese imports is costing American suppliers a lot of money, and subsequently raising the cost of goods for end users. Don’t worry we aren’t here to discuss the merits of this feud, only the implications. As of today, the tariffs on sewn goods are sitting at around a 25% increase. Some smaller businesses simply aren’t equipped to deal with a sharp increase in the cost of sewn goods, and we understand that. We’ve spent a lot of time and resources vetting numerous factories in Asia to find one that meets our rigorous standards of ethical labor and quality production. We utilize our same QC standards in our new facilities to ensure our customers that the end products coming out of Myanmar and China are indistinguishable from one another.
We understand that finding a trusted supplier can be a daunting task. We’re here to simplify that process and serve you with outstanding products and differentiate you from the competition. If you would like to learn more about how we can help, click here and contact us today.