5 Question You Should Ask Factory When Cooperating

Panda L Fashion Manufacture

From fashion idea to finish products, there are so many things you should consider and communicate with the factory. Your communication with the factory will determine the quality of your production line.
Here are 5 questions you should ask the factory:

1. How much should we pay per unit?
Before cooperating, you should ask the factory about the price of this product in general. Some factory will give quotes based on the similar products they had made or the samples.

2. What's the Minimum Order Quantity?
The Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ) minimum inventory of a product that the supplier is willing to sell. If the product is in stock, there is no limit on MOQ.

3. Why are the finished products different from my idea?
When we first started working with factories, there are some misunderstandings and mistakes because of language and market. That's why it's important for you to write down the more details of your dream clothing, including the size, color, print, fabric, fitting, etc.


4. What are the lead times?
According to our experience, it is recommended to order clothes for 1.5 months in advance.
①It takes about 7 to 10 days to customize the sample.
②It takes about 2 weeks to produce a batch of clothes.
③It takes about 2 weeks to ship from China to Australia by sea.
*In addition, if you want to receive the clothing in urgent, you can communicate with the factory and transport your clothing by air.

5. What brands does the factory cooperate with?
This question helps you understand the quality-management and capabilities of the factory. Have they cooperated with fashion designers or famous fashion brand? The factories that cooperate with famous fashion brand will take responsibility for the quality problems, can solve it better.

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