Understanding China’s Success:
China’s ranks #1 as the world’s the world’s largest garment exporter with 38% global market share. Bangladesh ranks #2 with a 5% market share. We all acknowledge that China dominates the global garment export market.
However, few … Read More
Not a week goes by, but a newspaper publishes an article which accuses both a garment factory of failing to meet minimum standards of compliance and their customers of negligence and even complicity. The general complaint is that the factory … Read More
For over 20 years all negotiations for U.S. garment related free trade agreements have been governed by 2 assumptions.
1. Without the support of the textile industry, the U.S. Congress will reject any proposed garment free trade agreement.
As a … Read More
Posted in Customer Strategies, Factory Strategies, Global Issues, U.S. Government
Tagged garment factories, garment imports, Globalization, protectionism, tariffs, U.S. Government Policy, Vietnam, Yarn Forward Rule
1. Factory workers are apathetic and stupid by nature. They are incapable of understanding the actual manufacturing process.
2. For each product, there exists one-best-way to manufacture that product, providing the greatest number of units in the least time with … Read More