Blue Hands International is expanding its market presence worldwide to fulfill needs of renowned sports appeal brands and sport clubs. To achieve continuous growth Blue Hands focus on market trends, new development and requirements. Blue Hands International recessive an order from its business counter part, plan production and initiate working on an order. The following production processes are listed and explained.
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Factory develop pattern based on design/artwork send by client according to measurements chart. Patterns are kept buyer wise and proper product code and picture of final product pasted on pattern for proper trace ability and identification.
Pre-production sample is made and send to customer for inspection and approval. Once PP sample is approved by customer, production of order initiated.
Factory Sources Fabrics From Well Reputed Fabric Suppliers Locally And Internationally According To Required Specifications. Blue Hands International Always Emphasize To Use Top Quality Raw Material To Achieve Best Quality Appeal. Fabric Are Sourced And Stored In Fabric Store In Racks. Fabric Inspection Is Done Prior To Issue Fabric To Cutting Department.
Based on style requirement, cutting of garment component are done two ways such as fixed cutting and block cutting. Fixed cutting – In case excess fabric at seam lines does not required for following processes such as printing and embroidery fixed cutting is done. Block cutting is done for Printing, Embroidery and Digital Printing (Sublimation) process for some designs. In some cases, block cutting is required for few component and rest components are cut fixed shape in same lays. All components are numbered with sticker or marker and stored. Numbering is done to ensure that garment components are attached from same layer and size. Cutting auditing is done for cut components as well as bundles.
Cut Panels Are Sent For Printing And Embroidery. Based On Product Design Different Panels Of Same Garment May Be Required To Process Through Different Process At The Same Time. In Case, One Or Two Components Are Sent For These Processes Other Components Are Kept In Layers In Racks With Proper Layer Tag. Paper Transfer Printing, Most Of The Orders Required A Brand Logo. Instead Of Screen Printing Factory Prefers Transfer Printing Method For Logo Printing And This Transfer Printing Is Done In The Line. Printed And Embroidery Panels Are Checked For Print And Embroidery Quality And Stored For Sorting Based On Sequence Number Of Each Layer. Re-Cutting Is Done For Block Panels After Printing Or Embroidery Process To Shape Components. Re-Cutting Is Done In Single Panel Or Couple Of Panels.
Blue Hands International private label for established brands to high fashion boutiques to new garment lines. With years in the sports apparel industry, we are experts in working with all kinds of fabrics. We’ve produced garments for all the major sports; football, baseball, basketball, cheerleading, soccer (football), tennis, hockey, rugby, lacrosse, golf, table tennis, volleyball, cricket, and more! In addition to sports uniforms, promotional wear. We also produce lady’s casual garments like blouses, skirts, trouser, hoodies and polos.
Our speciality machines include but are not limited to coverstitch, single needle, double needle, bar tack, buttonhole, safety stitch and more
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A QC Inspector Checks Sewing Quality At All Workstations. Random QC Ensures That Each Operators Produce Quality Garment. At The End Of Sewing Operations One Check Point Is Kept To Check Stitched Garments Prior To Moving Next Process. 100% Garments Are Checked In Accordance With Measurement Chart, Design And Fit At This Check Point. Checker Trims Loose/Uncut Threads Found In Garments.
As mentioned earlier most of the orders do not required washing process and thread cutting, checked garments are directly moved to pressing table. Garments pressed using steam iron.
Pressed Garments Are Folded With Tissue Paper And Tagged With Customer Instructed Tags Which May Include Hang Tag, Price Tag And Special Care Instruction Tag. Tagged Garments Are Packed Into Poly Bags.
Tagged and individually packed garments are sorted size and color wise. Blue Hands International uses customer specified cartons (dimension) for packing garments as per specified size ratio. Customer may ask for single size packing or single color packing or mix size single color or mix size mix color packing. Packed and marked cartons are stored in ready to Dispatch Store.
Blue Hands International Always Dispatch Shipment Through Renowed International Courier Services Like DHL, FedEx, UPS Etc. As Soon As Shipment Was Picked Up A Tracking Number Is Intimated To Client. Every Time We Ensure Fastet Delivery Of Shipment.