Choosing the right garment manufacturing companies in Malaysia can be a difficult task. There are many factors to consider before making the decision, such as price, delivery time, and quality. Here’s a list of some of the best manufacturers in the country.
1 MD Textile Sdn Bhd
Among the top apparel manufacturers in Malaysia is Md Textile Sdn Bhd, a wholesaler of T-shirts, polo shirts, jackets and sweaters, blouses, shirts, sleepwear, hats, caps, gloves, socks, footwear, underwear, and many more. The company also provides printing services. The firm has its headquarters in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. It was incorporated in 2005. The company has its manufacturing plant in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Another company is Iceblue Inter Apparel, a t-shirt manufacturer that specializes in fast fashion designing for men, women and kids. The firm employs experienced merchandisers and quality control teams in China. Its turnaround time is quick, allowing for the production of over 200 designs per month.
The company has a reputation for producing high-quality shirts, with the company’s main focus being on efficiency and reasonable prices. It is also a member of the Malaysia Knitting Manufacturing Association, and has been recognized as one of the top 100 fast-moving Malaysian companies.
In addition to being a shirt manufacturer, Esping is a major supplier of apparels. The firm offers efficient delivery of high-quality products, and is a member of the Malaysia Gifts and Premium Association.
Aside from t-shirts, the company is known for its heat press service, which is a big deal in the apparel industry. It also offers a friendly workplace for its factory workers.
The apparel industry in Malaysia is a major contributor to the country’s economy. In fact, 1.7 percent of the country’s total exports is related to the textile industry. The 2020 target for this industry is $6 billion.
The company also provides marketing services. It has an in-house lab testing facility to ensure that its products meet the highest standards.
2 Body Work Apparel Sdn Bhd
Located in Malaysia, Body Work Apparel Sdn. has a slew of impressive accolades in the fashion arena. One of the more notable is the coveted Best in Show award at the recent Malaysian International Textile Exhibition.
The group is also no stranger to the competitive arena, having just wrapped up a stellar performance at the World Textile Exhibition in Shanghai. The company has won a swag of other trophies, including being voted into the prestigious Malaysian Textile Industry Association (MTA) Hall of Fame. As a testament to the company’s pedigree, the MTA itself has awarded the coveted Best in Show award to the aforementioned entrant for its unblemished performance. The company is in the market for a new head of opsys and a major refurbishment of its existing facilities.
The company’s eminently impressive product line spans the gamut from fashionable apparel wear to upscale couture. Its mainstay is the alluring tees of varying colors and prints. In addition to its retail operations, the company has also minted several subsidiary brands, including a plethora of ready to wear collections. The company has a streamlined sourcing and logistics operation. The company is a one stop shop for all things apparel related. Besides the obvious suspects, the aforementioned tees, the company also has a dedicated footwear arm, with a slew of worthy apes.
3 ALEXIS UNIFORM SDN BHD
ALEXIS UNIFORM SDN BHD is one of the top garment manufacturers in Malaysia. It produces uniforms that are comfortable and fashionable. It also manufactures sportswear, workwear, outdoor apparel, and corporate uniforms. The company has a team of qualified designers who are capable of producing custom-made designs for clients.
The company is known for its high quality production. It employs state-of-the-art machines and human resources to make the garments. It uses quality fabrics and fine cuts to create uniforms that are comfortable. The uniforms are available in a variety of sizes. It also provides embroidery and printing services.
The company is a member of the Malaysia Knitting Manufacturing Association. It is also active in the Malaysia Gifts and Premium Association. It has been awarded as one of the top 100 fast-moving Malaysian companies in 2016.
The company has over 20 years of experience in the apparel industry. It also has a design office in the United States. It has experienced merchandisers and quality control teams in China. It also produces over 200 designs a month.
The company has two trading partners in the local market. It supplies 20,000 uniforms monthly. Its products are exported to 10 countries. It is ISO 9001:2015 certified. It is an accredited supplier.
The company is an expert in making pants, dresses, and tee shirts. It also produces knitwear and scarves. It has its own private label, Seahorse. It has two design offices in the United States and Europe.
The company produces fashionable clothing for children, teenagers, and adults. It also has its own in-house designer. It works with small brands and SMEs to produce uniforms. The company has several factories in China.
4 BP Plastics Holding Bhd. (Malaysia) PE & PP Garment Packaging Bags
BP Plastics Holding Bhd (BPPLAS) is one of the leading producers of plastic packaging bags in the world. It produces cast stretch film, shrink film, polyethylene plastic film and industrial plastic packaging bags. The company is located in Batu Pahat, Johor. Its manufacturing facility is spread over 15.5 acres. It has 80 units of manufacturing machineries. The company serves its customers worldwide.
BPPLAS is certified ISO 18001 and ISO 14001. Its products are sold in the Middle East, Europe and Asia. It operates at two production facilities. It has an in-house research and innovation capability. In addition, the company has a recycling management system to enhance the sustainability of its operations.
The company has a capacity of producing 150 metric tons of PE Film per day. The company’s products are available in more than 50 countries. Among its product ranges are Collation Shrink Film, Lamination Base Film, Collation Shrink Film, Plain Film, Jumbo Roll, Hand Roll, Collation Shrink Film, Plain Shrink Film, Collation Shrink Film, Clear Film, Infinity and Priority. Moreover, the company also manufactures machine rolls.
The firm has also recently expanded its extrusion capacity. It added a nine-layer Battenfeld Gloucester extrusion line in December. The extrusion line is aimed at tapping into the stretch cast film market. The company also added a multilayer coextrusion line in July for lamination. It also plans to add a monolayer extrusion line for low density PE bags.
In addition to these, the company also supplies polyethlene plastic bags to the garment industry. The firm has gained its place in the market as it provides cost-competitive packaging products to its clients. The company also carries out in-house research and innovation to keep its products competitive.
5 Rubberflex Sdn Bhd.
During the course of its second administrative review, Rubberflex challenged the Department of Commerce’s (Commerce) assertion that it met all the requirements for a total BIA. The Court remands the case to Commerce. The Court’s order also remands the Final Results to Commerce.
The Department of Commerce’s (Commerce’s) assertion that it met all the requirements for the final results is unconvincing. For example, the Final Results include a determination covering extruded rubber thread from Malaysia. In evaluating the merits of the alleged final results, Rubberflex argues that Commerce did not perform the requisite due diligence, including the most important element: an opportunity to comply with the final determination. This is especially true in light of the fact that Rubberflex was given ample notice of the timing of the verification.
The Department of Commerce (Commerce) did not do the obvious by using the most cost effective method to conduct the investigation. It waited over 18 months before pursuing the requisite due diligence. In addition, the agency threw up a number of nitpicks, including an inconsistency in the way it calculated the duty rate. Finally, the agency failed to convert Rubfil’s ocean freight expenses from Malaysian ringgits to US dollars.
The Department of Commerce’s (Commerce’s) use of discretion during its second administrative review severely compromised the integrity of the final results. Although the aforementioned supplemental questionnaire is not included in the record, the court finds it a worthwhile exercise to evaluate the alleged nitpicks in light of the final results.
The other luvvie was the ol’ “tie a knot” in the rubber thread industry. For example, Rubberflex challenged the Department of Commerce’s use of the total BIA, which would have been a clever and impressive feat.
Henry Pham (Pham Quang Anh), CEO of DONY Garment
This year, we have found that many international buyers are seeking new suppliers based in nations outside of China and Thailand to purchase many goods and products, including uniforms, workwear, reusable cloth face mask, and protective clothing.
At DONY Garment, we are proud to welcome international customers, especially those based in the US, Canada, the Middle East, and the EU market to discover the professional production line at our factory in Vietnam.
We guarantee our products are of the highest quality, at an affordable cost, and easy to transport across the world.