Among the garment manufacturing companies in Somalia, there are a number of highly regarded and respected brands in the industry. These top brands have been able to successfully establish their presence in the market and are now becoming one of the preferred choices for many fashion conscious people across the globe.
1 Hissen Global
Having been in the second hand clothing industry for over a decade, USED CLOTHING TAIB has built up a stable supply chain from top used clothes sources in Europe. The company is capable of supplying quality and affordable used clothes to the Somali community. Their team has extensive experience in the industry and a well-rounded understanding of the needs of the market. They have a huge factory that handles both used and new clothing. Moreover, they offer bulk sales for their customers.
If you’re looking for the best used clothes in Somalia, then you might want to try out Hissen Global. This company supplies 60% of the country’s used clothes. Their employees are licensed, trained, and ranked in three levels. They are also checked by quality control managers. Their process for sorting and packing used clothing is under strict supervision. Their prices are affordable and their customer service is great.
Another good option for used clothes in Somalia is Next Best Clothes. This is a UK-based company that specializes in the African market. Their large used clothes factory has a wide range of products and offers a variety of styles. They export used clothes to Somalia and have been receiving orders from the country for more than five years. During that time, they have shipped over ten thousand pieces of used clothing to the country.
2 Lawrence M Barry & Co
Whether you are looking for the cheapest used clothes or a swanky pre loved clothing supplier, you have come to the right place. Hissen Global has a team of used clothing experts with years of experience in the industry.
They have been receiving orders from Somalia for more than five years. They also have a state of the art used clothing warehouse that holds thousands of items. Their top quality, affordable prices have helped them become the leading used clothing supplier in the region.
Their bespoke used clothes range is stocked with everything from suits and blouses to sportswear. They also have a wide selection of second hand t-shirts, jeans, hats, and shoes to suit every budget. They also have a full-service store with a team of highly experienced sales representatives.
3 NEXT BEST CLOTHING
NEXT BEST CLOTHING is a company that focuses on the African clothing wholesale market. It is based in the United Kingdom and exports used clothes to Somalia. This company provides a variety of used clothes that are of high quality. The company also provides used accessories like handbags, purses and shoes. The company also has a big factory where the used clothes are sorted.
The company is associated with a number of renowned brands and offers a variety of fabrics at affordable rates. This is a company that has years of experience in the used clothes industry. They have a team of used clothes supplier and a used clothing warehouse. They have been receiving orders from Somalia for over five years. This company is also a very reliable source for bulk used clothing. The company also has a very low minimum order baseline. The company also provides photoshoots and marketing services. It ships products worldwide. This company also has offices in New York and Dubai.
The company has access to the best clothing manufacturers in the world and provides high-quality fabrics at reasonable rates. They can ship the products to the customers as early as possible. This is a company that has a stable supply chain of used clothes from various sources in Europe and Africa. This is a company that can provide the most affordable prices for used clothes.
4 Accord group
Accord is a coalition of over 100 global brands, trade unions, governments, and non-governmental organizations that are working to improve safety conditions in Bangladesh’s garment sector. It is the latest effort in a long line of protracted efforts between manufacturers and workers to address health and safety concerns.
The International Accord for Health and Safety in the Textile and Garment Industry is a legally-binding agreement that was agreed upon in August of this year. It promotes workplace safety through independent inspections and remediation. It also recognises the rights of workers to organize and advocate for their interests.
The International Accord Safety Committee and Safety Training Programme is designed to increase awareness about workplace safety and promote a culture of workplace safety. It also includes an effective complaint mechanism. The RMG Sustainability Council (RSC) is a national safety monitoring organisation that implements the scheme and helps monitor factories’ progress.
The Accord has inspected over 1,650 factories since it was first introduced in September of 2013. Among other things, the Accord has trained over 1.8 million workers in safety procedures. In addition, the Accord has recommended a host of remediation measures.
The Accord is one of many efforts being undertaken by the Danish government to improve working conditions and safety in Bangladesh. In fact, the Danish government is going to provide logistical support for a number of initiatives, including the donation of 200 tablet computers to labour inspectors. It will also fund the training of labour inspectors, which will start next month.
It is worth noting that, in order to sign the International Accord, manufacturers have to agree to support the worker complaint process and comply with its outcomes.
Currently there are five bulk used clothing suppliers in Somalia that have received orders for more than five years. These companies can provide affordable prices and stable supply chains. Some of the products can be shipped to the US in 12 to 30 days.
The textiles and apparel industry represents 8% of Egypt’s exports. It has been boosted by foreign direct investments. Its port processing speed has been improved. The country has also started to focus on the athleisure market. Its apparel sector has a workforce of 1.5 million workers in 2,500 factories.
The country’s textiles and apparel industry is largely dependent on imported cotton. It has also invested heavily in synthetic fibres and equipment for fabric production.
Its garment production has increased to 15,000 pieces a week. It has a young and dedicated workforce. Its production is fully compliant with ETI standards. It produces high-quality work wear and denim garments. It also manufactures for high-end brands in the UK.
The company has a global network of sourcing and subcontracting. Its product range includes women’s, men’s, children’s, sportswear and denim. It offers a wide range of services, including printing and design.
Its products are made with environmentally friendly materials. It is part of the MADFORWATER project, which enhances wastewater reuse.
It has been in business since 1997. Its founder, Maher Brahem, wanted to create a company that could benefit his community. He established New Bramatex with 80 workers, and today the company has grown to 850 families. The company uses inspirational fabrics and sustainable dyes to produce premium casual garments. It also exports to leading international brands.
The company has worked on collaborative projects with Lacoste, Gerard Darel and Printemps. It has a strong related service and a client-centric approach.
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.