Apparel Manufacturers Mexico

Apparel Manufacturers Mexico

Apparel Manufacturers Mexico: NovaLink has the skilled labor, equipment, ample factory floor space and most importantly, the experience to produce quality textile products, ensuring any contract clothing manufacturing project is a success. Some of the clients NovaLink has provided contract manufacturing in Mexico services for include:

  • Patagonia
  • Nike
  • Fruit of the Loom
  • Land’s End
  • LL Bean
  • VF Knitwear

Apparel Manufacturers Mexico Services and Industries We Offer

  • Design Consultation / Engineering
  • Pattern Making
  • Prototyping & Sampling
  • Pattern Making
  • Grading & Nesting
  • Fabric / Component Sourcing
  • Technical Design & Quality Control
  • Process Engineering
  • Time studies
  • Line Layout
  • Cutting
  • Sewing
  • Automotive
  • Garment
  • Fashion
  • Aviation – Seating/Pillows/Blankets
  • Commercial Seating
  • Marine
  • Military/Recreational Covers
  • Athletic Wear
  • Industrial Safety
  • Promotional Products
  • Hospitality Bedding
  • Medical Curtains
  • Medical Devices
  • Outdoor/Indoor cushion/Pillows

Cut and Sew Equipment

NovaLink has experience with the following Cut and Sew equipment:

· Multi head Embroidery

· Label Heat Seal

· Lockstitch Sewing Machines

· Straight Stitch Sewing Machines

· Singe & Double Needle Walking Foot Sewing Machines

· 3-5 Thread Overlock Sewing Machines/Sergers

· Flat Seam

· Zig-Zag Machine Sewing Machines

· Box Stitch

· Die Cutter

· Fabric Spreader

· Gerber Cutting

· Rotary Blade Cutter & Vertical Fabric Saw

· Leather / Natural

· Grommet Press

· Over Arm Sewing Machines

What is The Maquiladora?

The Maquiladora, a manufacturing solution created to utilize preferential tariff agreements between the U.S. and Mexico, has a wide variety of benefits for businesses to consider when choosing if and who to use for outsourcing. A Maquiladora is based in Mexico, typically near the Mexico/U.S. border, but is operated by a U.S. company. This approach has many benefits for businesses looking to outsource their manufacturing needs. These needs may be due to cost competitiveness or availability of labor to meet demand.


In 1996, Patagonia wanted to adjust their global sourcing chain because they were experiencing long transit times for US materials and finished goods as well as high duty rates on foreign materials.  Although NovaLink only manufactured Patagonia’s polar fleece products at the beginning of the partnership, our portion of the business has grown as a result of our quality, speed to market and deep understanding of Patagonia’s products.