Mexican Clothing Manufacturing

NovaLink has Extensive Mexican Clothing Manufacturing Experience

As a company with skilled labor, equipment, and plenty of factory space, along with the experience to produce quality textile products, NovaLink is able to ensure the success of any Mexican clothing manufacturing project. 

 

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

Mexican Clothing Manufacturing 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?

A maquiladora, a manufacturing solution created to take advantage of tariff agreements between the U.S. and Mexico, has many benefits that businesses should consider when deciding whether to outsource. A Maquiladora is based in Mexico, usually near the Mexico-U.S. border. Outsourcing manufacturing to Mexico has many advantages for American companies. In some cases, these needs are a result of cost competitiveness or an insufficient number of laborers available to meet the demand.