ARIIKE COMPANY, a 100% export-oriented company, is located in Shishi, a beautiful city in southeast China. And it is a apparel company specialized in manufacturing and exporting of first quality garments. With many years of apparel business experience we’ve literally experienced everything and have worked on every possible style & fit. Innovation fuels our wagon in our journey to success. We maintain high degree of efficiency in our quality and productivity every time.
Our core mission is to produce apparel that’s both fiercely functional and fabulous so that you can feel confident and awesome.
How it is Made
Garment production is an organized activity consisting of sequential processes
such as laying, marking, cutting, stitching, checking, finishing, pressing and packaging.
1. Pattern making:
Pattern making enables you to translate your designs from a single prototype into one (or many millions) of final products.
2. Fabric Inspection:
Fabric Inspection is systematic observation of fabrics to decide whether it meets Client’s specification.
3. Pre-production Sampling:
Garment samples are inevitably important and are developed tested before starting the bulk production.
Cutting is the process which cut out the pattern pieces from specified fabric for making garments.
5. Finishing & Detailing:
Some special detailing such as embroidery, beading and printing may need to be done in this step according to different styles.
Stitching or sewing is done after the cut pieces are bundled according to size, colour and quantities determined by the sewing room.
7. Internal Quality Control:
We highly emphasize on quality control, there are three main phases we focus to inspect on, which are Material, Product making and Final quality control.
8. Fusing and Pressing:
Fusing and pressing are two processes which have the greatest influence on the finished look of a garment. Fusing creates the foundation and pressing put the final seal of quality on the garment.
9. Packaging and Shipping:
In the last step, garments are folded, tagged, sized, and packaged according to customer specifications to ensure that the clothing is correctly packaged and shipped to the customer distribution center in cardboard boxes.