Frequently asked questions
Natural fibers are fibers that are obtained from plants, animals, and mineral sources. Examples of natural fibers include cashmere, cotton, wool, silk, and linen.
Natural fibers have a number of advantages over synthetic fibers. They are biodegradable, renewable, and often more comfortable and breathable than synthetic fibers. They can also be hypoallergenic, making them suitable for people with allergies.
Natural fibers are generally more expensive than synthetic fibers due to the cost of raw materials and the more labor-intensive processes required to produce them.
Natural fibers can be more sustainable than synthetic fibers because they are biodegradable and renewable.
Our quality control measures in textile production include testing the strength and durability of the fabric, checking for defects, verifying that the fabric meets specific standards or requirements, and ensuring that the fabric has the desired appearance, feel, and performance characteristics. Quality control measures can be implemented at various stages of the production process, from raw material selection to the final inspection of the finished product. Our company work with Nationaly certified laboratory under Mongolian University of Science and Technology. Also, our customer's request sample of their products to be pre-tested in their own country's laboratory before mass-production.
To request a quote from a us, you will typically need to provide some basic information about your project or product, such as the type of fabric you need, the quantity you require, and any special specifications or requirements. You may also need to provide your contact information and a timeline for your project.
There are several factors that can affect the price of a quote from a us, including the type of fabric, the quantity, the complexity of the project, and any special requirements or specifications. The cost of raw materials, labor, design, and other production costs will also play a role in the final price.
To place an order with us, you will typically need to review and accept the quote, provide any necessary deposit or upfront payment, and sign a purchase order or other agreement. You may also need to provide detailed instructions or specifications for the order and confirm the delivery schedule.
It may be possible to make changes to your order during design stage of production. However, making changes to an order can often result in additional costs or delays, so it is important to carefully review your order before placing. Most importantly, after purchase of agreement on raw material is agreed and deposit is payed. There will be no refunds.
Our minimum order starts with 60kg of de-haired fibre. This is smallest quantity to dye the fibre. It is undestand that during the spinning process there will be loss of 5% of fibre.
Textile manufacturers have minimum orders to ensure that the cost of producing and delivering the goods is financially viable. Minimum orders also help manufacturers to streamline their production processes and avoid waste.
It is generally not possible to place an order for less than the minimum order, as manufacturers typically will not produce or sell smaller quantities of goods due to the costs and logistical challenges involved. However, you may be able to negotiate a lower minimum order if you are willing to pay a premium price for the goods.
Preferbably, yes due to working the brand's around the world certain specification of the products vary. However our company has a design department that can develop a technical pack for you or use our developed technical pack. This however will incur additional cost.
OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) and ODM (Original Design Manufacturer) are two different types of manufacturing arrangements.
OEM refers to a company that produces products for another company to sell under its brand name. In other words, the OEM manufacturer produces products to the specifications provided by the brand owner, who then sells the finished product to customers under its name.
ODM, on the other hand, refers to a company that designs and manufactures a product, which is then sold to another company that markets and sells the product under its brand name. In this arrangement, the ODM company is responsible for the entire product sourcing, design, and manufacturing process, while the branding company focuses on logistics, marketing and selling the product.
Our company has capability to provide both services, however with ODM the quantity, color and design will be limited.
Our Incoterms are FOB, Incoterms 2020, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
FOB (Free on Board) refers to a delivery arrangement in which the we are responsible for loading the goods onto the shipping vessel at the port of shipment. You will be responsible for the cost of transport from the port of shipment to their destination, as well as the cost of unloading the goods from the shipping vessel. Under FOB, we are not responsible for obtaining any necessary export permits, but the you will be responsible for obtaining any necessary import permits.
We have list of Mongolian logistics companies that we have good working relationship and provide all the necessary document to the logistics company.
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