|Maternity Clothing / Breast Feeding: C.M.T Clothing Factory|
If you are looking for maternity apparel factories you have come to the proper place. Below you will find our maternity clothing manufacturers directory. This is an international apparel guide with listings from various countries.
Amma Maternity (USA): is a boutique style manufacturer of maternity wear. In addition, Amma private lables not only maternity clothing, but other womens wear. Amma does not require large quantity orders and it's advantage is to serve companies that do not want to deal with the hassels and risks of over seas production. Located in Los Angeles, Amma serves domestic and international accounts. They pride themselves in saving their clients money, time and presenting them with superior products. Address: 850 S. Broadway, #801-B Los Angeles, CA 90014 Phone: 213-622-6655 FAX: 213-622-6656 Email: email@example.com Contact: Art Rahbar
Consult & Sew Assoc: They are a private label manufacturer that provides a one stop shop for a complete package. Their services include: Design, Pattern Making, Marking & Grading, Samples, fabric Knitting, Cut & Sew, Trimmings & Packaging. They provide a unique production group for the apparel markets and can accomodate small & large lots. Their markets include: Sportswear, Activewear, Casualwear, Streetwear, Corporate Identity custom apparel. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Contact: Ed Valdimer, Owner 9525 Vercelli St Lake Worth FL 33467 ph: 561-966-2696 fx: 561-244-5777
M.E.Tex (Pakistan): Started business in 1997, with a Team Of Professionals. They produce a large variety of Garments in pure Cotton or mix threads They always try to produce quality articles and send them in less time. They have their our own Brand as well ie. "TexStyle" Wholesalers and retailers can also give them their ideas and they can fulfill all requirements. Address: 28. Industrial Area Dijkot Road, Faisalabad, Pakistan Phone: 92-41-658431 Fax: 92-41-643642 Email: email@example.com Contact: Zahid Mahmood (Proprietor)
Olian Maternity: In the late 1980s, the maternity industry while being well supplied by
numerous clothing manufactures, often produced garments that in many cases
looked like the afterthought of a regular-fit garment or that were jokingly
referred to as "tents." In fact, more often than not, these garments
did not fit well and did not accommodate the fashion conscious mother-to-be.
These manufactures of the late 1980s just wanted to satisfy the generic
demands of the market, with limited awareness or irreverence towards the
ultimate consumer. The only way to obtain a beautiful maternity dress was
to pay an excessive price at an exclusive shop for a dress that had a limited
use after the pregnancy. There was very little value to the consumer.
Olian which at the time was focusing on the higher-end fashion market, decided
to redefined its mission and address the real needs of the expecting mothers