In-house Production 

The garment manufacturing is a complex and time-consuming process that involves a number of different steps and care of uniforms. It involves the design, manufacture and distribution of the garments. Most uniforms are produced according to specifications provided by the customer, which may include the type of fabric, color, style and insignia. The uniforms are then manufactured using sewing machines, sergers and other equipment. Once the garments are assembled, they are inspected for quality control and then shipped in bulk quantity to the customer.

Brief Overview & Steps In Garment Manufacturing 


The first step in the school uniform manufacturing process is the design phase. This involves creating a design concept and sketching the design of the uniform. Once the design has been finalized, the production process begins.We design the uniform pieces to fit the school’s needs and overall look. Then we create a uniform sizing chart to ensure all uniforms fit properly. The entire process is monitored carefully to ensure all pieces are made according to the design.

Fabric Selection

The second step is to select the fabric for the uniform. This involves selecting the fabric type, color, and pattern for the uniform. We use cotton and spandex which is a breathable, natural fabric that is often used for uniforms due to its comfort and durability. It is easy to care for and can be machine washed and dried. It is resistant to wrinkles, fading, and pilling and can be machine washed and dried. It is easy to care for and can be machine washed and dried.


The third step is the cutting phase. This involves cutting the fabric into the desired uniform pieces. First we measure the fabric length and width and cut it into the desired size pieces. Using a rotary cutter or scissors, pieces are cut in different sizes. After the pieces are cut accurately and precisely, the fabric goes through several checks  for any imperfections or flaws before cutting. Separate the cut fabric pieces into their respective piles for easy access.


This involves stitching the pieces of fabric together to form the uniform. Depending on the type of fabric and the complexity of the pattern, the process can take anywhere from an hour to several days. The fabric cut out is laid on a flat surface and pin the pattern pieces to it. We use a backstitch when sewing seams and an overlock stitch when finishing the edges. 


The fifth step is the final inspection phase. This is when all of the uniforms are inspected to ensure they meet the customer’s specifications. This involves adding any embellishments, buttons, zippers, or other features to the uniform.  Any defects or errors are corrected before the uniforms are shipped to the customer.

Quality Control

The sixth step is quality control. This involves inspecting the uniform for any flaws or defects before it is shipped off to the customer. With our quality control procedures it is used to ensure the uniforms meet the established standards.

THE Perfect Fabric For Coveralls

Our production facility has all the advanced resources and machines. Some of the machines installed at our in-house production unit include: 

Fabrics Relaxing Machine

Cutting Machine

Bartacking Sewing Machine

Printing Machine

Tufting machines

Weaving machines

Zipper making machines

Woolen mill machines