“Old ways won’t open new doors” – Anonymous

The key success factor for garment manufacturing today is not low costs. In a scenario where manpower cost is certain to increase every year and inputs are not getting cheaper, the sole differentiating factor for garment manufacturing is overall competitiveness, which includes price, quality, timeliness, service as well as sustainability. China, the largest garment manufacturer, is the shining example of competitiveness in the business despite having 4 times higher wages than India and no zero-duty access to the US or EU.

Wastra helps the investors look upon garment factories as engineering firms that are in business of assembling (fabric) parts to make a finished product viz. garment or made-ups. Wastra engineered garment factories are competitive, compliant and credible set-ups, established on 4 pillars, that can be relied upon every single time for quality, price and delivery commitments.

Achieving competitiveness in garment manufacturing in not an art; but science. There are 4 pillars of a highly competitive garment business in terms of organization, technology, infrastructure, and processes. Wastra re-engineering service helps an existing garment factory realign itself in these areas to improve its competitiveness. Over the period, any garment factory can make some of the 7 most common mistakes that can adversely impact its performance. Wastra is a team of garment manufacturing consultants consisting of industrial engineers, apparel experts, and fashion technologists who offer their combined expertise and experience to clients to eliminate such errors.

Are you a garment factory owner looking to improve the factory performance?

Get in touch with us. Our team of experts could advise and implement the best possible solutions to make your factory an engineered factory.

Our re-engineering process has 4 distinct steps:
Gap analysis that benchmarks the current operations to best practices by examining the existing processes and workflow
Intervention planning based on the current and the desired state
Implementation of designed interventions
Sustaining the improvements achieved through regular monitoring