Sourcing

Domestic & Global Sourcing & Manufacturing

Giclee Unique Apparel maintains domestic manufacturing opportunities for our clients.  
 
Many national clients and consumers are increasing their demand for "Made in America" products.  With modern factories nationwide, a proven history, and a diverse range of production capabilities and expertise, we represent American manufacturing you can count on to proudly support the “Made in the USA” label.
 
Our domestic manufacturing capabilities offer:
  • “Made in the USA” marketing advantage

  • Reliable performance

  • ISO 9001:2000 certified factories and processes to gain efficiency, reduce waste, and enhance customer satisfaction;

  • Competitive pricing

  • Consistent on-time delivery

  • Exceeds expectations

  • Compliance with U.S. best practices,
    environmental mandates, industrial
    performance standards and the tightest of military specifications

Giclee Unique Apparel is a primary apparel and accessory manufacturing company with extensive off-shore multi-site global sourcing facilities which have been producing quality programs for over 15 years.
 
In China, we represent a matrix of 28 state of the art, certified manufacturing facilities.  Our local Shanghai office oversees the day to day factory compliance, quality assurance, inventories, forecasting, production planning and reporting.  Our office is an ISO 9001 certified facility with a laboratory apparatus accreditation by ITS, WRAP and C-PAT certifications.  We also represent select smaller independent facilities catering to the markets new impulsive fast purchase market.
 
Our company represents other facilities in Pakistan, Cambodia and Vietnam.  Manufacturing ports are determined by product, program volume and margin requirements.
 

 

Key Suppliers are required to become Worldwide Responsible Apparel Production (WRAP) certified by The American Apparel and Footwear Association.  The WRAP program is a factory-based, certification and independent monitoring initiative that requires participating manufacturers to demonstrate ongoing compliance with twelve WRAP production principles. These principles address recognized standards for labor practices and workplace conditions. Specifically, the WRAP principles include prohibitions on forced labor, child labor, workplace abuses, job discrimination and violations of customs and environmental laws. Our factories are subject to unannounced inspections by independent monitors accredited by WRAP several times per year.