Eastman Exports Global Clothing Private Limited, one of India’s leading manufacturers of clothing, shows casual menswear, womenswear, children’s wear, baby wear, lounge wear, innerwear and sleepwear knit items
“We are showcasing product development and recent bulk production done for various Indian retail and export customers. Visitors can see some new wash, print and graphic technique, and newness in fabrics and blends,” Amit Kumar, GM-Design & Product Development, at the Tiruppur, Tamil Nadu based company, said.
The company plans to network with consumers seriously searching for manufacturing collaborations, concentrating both on Indian retail and export order enquiries. “We would like to welcome them to see our extended product portfolio and give them the advantage of services of our design team, which is very successful in bringing the latest graphic and styling inputs, and also greatly benefit from our vertical setup,” Kumar said.
Speaking about launch of new products at the virtual expo, Kumar said, “We have lot of newness in fabric, wash and print/emb techniques that customers can look at.” Eastman is also informing its customers to visit F2F Sourcing Show.
Stating that virtual events would become the norm going forward, Kumar said, “Since uniqueness of a brand will eventually drive sales during these tough times, we believe sourcing will now be very focused. F2F Sourcing Show is a great platform to view and connect with manufacturers and take things forward to costing and development enquiries, and speed-to-market manufacturing queries are most welcome.”
Eastman Exports is at the forefront of design, innovation and full-scale production specialising in producing knitwear, high-end apparel and accessories of the highest quality for high-end global fashion brands and boutiques across the globe. “Eastman Exports is perfectly positioned to stay on top of the latest trends in the ever-changing world of fashion, with a commitment to provide exceptional products which meet the high expectations of our customers,” the company said.