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Bernardo expands production capacity in Haryana
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Oct '08
Bernardo Fashions is expanding its quality production capability with the opening of an office in Haryana, India.

This new office allows Bernardo access to new design, production and sourcing opportunities. In addition, the company will also be in complete control of manufacturing by employing its own work force.

“Bernardo has always believed it could provide the best product by having its own employees in place wherever the company produces its collections. Our employees have a vested interest in making sure that their company's goods are perfect,” said Stuart Pollack, owner and president of Bernardo Fashions.

At its new location, Bernardo Fashions now occupies more than 2,000 sq. ft. of office, sourcing, and production space. Most of its contemporary styles under the Ashley B by Bernardo label will be controlled and released at this new manufacturing base.

“The site officially opened the week of September 29th, 2008 after two years of experimenting with production,” added Pollack, “We now have a viable base. With good quality and innovative leather finishes, India offers us a functional option to China where costs are climbing and originality and creativity have been lackluster at best.”

The company continues to seek out production facilities that provide exceptional quality with sensitivity to final costs.

This innovative U. S. fashion manufacturer of suede, leather and fabric outerwear and sportswear is recognized as an industry leader and supplier to major department stores. The company is also known for its concern for the environment producing fashion that is eco-friendly.

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