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'Borderless production is the future'
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Mar '16
Borderless production would be the future of the global textile supply chain system said a speaker at the recently held China & Asia Textile Forum 2016 in Shanghai.

On day two of the event, Alex Feng, managing director of PDS Trading and director, Fibre2Fashion China spoke on 'Textile Enterprises' Layout of Supply Chain to Cope with Constant Changes in Asian Textile Industry'.

Suggesting borderless production as the future, Feng said we can source different products in each country, but final solution will be borderless production. He said borderless production will aid orders and materials from different countries to be produced in different centres.

Feng said that global buyers want good price, fast reaction and short lead time. He harped on several challenges faced by the textile industry like, increase in price level every year, quality level unstable and logistics problems.

Emphasising on sourcing strategies of PDS Trading for various Asian countries, Feng said for sourcing from China stress is on fair price, better quality and fast delivery, while for India it is special local fabric, handmade products and cotton products. He also mentioned for countries like Bangladesh, Cambodia and Myanmar, PDS Trading focuses on low price, long delivery and large quantity.

The two-day conference was aimed at sharing and discussing a variety of hot topics to help the textile industry professionals to avoid the risks and find opportunities. It also offered a platform for exchanges, communication and mutual assistance. (NA)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - China


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