Reference No : 18156954
Business Lead : Selling Offer
Fabric type : 100% silk
Size : XS,S,M,L,XL,XXL,Plus Size
Min Order :
Export Market : Worldwide
Sampling : Free
Place of origin : China
Payment Terms : D/P
6 USD / Pieces
Specialized Manufacturer and Exporter of Flatlock Underwear, Sportswear and Outdoor Clothing since 1990.
Beta Textiles Co., Limited is one of the leading OEM manufacturer and exporter of flatlock stitch (ISO 607) and normal stitch thermal underwear, sportswear and outdoor clothing located in Zhangjiagang around 130 KM west of China’s metropolis Shanghai.
With its own mills and several shareholding partner mills, Beta Textiles Co., Limited specializes in the manufacturing and export of flaflock stitch and normal stitch garments. With more than 150 flatlock sewing machines and complete sewing machines in its own sewing mill and five sewing mills financed by Beta Textiles Co.,Limited, the production capacity is more than 4,000, 000 pcs per year.
The Company has successfully exported to many countries such as UK, US, Canada, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Australia, New Zealand, Italy, Germany, France etc. The company has produced directly or indirectly for brands including Point Zero, Digital Clothing, Point Zero, BRP, Ahzee, Action, Haiti, Cooper MVP, Spalding, Work-n-Sport, Terramar, Ullmax, Brekka, Choko Design, Dakota, Winchester, Bobux, Sportek, Chlorophylle and Windriver.
Beta Textiles also specializes in the production and export of new and performance fabrics and finished garments with such performance fabrics including:-
•Merino Wool fabric;
•Bamboo and bamboo nano-silver fabric;
•Nylon/spandex, polyester/spandex fabric;
•Recycled polyester/nylon fabric and
•other circular knitted and tricot fabrics.
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