Sewing Factory in Vietnam

Hi, my name is Chris Walker and I am an American living in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. I married my wife, Sim, who is the owner and manager of a FOB Knitwear Garment Sewing factory in Vietnam. As a team we offer t-shirt printing in Vietnam. Since 2008 I have been working in the Vietnam Garment Industry and building a internet marketing campaign for my wife to help her find new customers. Now wear focused on tshirt wholesale in Vietnam. I got to this point by visiting many sewing, knitting and printing factories which you can view in my database. This year my wife is focusing on producing Oeko Tex certified garments and fabric. She is overseeing the knitting, dyeing and sewing process to maintain the Oeko Tex Standard 100. Please contact me for advice regarding the Vietnam Garment Industry and placing orders in my wife's factory. Her official website is Come visit us any time.
We are an FOB garment factory in Vietnam.
We buy yarn; we knit and dye fabric; then we cut, sew and embellish the finished t-shirt. We can make any style and any color of t-shirt. We outsource the printing of your artwork depending on what kind of ink and technique you choose. We manage the quality and cost of the t-shirt printing in Vietnam process.

Types of Prints Vietnam can do:
Water-Based, Oil Based, Reactive, Foil, Sublimation, Metallic, Glitter ... you name it, we can do it.

We ship to you anywhere in the World:
FOB HCMC or Landed Duty Paid. Ask us about t-shirt wholesale in Vietnam.

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My name is Chris Walker and I am an American living in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. My wife owns a knitwear garment factory where she makes fashionable t-shirts for customers in US, Europe, Russia and Australia. Contact us for more information...

When should you consider to make your t-shirts in Vietnam? When you are able to meet the minimums of the suppliers. There are two limiting factors: dyeing minimums and screen printing minimums. If you can't meet their minimums then you are better off printing with your local screen printer. This is how T-Shirt Printing in Vietnam works.

The dyeing
minimums are based on the fact that dye houses have 20 kg, 200 kg, 500 kg, 1000 kg and 2000 kg dye vats. The 20 kg dye vat is used for sampling; not production. So the minimum is 200 kg. So let's say your fabric is 180 g/m2 and your width is 1.6 m wide. 200 kg would equal around 816 t-shirts. That's per color. So the MOQ per color is 800. The screen printers require 1,000 prints per design (or per screen set up.) So, to make business sense in Vietnam you need an MOQ of 1,000 t-shirts per color per design. Then there is a good chance we can get the price below 3 USD per t-shirt. That's with good quality fabric and good quality print; including labels, hang tags, poly bags, carton boxes etc. T-Shirt Printing in Vietnam minimums.
Mixing colors
great screen printing factory
Foil printing operations
Sublimation with foil print
This is my wife showing print samples to customers in NYC. Visit my wife's website:
Sim in NYC
Flatbed screen printing for local market
Machines from Germany
Factory that does burnout and sublimation
More sublimation examples
This is our exhibit booth at Sourcing at Magic in 2012. View our video from the show:
Our booth at Magic 2012