Global Textile and Apparel Sourcing — The Views of Four Brands

Date: June 22, 2010
Pages: 11
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Publisher: Textiles Intelligence Ltd
Report type: Strategic Report
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Global Textile and Apparel Sourcing — The Views of Four Brands
Over the last 20 years, international sourcing activities have intensified as buyers have searched the world to find the best supply sources for their companies.

It is not surprising, therefore, that the distribution of apparel production varies considerably from that of apparel consumption. It is estimated that global consumption of apparel is worth between US$550 bn and US$570 bn a year. About a third is consumed in Europe, a third in the USA and a third in Asia.

However, Asia accounts for an overwhelming 71% of the world’s apparel production, while only 14% is made in continental Europe, 11% in the Americas, and 4% in Africa and the Middle East.
INTRODUCTION

JC PENNEY

Supplier location
What does JC Penney consider when choosing a supplier?
Supplier evaluation

VF CORPORATION

Production facilities
Own production versus outsourcing?
Supplier location
What does VF Corporation consider when choosing a supplier?

GAP

Supplier location
What does Gap consider when choosing a supplier?
Base line attributes
Solution oriented suppliers for long-term commitment and partnerships

SOMA INTIMATES

Sourcing strategy
Supplier location
What does Soma intimates consider when choosing a supplier?

CONCLUSIONS
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