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Lowering Costs in the Interlining Industry

Written by Strategic Planning Team
Monday, 4 October 2010, 11:30


There are so many business strategies go in to making your company run and be successful. One aspect that is very important in a successful business model is making sure that your company is being run efficiently, so is that in the interlining industry. “When talking about lowering the costs in the company, many executives only focus on procurement costs and operational costs etc.” Said Sam Lee, the Managing Director of Interlining Source, “for example, from the view of the director in the procurement team, a balanced budget control on base fabrics for products of woven interlining, non-woven interlining and fusible interlining is essential, but mine are focusing on the strategic planning. One of them is efficiency in the business model.” Efficiency is a tool to run the company successfully, but at the same time we must make sure the total costs is not increasing. Here are some tips on how to increase efficiency while lowering costs given by Sam, which are applicable for the manufacturers of woven interlining, non-woven interlining and fusible interlining.


The first tip to increase efficiency while lowering costs is to have contingency measures to keep the employees busy during machine down time. “The machine down time is a part of interlining manufacturing as the production lines need to be switched for products of woven interlining, non-woven interlining and fusible interlining, or have maintenance done to the machines.” Sam described, “making full use of the machine down time will certainly make a positive effect on increasing the efficiency.” For instance, having the production lines organized and working space clean during the machine down time will help saving costs on house keeping and have less time wasted, as everything is well organized and available for the employees to use.


Last Updated on Monday, 4 October 2010, 18:45

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On-Time Delivery in Interlining Industry

Written by Global Supply Chain Management Team
Wednesday, 6 October 2010, 14:30

The current interlining industry is already in an era of fierce competition. Under this circumstance, interlining suppliers focus on various aspects to win interest from their customers. Some devote themselves to the quality improvement of an interlining product like woven interlining, non-woven interlining and fusible interlining; while others put efforts in lowering the price of the products etc. Each supplier in the interlining industry is striving for excellence in their favorable fields. Of all the factors that attract the customer’s loyalty to a manufacturer, the most influential of all is, perhaps, consistent on-time delivery of their orders. Philip Kok, the director of Global Supply Chain Management Team in Interlining Source, pointed out.


Last Updated on Wednesday, 6 October 2010, 19:30

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Ways to Ensure Quality Control on Interlining Products

Written by Merchandise Quality Engineering Team (MQE)
Friday, 8 October 2010, 17:30

In the interlining industry, most suppliers strive for their own production of a level of quality control in every interlining category such as woven interlining, non-woven interlining and fusible interlining. There are a lot of different ways or measures to ensure the quality of interlining products, ranging from the actual interlining product performance itself to the physical composition components of the interlining product. “Though there are many ways to improve quality control, but don’t get overwhelmed.” Said Vincent Park, the director of Merchandise Quality Engineering Team in Interlining Source, “there are lots of programs and people can help you with the quality control on the interlining products like woven interlining, non-woven interlining and fusible interlining, of which you can find some applicable ways to ensure the quality control.”


Last Updated on Friday, 8 October 2010, 23:45

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A Successful Business Model of the Future in the Interlining Industry

Written by Strategic Planning Team
Money, 15 November 2010, 9:30

One-brand Non Wovens Group, a leading interlining manufacturer in China, has announced that they founded a service provider that would deliver interlining sourcing solution to their customers. The service provider is Interlining Source Co., Ltd. and can be found at http://www.interliningsource.com.


“The mission of Interlining Source is to provide high quality and transparent low cost interlining sourcing services for global clients”, said Sam Lee, the managing director of Interlining Source. ”It is the strategic plan of One-brand Group, to diversify the global market.”


Last Updated on Money, 15 November 2010, 18:45

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Reducing Product Defects in the Interlining Industry

Written by Merchandise Manufacturing Team
Friday, 19 November 2010, 10:30

For any manufacturer, the most important goal is to reduce product defects, and thus improve profitability. There are lots of ways to achieve this goal, however, the methods are supposed to come from the specific industry itself. “You may apply quality control process or Six Sigma to reduce defects”, said Josh Kuan, the director of merchandise manufacturing team in Interlining Source Co., Ltd. “however, the product defects will not be eliminated no matter what process improvement strategies are utilized. We may be infinitely close to 100% defect free for the interlining products like woven interlining, non-woven interlining and fusible interlining, but most probably we will never achieve the goal of 0% of product defects rate.” With the improvement on reducing product defects, an interlining manufacturer may gain auxiliary benefits, such as lowering costs and increasing productivity, which finally turn into saving money in the business.


Last Updated on Friday, 19 November 2010, 20:35

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