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“In the UK, Production Units go under many names but the standard model is ‘CMT Factories’.  CMT stands for Cut, Make and Trim – meaning that the Manufacturer does not supply any of the fabric or components apart from Thread & Bag and only carries out Production with the materials supplied”.

The Fashion Alliance, London

WHAT IS MEANT BY CMT PRODUCTION?

CUT:
Fabric (linings, interfacing,  trims etc) is cut and collated into size, style, colour and quantity as specified on Docket (ie. ordered).

MAKE:
The requested sewing techniques employed to construct and manufacture garment as specified on Specification sheet (Docket)

TRIM:
Finished garments are trimmed (ie. trim threads, put right any defects etc), undergo final quality check and packed ready for shipping.

MORE CMT INFO ON OUR FAQ PAGE

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