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BC001 Custom Printed Rompers for Kids Low MOQ

Custom Printed 95%Cotton 5%Lycra Fabric
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                         Facto Textile--- High End Custom Fabric Printer and Clothing Sewing Supplier

 
* Dedicated in custom printed fabric production for one decade, equipped by advanced printing machines, Facto Textile has earned recognization
   of many customers from US, CA, AU and other EU countries due to the high quality fabric and excellent service.
 
* To meet the increasing sewing demand from customers, we enhance the cooperation with most professional sewing factories, which have been
   dedicated to kids clothing for decades.
 
Pattern and prints: Our ready-made patterns and prints can be used for free, OEM is also welcome including label and packaging.
 
MOQ: 300 pieces per pattern with 2 prints, proto sample can made before bulk production.
 
* Any questions, please feel free to contact our sales or email usinfo@customprintingfabric.com




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It is recommended to use a neutral detergent to wash by hand in warm water at about 30℃. After washing, it is naturally tiled to dry. Do not
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About OEM:
 

While many ready-made clothing patterns can be used for free on our website, OEM is warmly welcome because designer retains total own 
control over the design including the pattern, label, tag and bag etc, which makes every brand unique and life colorful!
 
As we have cooperated with many clothing and accessory factories, every details of OEM are very familiar to us. However, in order to make the
process sufficient, here are some tips for your reference:


 
— For Clothing OEM
1, If original sample is available, send us for details checking, but digital pattern is also workable for us.
2, Choose your designs, fabric can be printed accordingly, please note that there should be max 2 design for 300 pieces
3, Proto sample will be made for fitting and quality checking if needed to make adjustment.
4, Once all the details are approved, production starts.
 
— For OEM of Label, Tag and Packing Bag
1, If original sample is available, send us for details checking, but digital pattern is also workable for us.
2, Once size and material are confirmed, the sample will be made for quality checking.

3, The production starts when the sample is approved.


 

                                                                 When speed is your priority, air shipping is the solution

In this “need it yesterday” world, air shipping is the ideal solution to move freight across the country — or the globe — quickly and safely. It allows shippers to
respond to customers and market demands fast and easy. It’s the service manufacturers turn to when an assembly line breaks down, and they need an immediate
replacement part. It’s what pharmaceutical companies use to ship temperature-sensitive immunizations worldwide. And it’s what retailers use to get high-value and
high-demand electronics on their shelves with speed.    

How does air shipping work?

From pickup to delivery, the process is straightforward. Your logistics provider will coordinate with a local carrier to pick up at your storehouse or holding facility.
Once the freight is loaded, the carrier will tender the shipment to the airport, where it will be put onto a plane. When the shipment arrives at the destination airport,
your carrier will arrange for pickup and delivery.

 

Domestic vs. international

The travel process for domestic air and international air shipments is the same, but there are critical differences to note. If you’re importing or exporting air cargo,
you’ll experience more involved documentation and will have to clear your items with Customs. Other differences include the cut-off times for tendering a shipment
and the delivery options.

 

How are air freight rates calculated?

What you’re shipping, the carrier and airline you use, and the shipment’s chargeable weight affect the rate. The chargeable weight is the gross weight (including the
freight, packaging and pallet) or the volumetric weight — whichever is greater. Volumetric weight is calculated using a formula that divides the cargo’s measurements
(LxWxH) by a dimensional weight factor. Typically, larger items that weigh less take up more space than small, heavy items, which is why air cargo carriers use the
chargeable weight formula.

Other factors that can impact the cost?

  • Fuel surcharges
  • Container freight station fees
  • Airport security costs
  • Airline handling charges
  • Customs clearance fees
  • Associated trucking costs

The easiest way to determine air shipping rates is to contact your carrier for a quote.
 

Equipment options

While cargo planes are the most common aircraft transporting freight, commercial jets and air charter services are also options. Check out the descriptions below to
learn more about each:

Cargo aircraft

Cargo planes are specifically designed to move freight. They come in a variety of sizes, and the inside space is maximized to accommodate all kinds of cargo — from
small pallets of goods to massive machinery. One of the largest planes, the Boeing 747-400, can hold about 26,000 cubic feet of cargo. Because these planes don’t
carry people, they have fewer Transportation Security Administration (TSA) restrictions, meaning they can also move hazardous materials (HAZMAT).  

Commercial planes 

If you’re moving small shipments, it can be more economical to place the freight in the cargo area of a passenger plane. Two types of aircraft are available — narrow-bodied
and wide-bodied — and both are designed to carry freight on pallets or in containers. Because freight is traveling with passengers, additional restrictions will apply. There are
also size and weight limits based on the type of plane, the airline, and whether the goods are shipping locally or internationally.  

Air charter services

For critical freight that needs to meet tight delivery windows, charter services may be the best option. You get exclusive use of a plane with direct service to the destination.
In most cases, this is the quickest way to ship to anywhere, including remote locations. Charter services are often used for urgent shipping needs in the energy, mining and
automotive industries, and for sporting events, motion picture shoots and product launches.

Advantages of shipping by air

Speed isn’t the only advantage. You also get:

Access to anywhere in the world

Most air freight forwarders have an extensive network of airlines that serve domestic and international locations. So no matter where your customers are, you can get freight
to them easily.

Capacity at your fingertips

Because of the frequency of commercial flights, capacity isn’t an issue. Even if a flight is missed, freight can usually get on a later flight that day and still arrive on time. You
and your customers can rely on quick, dependable service even with minor delays.

Multiple delivery options

Air shipping offers several delivery options, so you can choose how quickly your cargo arrives:

International delivery options

  • Deferred service: This is the standard option for international flights. Freight usually arrives at the destination within 5-7 days.
  • Express service: This is the fastest option for shipping goods globally. While it is more costly, your goods will arrive at the destination airport within 3-5 days.

Added safety

Because the TSA closely monitors airports, air shipping can reduce the risk of theft. And because cargo often travels on one plane from origin to destination, there’s less
risk of damage as well. Reliable security, combined with one of transportation’s safest modes, means confident deliveries to every customer.

Minimal warehousing requirements

Air shippers tend to maintain smaller inventories and ship on tighter schedules, so there’s less need to pay for warehousing space.

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