With factories across the globe, we’re able to service any apparel-manufacturing need.


Duty Free Manufacturing to USA, Europe, Canada and Others

Your Own Designated On-Site Account Manager

Production and Merchandising Follow-Up

One single Point of Contact for Faster Communication

Product Development & Design

Over 40 Certified Compliant Factories Globally

Factory Evaluation & Product

Social Compliance Auditing

On site Quality Control

Eliminate Costly Buyer Travel and Expenses.


Our Extensive Network

We believe in the power of collaboration and building strategic partnerships.

Over the years, we have have developed a global network with the finest yarn producers, knitting mills, dyeing & printing houses and chemical and material providers.

Beyond our own industry, we look to partner with companies that have the same parallel vision of bringing innovative products to the market.

Examples of this include partnering with pioneers such as 3M and Dupont, allowing us to constantly push the boundaries of what’s possible in textiles.

Our customers have access to the most cutting edge and smart textiles long before they reach the market.




Many of today’s leading companies rely on our in-house design team to develop and design complete fashion lines.

Our team’s in-depth knowledge of fabrics and the apparel manufacturing process allows us to push the boundaries of what is currently in the market.

We bring designs to life through real-time collaboration with customers.

Creating samples in our on-site sample rooms allows our clients to assess the “touch and feel” aspects of their garments on the spot and to rapidly iterate.

We construct prototypes to increase efficiency and allow you to confidently move to production.

Increased collaboration between us and our clients, as well as the need to improve speed-to-market has driven us to look for ways to improve efficiency without sacrificing quality and innovative design.

One way we are looking to do this is through 3D CAD software.




Our global manufacturing facilities have the ability to manufacture a wide variety of product categories from technical sportswear, casual wear, formal wear, and technical outerwear in both knit and woven.

By keeping all steps in-house, we can effectively manage the entire manufacturing process from fabric development to merchandising, offering an end-to-end solution for each client, ultimately increasing efficiency, service, and value.

We are constantly improving new strategies with our clients to ensure they are one step ahead of the competition in both manufacturing and material innovation, design, and development.

We owe our 25+ years in business to these strategic long-term partnerships, and we seek the same objective in any new partners we consider.


Our premium products are shipped to leading international suppliers & fashion brands in USA, Europe and Canada to be distributed all over the world.

All the labour-welfare requirements, quality demands and product specifications are complied without any compromise.




Antonio Mac Global Group has been in operation since 1997.A vertically integrated global supply chain partner, with the ability to offer brands and retailers sustainable, data supported sourcing, product development and manufacturing solutions at speed.

Under the Antonio Mac Global Group Umbrella, we have 4 of our own brands including Antonio Mac Luxury Couture, Antonio Mac Active Couture, InoVATION LAB and Gamegear as well as 2 Marketing and Consulting firms.

Visit https://antoniomacglobal.com to see all our divisions.

Are you a Manufacturer or Trading Company

We are both. We have 2 factories, one located in Ningbo and the other in Bangladesh that we own in a partnership.

All our other factories and partners Globally have been direct JV and Exclusive partnerships cultivated over the past 25 years.

Our “newest partner” in our entire portfolio is now over a decade old showing our commitment to stay loyal and build win/win mutually beneficial business relationships with not only our suppliers but our customers.

What is a Designated On-Site Account Manager?

All our manufacturing units have senior account managers under our employ. We assign all our customers with their own personal account manager that will work directly with you from inception to oversee all your requirements.

With over 25 years in business, we understand that no 2 customers are alike and require different solutions that fit the objective. Clear and transparent communication, eliminating potential language barriers, we view as most important to business success.

Your designated On-Site Account Manager is your direct link to the factory floor and works directly with you for timely communication during the entire journey.

Quality Process

We have several in-line, end-line and finishing quality assurance processes to ensure the quality of the garments. We follow 1.5%, 2.5% or 4% quality control standards to comply with the internationally established Accepted Quality Levels.

•We have separate quality control standards which are 1.5% for finished garments.

•Mandatorily, 10% of fabric and raw materials will be inspected before issuing for the line of operation.

•100% of finished garments are inspected before packing to ensure that there are zero defects in packing.

At present, we are introducing TQM to ensure 100% quality of our products to achieve the client’s satisfaction.

Minimum Order Quantities

Our minimum order quantities vary by Country of manufacture and are always based on fabric minimums among other factors. Many of our factories are very large and work with the largest brands in the world.

With that said, our normal MOQ (Minimum Order Quantity) is 5000 units per style with a MCQ (Minimum Color Quantity) of 1500-2000 units in mixed sizes.

We do understand that when starting any new business relationship, it is sometimes necessary to negotiate and produce smaller orders. We are open to discussing your requirements to see if there is the potential for a mutually beneficial long-term relationship.

For example, we have customers who do 4 shipments per year, and we accommodate smaller MOQ’s, and multiple styles to assist. Please reach out and we hope to be able to accommodate your requirements.

Samples and Leadtimes Explained

The Sampling Process is Based on the buyers requirements, thereforee Leadtimes will be communicated once we have a TNA (Time and Action Plan) identified :

Proto sample: The submission of proto sample totally depends upon buyers enquiry date. Any delay in proto submission or approval will affect order conformation date, which will subsequently affect the submission of fabric development and fit sample, as without proto approval it’s impossible to proceed further. 15 working days are kept for proto sample approval.

Fit sample: After approval of proto sample manufacturer starts working on fit sample, that needs to submit exactly at planned date. Any delay in fit sample submission will cause the delay in P.O., size set sample submission. Fit sample must submit within 45 days of proto approval as to get the sample of bulk fabric it takes 20-25 working days to get in-house. Sometimes fabric suppliers are nominated by buyer or buyer will supply the fabric, in either case, it may not take more time. Buyer must give the comments on the fit sample within 7 days. Any delay from buyer side will directly affect the further process

AD/Photo shoot/Salesman sample: These samples are generally submitted parallel with fit sample. The same period is allotted to salesman sample i.e. 21 working days in TNA. These samples mainly used for advertising or for visual merchandising or by sales man to collect the order from retailers; hence from buyer’s perspective, timely submission of these samples is very important. Order size mainly depends on this sample and any delay or quality issue in sample can reduce the order size. Sometimes buyer may ask more number of samples e.g. 100 pieces, in that case merchandiser must keep in mind the capacity of sampling room, time required to complete the demand of buyer, style complexity and buyers submission date while making the TNA.

Size-set sample: This stage of sampling is most important, without size set approval bulk fabric for production should not be cut in order to accommodate any changes by the buyer in the bulk production. So, any delay in size set sample will directly affect PCD and subsequently affect the shipment date. Size set sample need to submit with actual bulk fabric, hence for timely submission of size set sample merchandiser should make sure that all bulk fabric should be in-house well in advance of size set submission date. To avoid the delay, as soon as bulk trims and fabrics are get in-house within 3 days size-set sample can be produced and submitted to buyer for approval. 15 working days are kept for completion of size set sample approval process.

GPT sample: Before submission of PP sample it is very necessary that Garment Performance Test should be cleared from buyer. This sample sent to either third party inspection or in-house testing lab. While preparing the TNA merchandiser must keep in mind that test results should get approved from buyer well in advance of PP meeting. For approval of GPT 20 days are kept in TNA to deal with any delay in the process.

Pilot-run: Before going for actual production pilot run is carried out, in order to see the complications in actual production and to give the sufficient time for learning curve of operator on sewing floor. In TNA preparation one day is kept for pilot run for smoother and uninterrupted production. As soon as first few lots are cut, make sure that they will immediately send for embroidery. One day gap is kept for embroidery of cut panels for pilot run. Pilot run can be conducted before or after PP Meeting.

Pre-production (PP) meeting and sample: Preproduction meeting is very necessary part of any export order processing; hence merchandiser keeps one day only conducting PP meeting, in order to discuss the expected difficulties during production. Any delay in this meeting or if more obstacles are there to solve in production will directly affect the PCD and ultimately results in shipment delay. PP sample need to submit within 10 days after approval of size-set and GPT samples. As without approval of PP sample production should not start.

To maintain the PCD merchandiser should be very careful while preparation of TNA for PP sample. 6 working days gap is kept for PP sample.

Top of production sample: As soon as production starts and first few pieces are come out of line TOP sample need to submit to buyer. It’s very crucial stage where merchandiser must keep in mind that by any reason TOP sample get rejected then production end date is going to be delayed. This can straight way affects the shipment date.


All potential customers are subject to review

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