Specialist Garment Storage Warehouse facilities which can be found via the Warehouse Exchange
know how important it is to receive garments in a ready-for-sale condition when needed which is why warehousing companies offer a garment logistics service that cater to manufacturers requirements.
A specialist apparel transport can collect and deliver your clothing to a retail outlet or another warehouse in the condition you would expect it to be with specialist garment hanging solutions.
There are lots of horror stories where garments have arrived for sale creased or in an unsaleable condition due to sub-standard levels of warehousing or unsuitable transport from warehouse to end user. With a specialist garment warehouse supplier you can rest assured your garments will be packed, positioned correctly and stored correctly for transport which ensures that your garments are delivered in the condition they were when they left the factory.
As clothing ironing and pressing are an important part of garment storage, with many formal wear companies and fashion brands, a good garment warehouse will have perfected the best way to store garments for transport.
Garment Storage and Clothing Distribution is a specialist service offered by a small number of warehousing organisations in the UK
Therefore if a brand or manufacturer are looking for garment storage and distribution, and a complete solution from warehousing storage right through to picking, packing and transport the Warehouse Exchange is the perfect place on which to find a good supplier.
Many Warehouse Exchange companies offer the full range of specialist pre-retail services designed to improve the efficiency of your supply chain and enhance the overall presentation of your products.
The equipment that these Warehouse Exchange members use is of the highest standard, which includes a wide range of steam tunnels, pressing equipment and fully automated bagging and bag sealing systems.
Below are the kinds of services a garment manufacturer may require:
- Off-loading sea containers full of garments onto garment hangers
- Unpacking of garments arriving via airfreight
- Unpacking boxed garments onto hangers
- Automated Single bagging & Over Bagging of garments
- Garment Kimballing and De-Kimballing
- Allocating various garments into various ratio packs
- Adding bar coding and pack stickers
- Adding size cubes to garment hangers
- Hand Pressing garments
- Steam Tunnelling of garments