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Manufacturing

As of 2017, Hansoll Textile has 7 overseas subsidiaries with 20 wholly owned factories producing 35 million garments each month through 595 production lines.

  • 7 Different Countries

    Established overseas subsidiaries in Vietnam, Indonesia, Cambodia, Guatemala and Nicaragua, in addition to Korean headquarters and US location

  • 20 Owned Factories

    Operating 20 owned factories in South East Asia and Central America region

  • 595 Total Lines

    A total of 595 lines operating in our factories

  • 34,660,000 pcs/month

    Produce 34,660,000 pieces of T-shirts a month

Production Process

  • 1 Fabric / Sub-material

  • 2 Relaxing

  • 3 Cutting

  • 4 Sewing

  • 5 End-line

  • 6 Washing

  • 7 Pressing

  • 8 Finishing

  • 9 Packing

Quality Assurance

At Hansoll, preventive quality management is practiced with ‘Right First Time’ mentality and measured with key performance indicators thereby creating value to our customers in terms of speed, quality and cost.

Quality Assurance Strategy

    • Systematic Quality Assurance Approach
    • Strict Quality Monitoring and Evaluation
    • Systematic Work Place Safety Procedures
    • Publish Hansoll QA Manual
    • Preventive Quality Management with ‘Right First Time’ Mentality

Manufacturing Excellence

Our innovative system allows us to manufacture affordable, high quality garments fast.

We practice 5S based on Innovation Circle, automated system and LEAN engineering to create new time. We achieve manufacturing efficiency and speed by promoting multi-skilled and continuous system improvement. We will exceed your expectation by doing things ahead of time.

  • Digital Manufacturing

    • Automated Production System
    • Data Gathering of Individual Worker, Machine and Operation
    • Operation Optimization through Simulation
    • Minimize Cost and Operation Time by Standard Minute Value Analysis
  • Continuous Improvement

    • Efficient Operation through 5S
    • Standardization of Work Operation
    • Maximize Machine Utilization
  • Coexistence

    • Enhanced Worker Skill through Training/Evaluation Program
    • Workers’ Innovative Proposal Program
    • Trust Building between Workers, Manager and Customers