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The quality control procedures are taken from the first step of production. Once we get the first lot from spinners, we randomly test cones from the lot to check yarn strength, composition, count, contamination, unevenness, hairiness, twist, ply, lint shedding propensity, abrasiveness, filaments, moisture and whiteness.

Moving to the weaving process, we have an in house mending unit where we check each bolt thoroughly before issuing for processing. We check the thread count, width & weight. Furthermore, we check the fabric before and after processing where defects such as the weaving faults such as cut pick, broken pick, shade variation, hole, knot, spot, stain, pilling, puckering, pleat, skip stitch, open seam, broken stitch, slubs, Barrie Mark, fly contact, oil line, pin hole, missing yarn, thick thin yarn and any other related issues are thoroughly checked to avoid any issues.

During the processing of fabric, we make sure each stage is followed as per the requirement of the customer to get the desired outcome. We make sure no step is skipped out or ignored for cost saving purposes such as the singeing and calendering. Before finishing the fabric, we carry out testing to check if all requirements are met such as the color matching, weight etc otherwise we have the option to amend.

Once the fabric gets finished and processed, we order the packaging accessories as per requirement and send a stitched pre-production sample of the final product and send it to the customer for approval before fabric cutting. An inline inspection is then carried out by an internal team to check all prerequisites are fulfilled at each stage once the fabric is in house.

Then we proceed with the cutting, stitching and grading process where the controls such as hem size, made up size, cropping, boeing, shading, broken thread, thread color matching and many other issues are measured before the final stage of packaging is done. Then the final inspections are performed on AQL levels. We also assure the carton/bale size, quantities, weight and markings before loading and shipping the goods.


Quality Control: As a textile buying agent, exporter and inspection agency we follow the following procedures to serve your business needs for textile sourcing in a professional and comprehensive manner.

Quality Assurance Procedures : Conduct Pre-Production Meeting with vendors

  • Track fabric status and verify quality
  • Review production planning and monitor production status
  • Carry out quality audit as per buyers`s requirements
  • Submission of forms and reports

Quality Level

Shipment Inspection Method FABRITEX Export Corp use the Military Standard 105E (single sampling plan) General Inspection Level II for visual inspections. The selection of sample size for inspections is based on the lot size and the specified Acceptable Quality Level (AQL). All Retail and Hospitality products are inspected at AQL 2.5 for major and minor defects (Table 1). All Institutional products are inspected at AQL 2.5 or 4.0 for major and minor defects (Table 1). Depending on the product quality. The number of cartons / bales selected for inspection is determined by taking the square root of the total cartons / bales submitted for the audit. The sample size for inspection is determined from the total cartons / bales submitted. The samples are selected from the cartons / bales determined from the square root result.

Quality Policy

“We emphasize customer satisfaction through professional services by providing quality goods, competitive prices and timely delivery from reliable suppliers. We aim to achieve above goals through active participation and training of all staff members and by continuous improvement of our quality system.” We review our quality policy on yearly basis by evaluating our services in light of customer feed back forms, complaints received , business analysis , internal audits, training programs , CPA ( Corrective and Preventive Actions ) system and evaluation of important KPI’s. Monthly MR ( Management Review ) meetings are conducted in order to assess the compliance of our management system and make necessary changes for further improvement.