Supply Chain Management
With deep-rooted supplier partnerships, Unisource specializes in a seamless integration of design, manufacturing and logistics to offer a truly global sourcing experience. The professionals at Unisource act as an extension of our clients’ own businesses to manage all aspects of the global supply chain.
Product Design Consultancy
Our offices, designers and merchandisers are trained and equipped with extensive, up-to-date styles, knowledge and technology to handle design queries from trend-line fashion garments to innovative medical and workwear textiles.
While tailoring sourcing strategy for our clients, Unisource’s Supplier Development Team works to evaluate business practices, ethics, and services that relative to our client’s priorities and needs across hundreds of suppliers in numerous manufacturing belts around Asia. At the plant level, we begin by evaluating a facility’s capability to produce the product desired at the required quality level. Before granting our Partner Supplier status, our local Quality Assurance, teams visit factories and ensure that our Supplier Code of Conduct is enforced and honored in its strictest sense, ensuring there are no issues with human rights, health and safety.
Once it is established that the supplier in question runs socially responsible facilities, our local Merchandisers design and order samples, and the entire manufacturing and sourcing processes are strictly monitored and assessed by our certified Quality Assurance officers. The complete samples are then added to our central database and regularly updated and considered for mass manufacturing.
With our clients’ priorities and needs on top of our agenda, all of our findings and developments of any given facility are logged and communicated to our clients, ensuring all our clients are delivered with transparent and efficient global sourcing solutions, every time.
Integrity, transparency and trust in our operations have made Unisource one of the Asia’s largest and fastest growing textile sourcing solution providers.
With the old notion of a linear customer journey being splintered into a mosaic approach, where shopping is anywhere and everywhere, it has become more critical for retailers to draw in consumers and make sure they do not exit empty handed. The logic is quite simple; if a retailer is successful in creating something for everyone then he has a flourishing brand or at least a surviving one in the current scenario.