Next Level Apparel (NLA) today announced a strategic partnership with GK Global (GK) to deliver nearshore fabric. The union of NLA, a leading supplier of premium blank apparel, and GK, a diversified global textiles firm, represents the most recent step toward NLA's goal of using only cotton cultivated in the United States for all of its clothes.
The newest step toward making Next Level Clothes's clothing line entirely of cotton farmed in the US was taken with the collaboration between GK Global and Next Level Apparel (NLA), a provider of luxury blank apparel.
The provider will use origin testing procedures to preserve the integrity of its supply chain. Their ideas will be strengthened by working with GK.
Randy Hales, chief executive officer of NLA, said that shorter lead times and less exposure to geopolitical risks are only two of the many advantages of this cooperation with GK. They can have total supply chain transparency, including upstream tracking of the cotton, by moving their fabric production closer to home.
NLA was established in 2003 and specializes in designing, producing, and supplying high-quality blank clothing to the retail, printwear, brand-specific, and other decorated garment industries. According to the business, its commitment to superb craftsmanship encouraged the creation of more designs, which ultimately gave rise to the Next Level Apparel brand.
GK Global claimed that it was among the first foreign textile investors in Honduras thirty years ago. Since then, it has started producing vertically to cover the entire textile supply chain.
Yusuf Amdani, the chairman of GK Global, said that in 2022, GK invested more than $236 million with the goal of enhancing their world-class operations and enabling them to bring the entire weight of their global supply chain to their collaboration with NLA. They are happy to work with the top print clothing brand in order to give the best products currently on the market while also helping each other grow.
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