The number of sewers in a sewing line depends on what type of garment you are making. For example, a t-shirt may only require 16 sewers whereas a dinner jacket might require 25. A typical sewing line in Vietnam has 20 sewers. They are the people who actually do work and produce value that customers pay for.

This video shows a typical sewing line in Thai Son garment factory. The cutting panels enter the line. Each operator has a specific job to do. We have 13 sewing lines and 2 sample lines. Each line has about 18 sewers, 1 line leader hand 1 in-line QC (quality controller). They work together to produce from 600 to 1,200 garments per day depending on the complexity of the garment.
If a sewing machine has a problem, the workers will put up a red flag. Then the technician will come, check the machine and adjust it. We have twin needle machines usually used for hems and overlock machines for side seams. They are many other types of machines that make up a typical sewing line in Vietnam. The in-line QC does the final check of the garment before leaving the line. If there is any problem in the next QC section, this typical sewing line in Vietnam will be penalized.

The lines are incentivised. If workers produce garments with no defects, they will get the higher pay. This is how a Thai Son garment factory typical sewing line in Vietnam works for you.

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A severe decline of textile industry in 2009 caused by the global crisis has brought both advantages and disadvantages for Vietnam. Hence, this report comes up with in-depth analysis of Textile and Garment worldwide and Vietnam after the financial crisis. In the next five years, the emerging markets with large size of population such as China and India are expected to increase significantly in both demand and supply quantity, whereas the figures for developed countries are estimated to decelerate. The factory shift from China to Vietnam also accelerates thanks to political stability and cheap labor cost. This situation offers Vietnam a valuable opportunity to boost the textile and clothing export turnovers in the upcoming years.
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