Paul W

I’m pleased to announce that George have recently joined the British Quality Foundation.

This is a natural progression for George following the award of ISO 9001 and our short listing for a BQF award in 2010.

We are constantly looking at new and innovative ways to improve our Quality and Membership of the BQF will enable George to work with and network liked minded organisation and people. We will be looking at how other industries approach Quality and integrate their supply chain and additionally share our experiences of managing Quality in the fast moving environment of the fashion world.

To find out more please read the attached article on George that the BQF run in their monthly magazine or go to

Posted by Paul W on 03 September 2012
Paul W

Our studies have shown that style changes can take production lines 3 working days to recover back to there normal efficiency and productivity rates. So if a line has to change styles too many times this can have a massive impact on the profitability of a factory.

Take for example our £5 jean. The volumes that we sell at Asda mean that we run our production lines continuously all year round.

Economies of scale and long production runs allow our suppliers to invest in some of the latest technologies in the textile industry and by automating our production lines we can offer our customer consistent quality at great prices.

The supplier benefits because the line efficiency increases, they don’t have to stop the line to change styles and more importantly the skill levels of the operator increase.

Volume production is a fantastic opportunity to unlock unbeatable quality.

Posted by Paul W on 07 September 2012