Specialty Sewing Equipment
With-in the manufacturing facility there are several automated sewing units performing multiple operations to coats and trousers.
The training process involves reading operation ticket and setting up machine to facilitate proper sewing requirement for that operation.
Mostly related to pocket setting, button sewing and buttonhole operations.
Pressing operations are paired with either microprocessor controlled equipment or a manual version of the same.
These operations involve proper positioning of a garment on a defined shape of pressing unit. Care and skill of this positioning is paramount to achieving the desired result.
Pressing codes are assigned to various fabrications to insure proper handling of the textile composition.
Final finishing with an upscale hand ironing unit, with vacuum assist, up air controls, H2O spritzing and steam assisted irons.
These final finishing stations are the artist signature to the work.
The quality control specialist will review the finished garment against the original order ticket to verify requested measurements and features are all with-in tolerance levels.
Sewing and final pressing are reviewed as well to pass a zero defect garment to the end consumer.
The receptionist responsibilities consists of answering inquiries, obtaining information for the public, customer and visitors. Collect, sort, distribute mail, messages and courier deliveries. File and maintain records, greet visitors, schedule technical appointments and transmit information or documents to customers using a computer, mail or facsimile machine. Microsoft Office experience necessary.