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On-demand manufacturing deals with fewer inventories and reduced downtime

downtimeOn-demand model allows apparel brands to focus on global warming awareness which is the utmost need of today. It also lets them experiment with the size run algorithms from a regional perspective. The concept works on ‘demand and supply’ model instead of ‘supply and demand’ concept. A company that practices the ‘demand and supply’ model doesn’t have an over abundant inventory. Since a product isn’t produced until a customer orders it, the model allows a company to only produce when necessary.

The US apparel industry has developed the on-demand manufacturing concept which requires scalability, adjustable and flexible manufacturing processes to complete the customized packages based on real time data which USA will definitely be able to achieve. This way, the manufacturers would have to deal with fewer inventories and reduced downtime can help the US apparel manufacturers compete with overseas competition.



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