3 Examples of a High-Production Embroidery Shop

High-production does not necessarily mean producing mass amounts of the same item. Here are three examples of high-production business models. 

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Just as plain as it reads, a high-production embroidery shop outputs a large quantity of embroidered goods. But, this does not necessarily mean producing mass amounts of the same item. There are various types of high-production embroidery business models around the United States.

One business model is the traditional high-production embroidery organization that caters to large quantity orders. This type of shop usually has a minimum order of 72 pieces and specializes in quick turnaround for sizeable orders. A company like this is typically outfitted with several multi-head machines.

A style that has evolved in the high-production market is large quantity personalization, focusing on unique and single-piece high output. It is quite different than the previous model, as this scenario requires numerous single-head machines. Most often, these organizations offer online ordering with back-end automated solutions to keep up with the high demand.

The third type of high output is a bit between the two previous examples, mainly concentrating on e-commerce and appealing to the general public. In this setup, the shop has a mix of equipment including single- and multi-heads strategically placed in workstations across the floor that can accommodate the array of orders. Businesses such as these will generally allow a minimum order of one to thousands of pieces

Andrea Bommarito

Andrea Bommarito is part of the third generation in her family business (ZSK Machines), started by her grandfather in 1955. Growing up and immersing herself in the sewing embroidery industry paved the way for a love of decoration technique and education. Based in St. Louis, Andrea aids in training as well as workflow and production solutions. 

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