“ZIP with ATC, moves the tipping-point in the industry from the money made by mass production to the money made by adding value.” – Bill Grier, CEO, AM4U June 2013
Garment manufacturers can now actively protect our environment by dyeing fabrics and apparel with our clean, green, water-free, pollution-free technology.
Proven production costs with no inventories. Come see it for yourself!
Custom “Identity Products” often cause huge losses in Profits. Let AM4U show you how to make custom apparel profitable!
AM4U’s fabric technology does two-sided, single-pass dyeing, digital printing, and labeling with no water, no pollution, no chemicals, and is not regulated.
No Inventory, no Piece Goods, no Surplus Finished Goods, no Regulatory requirements, no Water, no caustic Chemicals, no Pollution, and no etc.
This is truly clean, green production technology poised to allow garment manufacturing to return to North America “one product at a time.”
No minimums means: no Inventory, no piece goods, no surplus finished goods, no regulatory requirements, no water, no caustic chemicals, no pollution, and no etc. Even sampling and test marketing can be done with no minimum order size.
Try a pilot. Let us run your next design sample and experience the difference.
If you make “High Value, Slow Mover, High Cost, Identity Apparel,” and you are losing Profit, then AM4U's agile apparel manufacturing process will transform your business. You have a costly problem and we have the solution. We can make it for you, license the technology to you, or connect you with our partners.
Do you have an "identity" product that is a "loss-leader?" Talk to us.
Starting with white nylon, polyester, lycra, or any performance fabric stock or individually pre-cut pieces, AM4U's ATC-technology allows you to dye, digital print, and label both sides in a single pass. Agile, flexible, spot or process color in any order, any sequence continuously processed. You have to see it to believe it. Come visit us.
Our technology allows apparel manufacturing to profitably return to North America, 'one product at a time.'
-- Bill Grier, 2012