Out of China production for handbags and belts

All handbag designers have heard about the "Trade War" that is currently going on with China and the United States.

President Trump as of September 24, 2018, has imposed a 10% tariff on all handbags imported from China to the United States. Word on the street is that in January 2019 the tariff will increase to 25% on all handbags. While that is yet to be seen, many major fashion brands are planning to move their production out of China to avoid these hefty duties.

Good news! I am working closely with a reputable China factory group that has handbags and belt factories in Cambodia and Myanmar. In Cambodia, many handbag factories have been in place since 2015. The workforce is mature and well trained. The Cambodia handbag factories can handle large orders from brands such as Michael Kors and Guess?

In Myanmar, although the factories are newer, the factories are up and running smoothly. I have connections with great belt, soft luggage and handbag factories in both of these countries.

The main thing to keep in mind in moving your production out of China is that the lead time will be about 2-3 weeks longer and the MOQ levels will be higher. For PU handbags the MOQ is 2,000 pieces per style per color and for leather, it is 500 on up per color/style depending on the project.

For more information on handbag/belt production in Cambodia and Myanmar please contact me at:

Tara Sauvage
email: Roccodante@gmail.com
Tel: 310-994-9624.




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