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Bangladesh Factory Collapse Underpins Perils of Sourcing Direct Part three in a six-part series By Adriano Aldini, Imprint Canada
Industry marketing expert Mark L. Venit asked the question: â€œWhatâ€™s in a name?â€? Well, if your company is anything like Manitoba-based Creative Print All, then itâ€™s a heck of a lot. Venit would be proud, as Creative Print Allâ€™s name is a paradigm of what he stressed in his fourpart article series, Whatâ€™s in a Name?, in which he outlined the fundamental criteria to consider when naming or renaming your company. (If you havenâ€™t already, be sure you check out Venitâ€™s article series which starts in Imprint Canadaâ€™s September/October 2012 edition and runs through to the March/April 2013 issue.) The companyâ€™s name is an accurate and to-the-point description of what it has been doing day-in and day-out since Ross Davies started the business more than three decades ago. Back in the mid-1970â€™s, Ross â€“ having worked in the sign industry for several decades prior - decided to start his own business out of his basement in Niverville, Manitoba, hand printing signs for local customers. After seven years, Ross moved the company out of his home and his oldest son Patrick came on board at the age of 18.
In the January/February 2013 issue of Imprint Canada, we kicked-off a six-part article series which looked at the topic of direct overseas sourcing. In part one of this series, we highlighted five perils of sourcing direct, with the top three being: Finding the Right Manufacturer; Program Execution; Ensuring Quality Control. Due to the recent garment factory collapse in Bangladesh, the spotlight has been firmly placed on the saftey of global apparel manufacturing, and we found it timely to revisit these perils.
GLOBAL (RE)ACTION As rescue efforts were brought to a close on May 13, 2013, the Rana Plaza collapse in Bangladesh suffered more than 1,100 casualties. The country has approximately 3.6 million garment workers and is the third-largest exporter of clothes, behind China and Italy. In light of this most recent tragedy, more than 30 companies have signed the Accord on Fire and Building Safety, which is a first-of-its-kind, legally-binding contract that holds brands accountable for safety and labor conditions in the factories they employ in Bangladesh. <W]ZKQVO -QZMK\ ,WV\QV]ML WV 9IOM
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MAY/JUNE 2013 Some of the key findings that caught my attention were the following: • There are more than 12.5 million Generation Y's currently in Canada (more than 37% of our population). • Only 29% of currently employed Generation Y's view work meetings to decide on a course of action as very efficient • 61% of employed Generation Y's don’t believe they need to physically be in an office with co-workers to be productive.
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The Oxford Dictionary describes Generation Y as "the generation born in the 1980s and 1990s, comprised primarily of the children of baby boomers and typically perceived as increasingly familiar with digital and electronic technology." Over the past several months, it seems an increasing number of media outlets have attempted to shed light on the characteristics that define this particular demographic as their proliferation into the workplace continues to expand. One particular report that I found enlightening was published online by shift27.com; it provided me with much needed insight into Generation Y.
The study also revealed that among this demographic, Generation Y's tend to view success as something shared across an organization through flattened leadership. No matter their role, they want to provide input and even collaborate directly with the CEO if relevant. As a group, they are also more willing to trade high pay for fewer billable hours, flexible schedules and a better work-life balance. Based on of these findings, it appears evident that Generation Y will transform the present day workplace to better suit its needs and core beliefs. At the same time however, I wonder if all impacts on the workplace will be positive ones. While I try to remain optimistic that the Generation Y mindset will revolutionize the workplace for the better, my instincts tell me that the core values they reflect will result in even less real time communication and greater fragmentation TM of resources than exists today. ',*,7$/ With a greater number '(&25$7,1* of individuals working 6833/,(6 in more independDOVRDYDLODEOH ent and fractured 1HHQDK76KLUW time intervals, work7UDQVIHU3DSHU places - and eventually marketplaces - will lack /DVHU&RSLHU the benefits derived from larger groups ,QNMHW working harmoniously +HDW7UDQVIHUV in the same direction at the same time.
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Industry News Gildan Activewear announces record results for second quarter Updates guidance for full fiscal year
Gildan Activewear Inc. (TSX:GIL)(NYSE:GIL)
announced record results for the second quarter of the 2013 fiscal year, which were in excess of the guidance range it had previously provided in spite of challenging market conditions and the impact of unseasonal weather conditions in both operating segments.
Second Quarter Results
Net earnings were $72.3 million or $0.59 per share (all figures U.S.) on a diluted basis for the second fiscal quarter ended March 31, 2013, compared with net earnings of $26.9 million or $0.22 per share in the second quarter of fiscal 2012. Results for the second quarter of 2013 include restructuring and acquisition-related costs amounting to $0.4 million after tax. The growth in the Gildan's net earnings from the second quarter of 2012 was due to the benefit of significantly lower cotton costs together with higher unit sales volumes in both the Branded Apparel and Printwear operating segments, and a more favourable product-mix for Branded Apparel. This was partially offset by lower selling prices for Printwear, including the $0.04 per share impact of a distributor inventory devaluation discount in the quarter, higher manufacturing costs, the charge for the discontinuation of Anvil® product-lines, higher selling, general and administrative expenses and higher income taxes. Net sales in the second quarter amounted to $523.0 million, up 8.4 per cent from $482.6 million in the second quarter of fiscal 2012. Sales for the Printwear segment amounted to $368.0 million, up 2.0 per cent from the second quarter of fiscal 2012, and sales for the Branded Apparel segment were $155.0 million, up 27.4 per cent from the second quarter of last year.
The slight increase in sales in the Printwear segment was due to approximately 4 per cent unit sales volume growth in the U.S., primarily due to the acquisition of Anvil®, and almost 20 per cent unit sales volume growth in international markets. The 27.4 per cent growth in sales for the Branded Apparel segment was due to the impact of the acquisition of Anvil® and increased sales of Gildan® branded activewear to retail customers, partially offset by slightly lower sales of socks compared to the second quarter of last year.
Net earnings in the first half of fiscal 2013 were $107.6 million or $0.88 per share on a diluted basis, compared to net loss of $19.2 million or $0.16 per share in the first six months of fiscal 2012.
Net sales for fiscal 2013 are now projected to be slightly in excess of $2.15 billion. Net sales for Printwear are projected to be approximately $1.45 billion, and net sales for Branded Apparel are projected to be slightly in excess of $0.7 billion. Gildan now expects full year adjusted EPS of $2.65-$2.70, as the more favourable than projected second quarter results and projected increased supply chain and manufacturing efficiencies for the balance of the year are assumed to offset the negative impact of higher than previously projected cotton costs in the fourth quarter. Gildan believes that it is well positioned for continuing growth in sales and earnings, as it brings capacity on-stream to support its sales growth initiatives in both operating segments.
BrandAlliance welcomes Marc Roy as CEO BrandAlliance™ is pleased to announce the appointment of Marc Roy as Chief Executive Officer and member of the Board of Directors, as of May 27th, 2013. Marc Roy brings 20+ years of industry experience to BrandAlliance, having previously served as CEO of Accolade Reaction from January 1999 to February 2010. “I am elated to be joining such a dynamic group of talented and creative people. BrandAlliance’s collaborative culture has always attracted me and was a key factor in
my decision to come on board” explains Marc Roy. “The executive team and I share a common vision not only for the company but the entire industry, making this move a perfect fit,” he added. “We are thrilled to have Marc play a significant role in our long-term strategic plan of accelerating growth in North America, as well as globally” explains Nick Thompson, Chairman of the Board.
Ash City appoints new Vice President of Canadian Sales and new Communications Manager Ash City Worldwide is proud to announce two recent additions to their team with the appointment of Craig Ryan as Vice President of Canadian Sales, and Nadia Santoli as the company's new Communication's Manager. Ryan's role will be responsible for Canadian Sales and Sales Support, and will oversee both Ash City's Canadian Sales Representatives and Key Account Managers. Craig joins Ash City with a wealth of experience in Sales, most recently at Easton Sports, where he was the Vice President, Product Marketing and Global Hockey Sales. His experience also includes senior roles at Reebok/CCM and The Hockey Company, within the Apparel and Ad Specialty Apparel sales functions. "Craig's apparel industry experience and his deeply established Canadian market relationships are a significant asset to our Senior Management team," said Doug Hayes, President and CEO, Ash City. "We are pleased to have him on board, and look forward to achieving the next level of excellence and growth at Ash City." "I'm thrilled to be a part of the Ash City team – this company has made huge strides in the apparel industry, and I look forward to generating even more success for this already outstanding corporation," said Craig Ryan.
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Nadia Santoli's role as the company's new Communications Manager will be responsible for public relations, media management, copywriting and internal communications. With over nine years of PR and communications experience, Nadia most recently held the District Public Relations Manager role at Robert Half International, and successfully elevated its brand presence in the Canadian market. “Nadia’s unique experience and enthusiasm will complement our Marketing Team tremendously, and we’re looking forward to leveraging her skills, as we continue to tell the Ash City story,” said Laura Turner, VP of Marketing, Ash City.
ESP acquires Promobilia ESP Canada has announced that it has finalized the acquisition of Promobilia. “The fit and culture between the two companies will make
for a very positive experience for our valued customers going forward. I was impressed with the professionalism and product knowledge the Promobilia staff has acquired," said Merrick Falkenstein, president of ESP. "We approached ESP as I was impressed with their operations," said Paul Kan Lum, owner of Promobilia. "ESP fits all I was looking for.” Promobilia’s offices in British Columbia will remain operational with key employees and all corporate contact information being retained.
Joto moves into new western Canadian facility in Coquitlam, BC Joto announced that its western Canadian facility is moving to a new address in British Columbia. Effective May 20th, 2013, Joto's western Canadian facility, which was previously located in Burnaby, will be moving to Coquitlam, BC.
The company's new address and contact information is as follows:
#108-1750 Hartley Avenue, Coquitlam BC V3K 7A1, Canada. Tel: 604-520-1803 : Fax: 604-520-1833
The company's toll free numbers remain unchanged: Phone 1-800-565-5686 : Fax 1-800-565-5622.
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THE PERILS OF SOURCING DIRECT - REVISITED 1. Finding the right manufacturer As working conditions in manufacturing facilities overseas come under increased media and public scrutiny, finding the "right" manufacturer to produce your wares has never been more important - both from a critical position of safety, as well as from a PR standpoint. Suppliers in our industry have invested massive amounts of capital and resources to establish offshore manufacturing facilities and/or supply chain infrastructures that satisfy the ever-diversified needs of distributors. Distributors looking circumvent established supply channels in hopes of attaining larger profit margins will realize that one of their biggest challenges will be securing a safe and reliable manufacturer to partner with. The resources required to procure a safe, ideal partner are immense. With factory working conditions in the media's spotlight more than ever before, the qualifying factors for vetting a
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Does the factory comply with global standards for human rights and safety in the workplace?
Are environmental laws and safety regulations being adhered to?
Is there a quality management structure in place?
Does the manufacturer hold an ISO certification?
Properly vetting a factory requires plenty of time, money and research. The realities of business make it so that during this process, it can become dangerously convenient to curtail your search and simply partner with a manufacturer that "seems" right. This is big mistake which could lead to partnering with a manufacturer whose operations violate ethical and safety standards. From a PR standpoint, the ramifications for a company sourcing unethically-made goods are potentially devastating. "From a public relations perspective, the cost to companies is significantly more than it would have been for them if they would have manufactured or sourced those garments locally," said Mathew Wilson, Vice President of National Policy for Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters. As has been witnessed by the Rana Plaza factory collapse, even multinational corporations and retail giants are not impervious to serious problems with their offshore production partners.
2. Program Execution Translating conceptual ideas into finished products is not something which happens overnight; bridging the communication divide between your company and the offshore factory floor - in order to ensure all products meet specifications - takes time, money, patience and planning to get right. Even though many popular garment and promotional product categories have been knocked-off or reverse engineered by offshore manufacturers, there is no guarantee of adherence to original specifications on dimensions, materials, performance, or worker safety.
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3. Quality Control The economic realities of our consumer behaviour have illustrated that shoppers are more sensitive to price tags than product origins. While people will openly say they abhor the use of sweatshops and unethical labour standards, much of this goes out the window when most people actually go shopping. They often either forget these opinions or choose not to act on them if the price just isnâ€™t right. Experts have called this the â€œsocial respectabilityâ€? or â€œsocial desirabilityâ€? bias. The lack of any real enforceable ethical and safety legislation in low cost manufacturing nations - coupled with the aforementioned reality of Westerner's ingrained consumer behaviour - has produced a vicious cycle in which low cost is king. For importers, what this means is that there is no guarantee that the manufacturer they've partnered with is actually producing the goods on the same factory floor that they carefully vetted. In order to squeeze out more profit, there have been instances where the offshore manufacturer moves production to lower cost facilities with unregulated and unsafe working conditions. To avoid tactics of this nature, a company-owned, quality control team physically in the offshore factories monitoring production will ensure working conditions, safety standards, and product specifications mandated are strictly adhered to. The team should be composed of non-factory employees who explicitly understand all facets of your quality control guidelines as well as the factoryâ€™s processes in order so they can communicate these in ongoing manner with offshore production managers and key factory personnel. For smaller-volume programs, the cost of placing a company-sponsored team offshore doesn't make much fiscal sense, and thus the onus of monitor production falls to a third party, or even the manufacturing partner themselves. Unfortunately, when things go wrong, or worse, when disaster strikes in a way that it did in Bangladesh, relying on offshore manufacturers or third-world governments to enact and enforce post-disaster legislation leaves far too much room for error and more innocent people potentially at risk. The newly signed Accord on Fire and Building Safety is a step in the right direction as it sets a global example for manufacturers being held accountable for safety practices, training, and labour conditions in the factories employed in Bangladesh. It's unfortunate however that it took a disaster of this magnitude to fast-track its creation. Whether or not similar accords of this nature will be enacted in other developing nations where production sourced from is another issue yet to be addressed. Details of the Accord on Fire and Building Safety can be viewed at www.laborrights.org.
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A short year later, Rossâ€™ second son Glen joined the business, and the company expanded its services to include screen printing and apparel decoration with the purchase of its first four-head manual press. During this time, Patrick left the company for a couple of years to work for a Canadian screen printing supply company in order to further hone his skills and perfect the craft. Upon his return a couple of years later, Patrick armed with a whack of industry knowledge - helped expand the screen printing side of the business to the point where it became the majority of work they produced. (With the know-how he attained, Patrick, together with Glen and Ross, built their own custom drier!) As the apparel decorating side of the business continued to flourish, Creative Print All moved into a new facility in Steinbach, MB and decided it was time to incorporate inhouse embroidery to its list of services. â€œAt that time we were contracting our embroidery business out to a company in Winnipeg,â€? explains Patrick. â€œBetween the driving back and forth and the money spent on the outsourcing, we figured we could do it better ourselves,â€? he added.
In the mid-2000â€™s, Creative Print All expanded once again, this time incorporating promotional products into its growing list of offerings, while also adding a new large format printer to its full colour signage business. â€œWe noticed that our clients were having to buy a lot of different products from many different companies,â€? explained Glen. â€œSo we decided it was in our best interest to create an environment where we could deliver the widest breadth of solutions to our customers.â€? In 2010, the company moved once again, this time into a gleaming new 5,000 square foot facility, complete with a showroom, 4,000 square feet of production space and a 2,500 square foot mezzanine. Today, Creative Print All employs 15 dedicated staff members and is equipped with 18 embroidery heads, several screen printing stations, a large format printer, and a heat transfer machine. The company creatively prints all business that comes through its doors, and â€“ thanks to three decades worth of quality work - has a built a long-standing reputation for providing complete graphic solutions among its more than 3,500 locally-based clients. â€œOne of the main things we do so well â€“ in addition to having a great sales team â€“ is that we produce all our work in house. We are very hands on with everything,â€? said /ZWU 5MN\# =PM ,ZMI\Q^M 9ZQV\ *TT \MIU$ 5IZZa /ZQM[MV X]\[ \PM NQVQ[PQVO \W]KPM[ WV I [QOV$ ,ZMI\Q^M 9ZQV\ *TT[ VM_ [PW_ZWWU Glen, who together The tipping point for Creative Print All to bring embroid- with Patrick oversees much of the production in the shop. ery services in-house came during the Christmas rush â€œWhile the learning curve was pretty steep as one would of 1999, when their existing contractor was too busy to expect when continuously adding new technology to a complete the orders they gave him (he left about 25 P.O.'s fully functioning business, we were determined to get it sitting on the table). rightâ€Śand we did!â€? â€œIn 2000, we attended the Toronto Imprint Canada Show This hands-on approach ensures that any product that and purchased our first four-head embroidery machine,â€? said leaves Creative Print Allâ€™s building is produced properly. Patrick. From there, the company then added a single head In terms of product mix, currently 40 per cent of sales to accommodate samples, sew-outs and personalized orders. comes from the embroidery side; 25 per cent comes
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A True Family -Run Business Creative Print All is in every way a true family run business. Founding father Ross, now 87, is still involved with the business, handling bookkeeping duties and keeping his experienced eye on things. The relationship that the company enjoys with its team is excellent. With the majority of staff being long-time team members, they too are treated very much like family. â€œWeâ€™ve had staff that has left for personal reasons who have ended up coming back to work for us,â€? noted Patrick. â€œIf theyâ€™re asking to come back and work with us, itâ€™s because weâ€™ve treated them very well.â€?
Above and Beyond the Call of Duty Like most decorators and distributors in our industry, dealing with rush orders can be a challenge; it always seems that customers are asking for their decorated products â€œthe next day.â€? Patrick explains that while this reality is a daily challenge for them, Creative Print All still works as efficiently as possible to get orders turned around and out the door. At times however, there arises a situation where a REAL rush order is required. In Creative Print Allâ€™s case, this happened when one of their major accounts in the agriculture industry called them up in the middle of the week to bid on a job that required the rebranding trucks, office buildings and feed mills for a takeover the client had just finalized. â€œWe were informed that we got the contract on Friday and all the new signage had to be completed before Monday morning,â€? recalls Patrick. The logistical challenge was quite daunting to say the least. Not only was the signage that was required for the feed mills and buildings extremely large, it needed to be applied 75 feet in the air. Creative Print All worked tirelessly to produce the signage that same night and contracted four crews which they dispatched to different areas of the province to rebrand each of the clientâ€™s trucks while the in-house team tackled the installation of signage for the feed mills and buildings. Nevertheless, the hard work ultimately paid off. â€œIt was one of our greatest success to date,â€? noted Glen. This dedicated, hands-on approach has been the only way Creative Print All knows how to conduct its business. As Mark L. Venit would say, â€œItâ€™s only fitting that their name says it all.â€?
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A: The important questions you need to ask yourself are as follows: â€˘ How long does it take you to separate your artwork? â€˘ What are you using to separate the extensions? â€˘ And most importantly, what is your time worth? I have always blended my artwork charges into my film charges. For example take the artwork supplied and charge your customer film at $12 - $15 for front left separations, and $20 for full front or back pieces of film. Also charging $20 per screen setup and you should have everything well covered.
painfully slow and kills production. Having the machine setup to run all day long is key to your success. Another way to speed up prep time is to have several jobs placed on one screen. The key is to look at upcoming jobs and determine which film will go where. For example almost every job will have a white plate. Make sure however, that when putting two different jobs on one screen that the colours match.
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A: Itâ€™s very possible; a heavy deposit can definitely do this. Make sure you make a stroke that will push all the ink through your screen. Another little tip would be to push down on the screen with your squeegee, after you have made your stroke (not on the image) while trying to lift the upper corner of the screen simultaneously. This will allow to ink and shirt to separate.
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Imprint Canada surveyed suppliers and distributors across Canada to determine what impact, if any, the climate has on their business. Below are our findings.
Q.: IN WHAT SEASON DO DISTRIBUTORS PLACE THE MAJORITY OF THEIR ORDERS WITH SUPPLIERS?
Q.: HOW IMPORTANT ARE CLIMATE CONDITIONS ON SALES? THE MOST INFLUENTIAL FACTOR
orders don’t fluctuate based on seasons
Q: HOW HAS UNSEASONABLY COLD WEATHER IMPACTED ORDERS?
AMONG THE TOP 3 FACTORS
AMONG THE TOP 5 FACTORS
NOT A FACTOR
Q.: WHAT IMPACT WILL GLOBAL WARMING HAVE ON SOURCING DECISIONS?
Q.: HOW HAS UNSEASONABLY WARM WEATHER IMPACTED ORDERS?
THE OLD FARMER’S ALMANAC LONG-RANGE WEATHER FORECAST
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YUKON Summer season temperatures will average near or slightly below normal, with the hottest periods in the first third of June, early to mid-July, and mid-August. Rainfall will be close to normal. September and October will have slightly below-normal temperatures and near-normal precipitation. Snowfall will be above normal in the east and below normal in the west.
NORTHWEST TERRITORIES Summer season temperatures will average near or slightly below normal, with the hottest periods in the first third of June, early to mid-July, and mid-August. Rainfall will be close to normal. September and October will have slightly below-normal temperatures and near-normal precipitation. Snowfall will be above normal in the east and below normal in the west. MARITIMES Summer will be cooler than normal, with the hottest periods in early and mid-July and early September. Rainfall will be above normal in Newfoundland and Labrador and below normal elsewhere. Despite a tropical storm threat in mid-October, precipitation in September and October will be below normal, while temperatures will be above normal.
BRITISH COLUMBIA Summer will be slightly cooler than normal, with normal rainfall. The hottest periods will occur from late June through early July and in late July. September and October will be slightly cooler than normal, with precipitation above normal near the coast and below normal inland.
QUEBEC Summer will be a bit cooler than normal, with the hottest temperatures in mid-July and mid-August. Rainfall will be below normal in the east and above normal in the west. September and October will be much warmer and drier than normal, on average. THE PRAIRIES Summer will be cooler than normal, on average, with the hottest periods in late June and early July. Rainfall will be above normal in the east and below normal in the west.
ONTARIO Summer will be cooler and rainier than normal, with the hottest temperatures in early to mid-July, late July, and mid-August. September and October will be warmer and drier than normal.
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