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Production begins as soon as the customer agrees to our terms, upon sample approval.


Quality Assurance:

Our process includes many quality procedures, in-line and final production.

At our workterm, we are committed to quality requirements of the best standard. We do not sacrifice on quality. We make sure quality is adhered to throughout our operation from sampling to final shipment. We take extra efforts in ensuring the suppliers comply with strict quality control. Quality Assurance is an inherent part of our services and we ensure that our customers do not face any problem at any stage


Quality Control and Inspection Procedures:

We normally follow AQL Level 4.0 inspection method, but on special case we follow any inspection method our customers require. Our quality control and inspection procedure includes the following functions:

1. Our Quality Assurance department checks all the fabric/Accessories to ensure that quality/color etc conforms to the order / style.

2. Our Quality Assurance and merchandising team goes to factory location to evaluate pre-production (size set) sample, patterns, etc to approve for trial production.

3. Quality Assurance team evaluates trial production and then finally approves for bulk production

4. As bulk production starts, our Quality Assurance team goes for inline inspection. This inline inspection during production is performed on daily basis.

5. At the middle stage of production if (standard of quality) result is acceptable / good then we go for pre-final inspection. Here we check the case pack, carton quality, shipping mark, assortment, presentation etc.

6. If the pre-final result is acceptable then we go for final inspection & if it passes, we approve for the final shipment.

To ensure quality of the highest standard, we inspect at every stage of the production process. The following Quality & Inspection steps are being currently employed in sourcing and manufacturing:


7. Accessories Inspection

8. Raw Material Inspection

9. Measurement Spec checking

10. Accessories Inspection testing

11. Accessories Color Matching checking

12. Daily Cutting checking

13. During Production Inspection

14. Lab dip testing

15. Final production insptction

Production Design

1.Processing skill

2.Mass production method

3.Equipment for mass production

4.Aided equipment for mass production

5.Production flow

6.Production arrangement


Artwork Design:

- Artwork for embroidery/printing to be provided by customer.

- Mould charge is not required for new design after order placed.

- Our professional graphic designer can turn your draft for embroidery/printing into beautiful artwork at low cost.


We offer embroidery and printing service as below:

* printing

* Discharge ﹡Emboss ﹡Flock ﹡Glitter (Silver & Gold) ﹡Hi-Density ﹡Jelly

* Laser ﹡ Plastisol ﹡Puff ﹡Silkscreen ﹡Transfer ﹡Water Base


Advantages of technical research and development

To provide multi-product combination, and enhance the competitiveness on creating specified products.



Normally your quotation is received within one working days (please note any time difference between countries).


Production Lead-time:

After order confirmation, please allow 15-20 days for print-proof/approval sample. Once confirmed, allow 25-45 days production. Lead times vary depending on seasons, availability of raw materials and components.



Our merchandising team is committed to complete customer satisfaction. Our merchandising department consists of highly qualified team of merchandisers whose prime aim is to provide full satisfaction to our customer starting from the fabric procurement stage to shipment and reporting the status of the order to the buyers regularly


The services our merchandising team provides to our clients are:

. Systematic follow-up on each stage of production and execution of order on time.

. Monitoring new trends in fabric, fashion and design.

. Locating new reliable sources to meet the requirements of the customer with regard to fashion and design.

. Introducing new samples to buyers to enable them to expand their business.

. Educate the customer about the characteristics of variety of fabrics, dyes, dyeing and printing process, and their positive and negative points and caution the buyers about the pitfalls involved.

. Liaison between the customer and our factories and follow-up.

. Guiding the supplier in preparation of the range to meet the customer's requirements with regard to fashion and design and negotiation.


In addition, we keep our buyers updated at every stage of their orders. Due to this, we prepare daily production report from the manufacturers unit. This report keeps the buyer updated about their order at every stage of the production process.


Guarantees/Warranties/Terms and Conditions

We take full responsibility for any inconformity with buyers' requests in color, quantity, packing and size.

We guarantee the protection of customers’ designs, workmanship, patents and copyrights.

Customized design service is available, executed by professional designers from packaging design majors. Our own designs could be exclusively provided.

Terms could be FOB, CFR, CIF, CIP, DDU, DDP etc.


Logistics Operation Support

Our staff in the Foreign Trade Department are all experienced in the exporting industry.

Being a supply chain service provider, we have the knowledge and expertise to provide total logistic and transportation solutions to our customers. Our qualified personnel work in close association with leading freight forwarders, air and shipping lines at various locations. In addition, we can provide you specific value added services by pre advising all shipments on a regular basis with tentative arrival dates.

- 1 set Form A or Certificate of Origin is provided for each order (for shipment quantity > 1,000pcs & > US$1,500.-)

- The cost of each extra set of Form A is US$70.- and extra set of Certificate of Origin is US$20.-

- Export license (Quota) is required for the States. Its cost is depends on the market fluctuation.


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Which Wine Opener Should You Use?

A wine opener can be anything from a simple, utilitarian device to a fancy showpiece that heightens the presentation and service of your fine wines. There are about as many different types as there are wines but they fall into only a handful of general categories. A fine corkscrew is one of the wine accessories that a wine aficionado prides himself or herself on, one that shows off their passion and respect for what is in the bottle.

  • Waiter's Corkscrew - A waiter's corkscrew is the basic folding corkscrew that folds up and can be easily held in your pocket. It is named for the fact that it is the traditional wine opener used by most restaurant servers and Sommeliers (the wine steward at a restaurant). They have a worm (the corkscrew part) which is twisted into the cork and then lever action is used to pull it free. These generally also include a small knife as well which serves to cut the foil off the bottle before pulling the cork. These are handy and easy to use with a little practice. While many of the ones you see around are cheap plastic ones, wine lovers and Sommeliers often enjoy showing off their fancy elegant Waiter's corkscrews which are often decorated with fine woods and engravings.


    Many of the finest Waiter's corkscrews, like the one pictured above, come from an area in Provence in the south of France called Laguiole. There are several makers there but the best feature beautiful carved wood handles and engraved metals. I've had the most luck with Chateau Laguiole and La Forge de Laguiole. The wine opener above is from Chateau Laguiole and features olive wood from France. These are truly works of art and a fine way to present and serve your wine. These also make a great gift for a wine lover! I recommend trying to find Waiter's corkscrews with a teflon coated worm as it makes it a lot easier to screw into the cork, particularly for firm corks.   


  • Ah-so - This is a wine opener which is simply a handle with two metal blades. You basically slide the blades on either side of the cork and then slowly pry it out. These can be frustrating for some and we don't use them regularly, but they do avoid the need to have any knowledge of how to use the lever action of a Waiter's corkscrew. Where I think they do shine is in very old wines with corks which are very decayed. These corks tend to crumble if you try to screw into them so with an Ah-so you can gently pull them out without destroying the cork and ending up with chunks of cork in your wine!



  • Butterfly (Winged) Corkscrew - These are a very common type which most people have. They consist of a corkscrew attached to a frame with two long arms which pivot upwards as the cork is screwed in (hence the name butterfly or winged). These are very easy to use and quick.     



  • Standard Screwpull - Screwpull is a particular company which makes many of the wine openers available in fine wine stores these days. Their standard model is a long teflon coated worm with a twist top handle and a separate plastic cage which sits over the top of the bottle neck. The twisting action of the worm in the cork slowly pulls the cork out so that you do not have to pull or lever it out. These are also easy and fast and require little or no practice or prior knowledge to figure out.



  • Screwpull Lever Model (The Rabbit) - Several companies market various versions of this lever-pull model wine opener although I believe Screwpull® was the original. This is a larger contraption so it is not as handy and portable as a good Waiter's corkscrew or even the standard Screwpull but it is super easy and really fast. While they are a bit more expensive, stick to the good brands like Screwpull as some of the cheaper versions break relatively easily. Basically, the mechanics of the Screwpull does all the work for you, you simple hold the top of the bottle with a vice and the lever is lowered and then raised gently, screwing into and pulling out the cork in one swift movement. This also makes a good gift for a new wine lover and are quick and easy. On the other hand, if you want a more portable option, look elsewhere.  



    Cork Pops (CO2 Injector) - There are several versions of this one as well, but basically it is a handle with a long needle which is inserted down through the cork. Pressurized carbon dioxide is then injected which pushes the cork up from beneath. This is a cool gimmick and always impresses people but doesn't always work easily with all corks. Also, they do require replacement of the carbon dioxide cartridges occasionally, depending on how often you use it.


  • Electric Wine Opener - Easy to use, good effort, good convenience.
  • So Which Wine Opener Should You Choose?Well, that all depends on your personal style and preference. Purists love a good, well made and decorated Waiter's corkscrew like those from Laguoile. The best from there can be the ultimate in wine service and presentation. However, for those who simply want a simple, utilitarian wine opener they can count on, a basic Screwpull or winged corkscrew is more than adequate. For those who want to show off how fast they can pull a cork and want the ultimate in easy (as well as a great display of mechanics at work) cork pulling, the Screwpull lever models will impress. Any can be found in most fine wine shops and most can be found in deluxe, ornamented versions which make you look good while serving wine and make great gifts!
How to Open a Wine Bottle?
How to Open a Wine Bottle: The General Process
  • First of all, you need a wine bottle and some sort of wine opener, obviously. The next general step to open a wine bottle is to cut off the foil capsule which is found on most wine bottles. The entire capsule can be pulled off or cut and removed. However, for show and elegance, it is considered more proper to cut the foil at the top, simply removing the top and leaving the rest of the capsule to decorate the neck of the bottle. This step can be done several ways, generally with a knife which is included on the end of a corkscrew. Alternatively, some wine openers come with a foil cutter which sits atop the wine bottle and you squeeze and twist to cut the capsule.



  • Next, you remove the cork. See below for instructions on how to use the various types of wine openers to open a wine bottle.



  • Following removing the cork, it has been traditional to wipe the top of the bottle with a clean towel prior to pouring. This is done for two reasons. For one, it wipes free any lead which is on the bottle from the lead capsule. This reason is largely moot at this point as no capsules are made of lead anymore. However, for very old bottles of wine this may be a concern. The other reason is that there may be some mold or wine sediment/gunk that is left on the lip of the bottle after you open a wine bottle. This helps remove any material here so that it is not poured into anyone's glass.



  • Beyond that, after you open a wine bottle its simply time to drink the wine! Read on for detailed instructions on how to open a wine bottle with various types of wine openers.



Types of Wine Openers

  • Waiter's Corkscrew - A Waiter's corkscrew is the basic corkscrew that folds down and can easily be carried in your pocket. It is standard equipment for restaurant servers, sommeliers and fine wine purists. With a little practice it is a fast and convenient way to open a wine bottle.
    1. First remove the foil capsule on the top of the bottle, if there is one. This can be done with a knife. Traditionally, the small blade on the end of the Waiter's Corkscrew is used to slice around the edge of the top of the bottle to cut the capsule circumferentially. It can them be pried off easily.





    2. After closing the knife blade, extend the lever and corkscrew (worm). Next, with the bottle sitting on a table or held firmly in your left hand (assuming you are right handed) push the tip of the worm into roughly the middle of the cork.





    3. With slight downward pressure, begin twisting the corkscrew in your left hand to get the worm to start twisting into the cork. Once started, straighten it out so that the worm is parallel to the neck of the wine bottle and continue twisting until the worm is deep in the cork, practically up to where the twists of the corkscrew stop, depending on the length of your worm.






    4. Next, pivot the handle (body) of the Waiter's corkscrew up so that the metal lever end points down toward the wine bottle. There should be a lip or ledge of the metal piece which is meant to sit atop the top of the bottle.





    5. With this metal piece now firmly perched on the top of your bottle, your corkscrew is in depressed position to act like a lever to start pulling the cork out. While holding the neck of the bottle and the metal part with your left hand, use your right hand to pry up the other free end of the corkscrew (the end with the foil cutter knife on it). As you do this, the cork should start to rise out of the neck of the bottle.



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    6. As you get to the top, if the cork is not close to totally out yet, you may need to lower the corkscrew, screw it in a bit further and then repeat the steps to pry out more of the cork.



    7. Once the cork is close to out, simply grab the whole thing, cork and corkscrew, with your right hand and pull it free.





    8. Your bottle is now open. All that remains is to twist the cork off the corkscrew worm.



  • Ah-so - The ah-so is a handle with two metal prongs attached. It is an easy and quick device to open a wine bottle. They are particularly handy for very old corks which have a tendency to crumble if you try to use a corkscrew.
    1. After removing the capsule, place the bottle on a table or firmly in your left hand.



    2. Next, push the longer blade of the ah-so between the cork and bottle such that the other blade will come down on the other side of the cork.



    3. Continue pushing down so that the shorter blade goes between the cork and bottle on the opposite side



    4. Continue pushing down, with a slight wiggle and pivoting if necessary, until the handle is flush with the top of the bottle.



    5. Now hold the bottle firmly with the left hand while prying the cork free with the right using the handle of the ah-so. Pull firmly and steadily and it should come free. If you are having difficulty, twist and wiggle the ah-so a bit to break the seal and get the cork moving. This process can be quick easy with soft corks and very hard with firm, large corks. With enough tugging and wiggling you should be able to slowly inch the cork all the way out.



    6. Simply pull the cork out from the prongs of the ah-so.



  • Butterfly (Winged) Corkscrew - These are the standard corkscrews you see very frequently. A straightforward and simple way to open a wine bottle.
    1. After removing the foil capsule, place the wine bottle on a flat surface.



    2. With the "wings" (levers) of the corkscrew down and closed (which protrudes the corkscrew worm) push the tip of the worm into the middle of the cork.



    3. With steady downward pressure begin to twist the handle so that the worm screws into the cork as you hold the corkscrew in place with your left hand. As you screw it down, the two "wings" will slowly rise up.



    4. When the worm is screwed all the way down so that it will not turn anymore, grab both "wings" and pull them down which will lever the cork out.



    5. If only a small amount of the cork remains in the neck of the bottle, you can simply grasp the whole thing and pull the rest of the cork out. If the cork is long and still firmly in the bottle, you can usually screw the worm a bit further into the cork, followed by pushing the "wings" down again to pull the cork out further. Through this process you should be able to get the cork out completely.



    6. Simply lower the wings again to protrude the cork so that you can twist it off the worm.



  • Standard Screwpull - This is the smaller Screwpull model with the long teflon coated worm and a plastic cage which sits on the top of the wine bottle. Occasionally, you will come upon a bottle with "flanged" top, with a wider than normal lip at the top of the bottle. These standard screwpulls will not fit on some of these and therefore cannot be used to open a wine bottle such as this.
    1. After removing the foil capsule, place the wine bottle on a flat surface.



    2. To open a wine bottle, take the plastic "cage" of the screwpull and place it over top of the bottle until it sits snuggly.



    3. Now put the long worm through the hole on top, directed down towards the cork. Push the worm up against the cork and, with steady pressure, twist the worm with the handle while holding the bottle in place.



    4. As the worm engages the cork, simply continue twisting. Once the handle contacts the cage at the top, twisting will start pulling the cork up out of the bottle.



    5. Continue gently twisting until the cork comes out completely. Simply hold on to the cork and twist in the opposite direction to remove the cork from the worm.



    6. In the rare instance that the cork is too long and will not come out completely, simply hold on and gently pull the remainder out.



  • Screwpull Lever Model (The Rabbit) - These are super easy to use and open a wine bottle about as fast as can be. They are big and clumsy though so they are not as convenient to carry around as a Waiter's corkscrew.
    1. After removing the foil capsule on the bottle, extend the top lever of the screwpull completely, so that the worm is not protruding at the bottom.



    2. Setting the base where the screw comes out on the top of the bottle, grip the top of the bottle with the two handles together in one hand.



    3. Now simply pull the top lever all the way down in one smooth motion until it cannot go any further. Next, reverse the movement, simply pushing the lever back up to its starting extended position. The cork will be penetrated with the downward movement and extracted with the upward movement.



    4. Simply release your grip with the handles and you are done!



    5. To remove the cork from the worm, pull the lever back down to the lower position, grasp the handles together tightly to hold the cork, and then pull the lever back up to the starting open position. This will pull the worm out of the cork so that your screwpull is ready for the next bottle.



  • Cork Pops (CO2 Injector) - This device requires carbon dioxide cartridges which inject pressurized gas into the space below the cork and push the cork out from within.
    1. After removing the foil capsule, place the wine bottle on a stable surface.



    2. Put the Cork Pops device over the top of the bottle so that the needle pushes into the top of the cork.



    3. Push the whole device down firmly, piercing the cork with the needle. Continue pushing until completely engaged and flush. If you can see within the bottle neck, the tip of the needle should be through the inside end of the cork.



    4. Push the button or carbon dioxide cartridge to discharge pressurized CO2 into the bottle. The cork will slowly rise up. When out or just before coming out, stop the flow of gas.



    5. Simply lift off the cork and pull it off the needle.



  • Tabletop or Bar Lever Corkscrew - Often installed in bars, there are also versions of this fancy lever-action corkscrew that can be mounted on a table-top frame or on the side of a bar. Similar to the Screwpull lever openers but even bigger and less portable. A fancy, but often impractical way to open a wine bottle.
    1. These work similar to the Screwpull lever openers, however there is one key difference. Generally, with the top lever in the up position, you start out by removing the foil capsule and griping the top of the bottle with the handles.



    2. Next, simply pull the lever down in one smooth motion. In one motion the worm penetrates and screws into the cork and then pulls back out, pulling the cork with it. Whereas the Screwpull requires a down and up movement, this is all accomplished in one downward movement



    3. Now simple repeat the movement in reverse to release the cork.


So that is how to open a wine bottle!