Make Your Garment Tech Packs in Vietnam

Do you have a fashion idea in your mind? Do you want to produce your idea in Vietnam? Communicating your idea to Vietnamese sewing factories will be a challenge. The factory cannot read your mind and may not understand your fashion idea when talking on WhatsApp or Skype. Writing down your creative ideas in technical terms in a tech pack is the way to get it right the first time. If you don't, the misunderstandings are guaranteed to happen, you will waste your time and money.

I can introduce you to tech pack services in Vietnam.

A tech pack is also known as a specification sheet. Tech packs contain detailed information about your garment design like size measurements, care label instructions, art-work placement, fabric specifications, packing instructions etc. Factories use your tech pack to quote price and make samples.

We think of tech packs as a contract between fashion designer and sewing factory. If you live in New York and are having your garments produced in Ho Chi Minh City, then you will need to communicate your design ideas over a language barrier and culture divide. All the details of your garment need to be communicated, understood, discussed and brought to life by a team of people from a different culture. Tech packs facilitate this process by putting all the design details on paper in numbers and images to prevent misunderstandings. When problems happen you can easily know by referencing the tech packs.

My name is Chris Walker. I have been working in the garment industry in Vietnam since 2008. My expertise is advising fashion brands and sourcing factories. I can offer you tech pack services in Vietnam.

Are you a fashion startup, or an established brand? Will you be producing your next clothing line in Vietnam? No matter who and where you are, I can help you from business planning to shipping your final garments.

Here is a list of services we offer:
  • Fashion Startup Business Planning
  • Tech Pack Creation
  • Factory Introductions by Email
  • Factory Visits
  • Design, Development and Production

The blog posts below answer questions to help you make the most complete tech pack.