Maharani of India’s biggest client is Hennes & Mauritz (H&M). H&M
is a Swedish Multinational clothing-retail company that has over
4,500 stores worldwide. They have the second highest presence in
the clothing-retail industry after Inditex.
Other than H&M Maharani Of India also manufacture garments for
other European brands for instance Next, Etam and Monoprix.
Maharani Of India has expanded and also manufactures garments to clothing- retail companies in the United States. MOI has manufactured for American Eagle, Destination Maternity Corporation and Forever 21.
PRODUCTION STRENGTH/ FACILITY
Maharani Of India has three production facilities that span over 140,000 sq feet. All the facilities have the newest machinery and equipment that is required for garment production. Quality of the finished goods are of utmost importance at MOI and therefore we have a very competent team of Quality Control professionals that are monitoring every stage of production.
All the factories are compliant in regards to the various buyers’ standards. H&M has given Maharani of India a Gold status as a supplier, which is an achievement to be proud of. At MOI we have instilled several quality management systems, which ensure that the company is planning styles well in advance and is being able to execute these orders with a high efficiency and excellent quality. MOI has a monthly capacity of 500,000 pieces spread over these three units.
Our State of Art Production Facility Includes
» A sample development section
» Juki Machines-1500
» State of the art finishing/ laundry department in each production unit.
Maharani of India has an in house team of designers educated at the Fashion Institute of Technology, India (in collaboration with the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York). We provide in-house design and production services for buyers who need to outsource both services, and work with visiting merchandisers/ designers who want “production only” services. Our design team supports the ideas of visiting merchandising executives from Italy, Netherlands and France by translating their ideas into product samples for approval and production. Our design and marketing teams also travel to the fashion capitals of the world scouting for the latest trends in colors, fabrics, and style, and prepare several independent collections of women, and children apparel, and accessories.