Clothing Manufacturers Asia is Southeast Asia's leading clothing manufacturing agency. We are hired by fashion brands from all over the world to project manage the sourcing and ethical manufacturing of their clothing.



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High Quality
Ethical Manufacturing

Work with ethical, experienced, high quality manufacturers across Southeast Asia, and have our experts project manage every detail for you from inside those factories.

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Ethical Manufacturing

CMA exclusively works with ethical manufacturers across Southeast Asia. To learn more about ‘ethical fashion’, visit this page on our website.

Printing & More

Our manufacturers produce high quality printing, dyeing, embroidery, and embellishment work in-house, keeping quality consistent.

Natural Dyes & Inks

It’s important to protect our planet. CMA offers natural dyes made from plants and Phthalate-free inks for high quality printing.

Done-for-You Manufacturing

Skilled CMA Project Managers oversee your entire production from end-to-end from within our factories, reporting everything to you.


testimonial katherine baker mass production
“Working with Clothing Manufacturers Asia and closely with my Project Manager, has made my journey starting my label exciting and a true pleasure. Their professionalism, and personal communication standard has blown me away. The quality and efficiency through my sample process is more than I ever imagined. I look forward to many more exciting years to come with CMA. And thank you CMA team, for all your patience and hard work.”
Katherine Baker, Founder of Beach Bums Apparel

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FAQs for Mass Production

CMA doesn’t have an MOQ but our manufacturers all do. MOQs will vary depending on what garment is being produced, what fabric is being used, and whether the fabric needs to be dyed or printed. Once we review your detailed tech packs we’ll be able to provide you with accurate information. To submit your tech packs, Click Here.
The only way to calculate your MOQ is to send us your detailed tech packs. Once we connect with our network of ethical manufacturers, they will be able to assess your MOQ.
No. Our manufacturers are some of the busiest in the region and their preference is not to work alongside designers. Also, other designers can easily be exposed to the risk of design theft, called “design exposure”. In an effort to mitigate this risk, CMA project managers work on your behalf.
We love animals! We have worked on projects for cats and dogs clothes. Check out our Instagram post for this cat clothing:
MOQs for dyeing vary depending on your choice of fabrics. The MOQ ranges from 30m to 1,000m or higher.
Our manufacturers produce amazing print quality through screen printing, digital printing, sublimation, hot press, discharge, reactive or pigment printing, and more. Send us your graphic design files along with your tech packs and CMA will recommend the best option for you.
There’s no way to answer this question without seeing your detailed tech packs and your graphic design files. There are two possible scenarios, depending on what you’re producing. Either the fabric needs to be printed first before making your clothes or your clothes need to be made before your printing is completed. Both scenarios come with varying timeframes.
Yes. Test dyeing is generally conducted on 1 kg of fabric. For digital or screen print testing, our manufacturers usually test 1m of fabric. You can request to have these test fabrics sent to you for review, just let us know.
Costs of screens vary depending on the size of the screens needed for your specific designs. Prices can range from $25 USD to $250 USD. Keep in mind that each new colour in your design requires a separate screen. The great thing about screens is they can be reused hundreds of times in future productions.
MOQs exist because of three reasons. Firstly, suppliers all have their own MOQs for fabrics and materials. This means when starting a project, manufacturers also face MOQs when procuring supplies. Secondly, manufacturers need to stop a production in order to start another and this costs them a lot of time. And third, if dyeing or printing, the amount of dye needed to match a specific colour or the amount of printing to achieve a specific design requires a specific amount of materials to be used, which impacts fabric usage and ultimately the amount of total material.
The minimum number of pieces per size is 10 but this can vary a little from one manufacturer to another.
Our manufacturers provide clear plastic sleeves to individually pack garments. We’re also proud to provide recycled eco-sleeves that can be printed on and are biodegradable, compostable, and disposable. Visit our Shop page to learn more.
MOQs for printing vary depending on your choice of fabrics. The MOQ ranges from 30m to 1,000m or higher.
Yes. Our manufacturers are able to naturally dye fabrics. These are generally used for natural fibre textiles such as cotton or rayon or linen etc. Prices for using organic dyes or eco-ink are higher than conventional dyes but we do not have prices, we can only tell you your exact costs during quoting. Check out this post from our Instagram page about natural dyes.
For screen printing, the maximum number of colours is 8. For digital printing, it’s nearly unlimited.
We accept Adobe Illustrator, PDF, JPG, or PNG file formats. If you’re printing an image on a section of your garments (ie: logo on the chest) then you need to send your file with the exact dimensions set to scale. If you want an all-over printing of the entire fabric, we need your files saved for yardage printing or repeat printing. This means we need your image dimensions in centimetres to represent exact scale.
Some of our manufacturers charge a nominal setup fee during samples production for digital printing, embroidery, screen printing, or dyeing.
Yes. Due to the fact a laser is being used to cut fabric, there will be certain restrictions on fabric choices and MOQs. Please contact our team for more information.