Chris can introduce you to mens sportwear factories
Chris will introduce you to factories
Hi, I am your go-to guy if you want to get things done in Vietnam. I prepare you to meet factories and introduce you to them. May I take you to meet mens-sportswear garment suppliers in Ho Chi Minh city?

Chris Walker
Apparel Production Advisor
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Ebook Author

Mens sportswear garment supplier

Can you believe that activewear is still popular and growing? Are you sourcing a mens sportswear garment supplier or women's? I know many apparel manufacturers in Vietnam is making sports apparel.

First challenge is sourcing quality polyester spandex fabric that has moisture wicking properties.

Second challenge is finding quality printing and embroidery that can withstand the rigor of sportswear.

Third challenge is finding a mens garment supplier that has flat lock machines so that tight fitting activewear does not rub against the skins and cause discomfort.

I can introduce you to mens sportswear garment suppliers in Vietnam. Let's schedule a Skype chat to find solutions to your business plan in Viet Nam.
Vietnam makes sportswear

Why did you search for mens sportswear garment supplier?

I am interested to hear your story. Are you a start up or experienced sourcing professional? What country are you currently producing in? Have you considered local production? If your quantity is less than 1,000 pieces per style per color then I recommend producing locally first. If you are dead set on Vietnam, then I can introduce you to mens sportswear garment suppliers in Vietnam.
Men Sports Sewing Factory
As a mens sportswear garment supplier, Thai Son produces their own knitted jersey in Vietnam as well. They are always working with new fabric and trying new sewing techniques. If you need difficult prints, they know the best printing suppliers in HCMC to get the quality you want. If you have special dying instructions, they know the best dying companies in Ho Chi Minh City. They aim to be the best in customer service in order to establish repeat customers.

Are you searching for a mens sportswear garment supplier in Vietnam? Thai Son has experience with sportswear and casual wear. They have flat lock machines for flat seaming. They can source tri-blended fabrics and offer various fabric functions like moisture wicking and anti-bacteria.

Finn Flare is a men's and women's brand who we have been producing in Vietnam for more than 10 years. They have a leading position in the Russian apparel market in the price range "average plus" and is included in the top five. Their retail chain has more than 100 stores in Russia and Kazakhstan. They use knitted jersey in Vietnam for their knitwear garments for men. They use a lot of cotton viscose fabric for ladies styles.
Vietnam is good making basic sports styles too!
Fitnesswear Factory Vietnam

Warm up suit jackets made in Vietnam

I can help you make this suit in Vietnam
Mens in Black Jacket
 

How to find your import duties from Vietnam to USA

Step 1 is to figure out what is the HS Code of your product. Step 2 is to look up your HS Code in the Harmonized tariff schedule. You will see the duty rate listed next to your HS Code. Done. Sounds easy right? Like putting socks on a rooster. The safest thing to do is hire a certified customs broker who classifies many products every day. The problem is, customs brokers will only do a classification for you if you are a lucrative client shipping containers on a regular basis. That's how they make their living. So what can you do? Sail out into the open ocean yourself, do your own classification, let me chart the way for you.

First thing you need to keep in mind is that when your goods get to the USA port, it's the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officer that will either approve or disapprove the HS Code classification declared on the shipping documents. Their job is to make sure you pay the right import duty. If the CBP decides your classification is wrong then you risk delaying the delivery of your goods and being labeled as an offender which could delay future shipments. You will have to pay the remaining tax to get your goods released. If you are caught incorrectly classifying your product, your certified customs broker who made the classification for you, has their neck in the guillotine too. They can have their license revoked and be out of work if they are caught multiple times classifying products with low taxes. The broker can petition the decision to save their neck but they waste time petitioning and time is money - lost.

Here is what the classification hierarchy of round grain husked rice looks like.
Hierarchy of HS Codes
Try yourself. It will take you 10 minutes. I will show you exactly what to do. Some products are straight forward and easily classified.

1 Go to this CBP webpage and download the Full Document of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule. https://hts.usitc.gov/current
2 Search pdf document for Husked (brown) rice and you will see the duty rate.
Harmonized Tariff Schedule
In fact it is not that easy for most products because most products are composed of different materials. For example a t-shirt that made with cotton, viscose and spandex or a piece of furniture with metal, wood and plastic. It takes experience to know which classification yields the lowest duty rate and will be accepted by the CBP. Also, do you see the column labeled "special?" Figuring out how to benefit from he "special" takes time and know-how. This is the reason I recommend you hire a licensed customs broker to help you out.

There are 14,454 active licensed Customs brokers in the United States. They must pass an open book test with 80 multiple-choice questions testing their knowledge of The Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (HTSUS), Title 19, Code of Federal Regulations, Specified Customs Directives and Customs and Trade Automated Interface Requirements document (CATAIR). If you can't find one to help you then you can also tap into the CBP resources.

This website provides U.S. merchandise trade and tariff data in a user friendly web interface. https://dataweb.usitc.gov

You can also request a ruling from the CBP via this webpage: https://erulings.cbp.gov/home

If you are willing to pay me then I can get the classification done for you. Please contact me for more information.

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