Fabric suppliers provide the world’s best quality fabric and fabric finishing products, and they’re often the only ones to provide all the basics in a timely fashion.
These days, they’re all being disrupted by new technologies and new manufacturing processes.
We spoke to Fabric Supplier and founder of the Fabric Supply Chain, Suresh Agarwal, to find out how he makes a living and how he uses the fabric supply chain to make sure the quality of the products he makes are of the highest possible standard.1.
How did you start Fabric Supplies?
What was your childhood like?
What do you like to do?
What are you working on now?
My mother was a nurse, and we used to travel all over India, and there was no home and no home in between.
My father was an engineer.
He was a textile chemist.
He worked in the textile business.
My mother used to do everything.
He made cloth for us and we’d wear our clothes.2.
What is your job today?
What are you doing now?
We do fabric and textiles.
We manufacture fabrics, but we also do a lot of textiles production and we do manufacturing.
I am also a textile engineer.
I was also a garment designer and I do textile and textile manufacturing.3.
What do you love most about the fabric industry?
I like how the fabric is made.
It’s very clean and the quality is very high.4.
What are your biggest concerns about the future of the fabric market?
My biggest concerns are about the quality.
We are facing a lot quality issues and that is not acceptable to everyone.
We have to get rid of those quality issues in the market.5.
What’s your favorite fabric supplier?
Fabric Supplier has the best quality and fabrics in the industry.
They have a lot in common.
I love their fabrics.
I would recommend them to all my friends.6.
How do you find fabrics to buy?
I find fabrics online, through friends and through other online sellers.
We will buy from suppliers and they will sell to us at the same time.7.
What products are you making now?
I am making my own fabrics and I make everything from scratch.
I have made the fabric for the wedding gowns, the jackets, the shirts.8.
What about your future plans?
I will work on my own fabric and I am thinking of doing other things.9.
What has the future held for you?
I have been doing this for almost 10 years.
I will work till I get my degree.10.
Who do you think is the biggest threat to the fabric trade in the future?
I think it will be in the next 10 years or in 20 years.
We want the best fabrics, we want the highest quality fabrics.
The only thing we need to do is find the best suppliers.