Duty Free Sourcing Inc plays a key role in the advancement of Lesotho garment industry. Established in 2014 to support our own factory production and sourcing needs and later expand to support other manufactures. We place key focus on developing people within the industry and transferring knowledge to Lesotho people.
We strive to be the preferred African and International clothing manufacture in Lesotho. Our vision is to provide cost savings to our clients using different duty free trade agreements across the world.
- To develop and support textile industry growth in Lesotho
- To be value added partners to our customers and society
- To provide affordable good quality products to our customers
- To build long lasting business relationships with our customers and build sustainable business for
many years to come
No matter what business you are into and what’s your business size. To understand what sourcing means to your business, you need to analyze the need for sourcing.
Identify the need for sourcing. Ask as many questions you can ask your team to your customers. Know and understand your current business scenario. Set your current situation as a benchmark and analyze the need for sourcing in your business.
This will help you to know the potential markets for your goods and how your business can perform there.
Do every possible thing you can to gather as much information as you can to know your future suppliers better. The better you know the suppliers, the better results you will get.
Maintain all possible information about the suppliers you are working with- personal and professionals. And keep updating the information with time to track the performance and build consistency.
Formulate an unbeatable strategy to reduce the risk and maximize the results. And entre the market with confidence.
Negotiate with the strategy you formulated as if this is the only plan you are left with. But keep your plan B ready!
Establish strong links of communication with suppliers and keep them well- informed.
List up the strategical points that worked for you and what didn’t. Analyze the result of your sourcing strategy and work to make it better.
South Africa program distribution and customer service.
Activewear manufacture for the US market, Walmart approved.
1300 workers, 500,000pcs plus capacity per month
US program fabric / Trim Import and Finish goods export.
US and South Africa program manufacture. Walmart approved
550 workers, 200,000pcs capacity per month.
South Africa program manufacture (T-Shirts, Fleece tops and Joggers)
250 workers, 100,000pcs capacity per month.
South Africa program. 350 workers, 150,000pcs per month.