UNIQLO does not focus manufacturing exclusively in China but is expanding bases in other Asian countries as well. However, we implement a strict supervisory system to ensure that product quality is maintained even as we diversify our geographical manufacturing base.
At UNIQLO, we view our 70 contract manufacturing companies as business partners. – more... Therefore, our UNIQLO team of experts (Takumi Team) offers consistent and positive technical support. The Takumi Team is a group of engineers with over 30 years experience in the Japanese textile industry. The Team transfers expertise to the factories on overall factory management including spinning, knitting, weaving, dying, sewing, finishing and shipping.
We must not overlook the activities of our International Production Management Section. A total of 170 UNIQLO production management personnel are assigned to Product Management Offices in Shanghai and Shenzhen (China), Ho Chi Minh (Vietnam), and Dakka (Bangladesh). There, they monitor product quality, etc. through weekly visits to our contract factories. – less
UNIQLO Employer Reviews
Very organized, neat and clean work place
Costumer service/ Sales associate (Current Employee), Manhattan, NY – June 10, 2013
great job for growth
Sales Representative (Former Employee), New York, NY – May 23, 2013
Great coworkers but sometimes management slacked.
o Customer Advisor/ Retail (Former Employee), New York, NY – May 22, 2013
Sales Associate (Current Employee), New York, NY – May 18, 2013
Not fun anymore after a year
Associate (Current Employee), San Francisco, CA – May 17, 2013
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