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About Us

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          ◊◊♣◊◊You are Welcome to ExploreTex™ Sourcing Company◊◊♣◊◊

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ExploreTex™ Sourcing Company Establish as a Garments Manufacturer, Buying/Sourcing Agent, Importer and  Exporter to Sourcing Buyer from Abroad and Make a Good Deal with them to Fulfill Their Requirements. Our mission is to produce the best quality products and make long term business with our valued buyers.

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We have our Own Manufacturing Unit.

Samar Fashion Tex Ltd. (100% Export Oriented Woven Factory)

Mouchak Knit Composite Ltd. (OEKO-TEX, BSCI Certified Knit Composite Factory)

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ExploreTex™ Sourcing Company doing work with reputed garments industry. We work with non-Compliance, Compliance, BSCI, OEKO-TEX, WRAP, CTPAT, WalMart Rating-Yellow, Pima Cotton License Holder, Trevirra 350 License Holder, etc Certified Factory. There are large numbers of expert Management and worker. They work in a state of the art factory environment. As a supplier, commitment and excellence is our topmost priority.

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We are a professionally managed organization & dealing with variety of products like T-Shirt, Polo Shirt, Tank Tops, Pullover, Sweatshirt, Sweater, Uniform, Ladies Capri, Pajama, Ladies Skirts, Leisure, Denim Pants & Shorts, Cargo Pants & Shorts, Executive Shirt, Casual Shirt, Polar Fleece, Jacket, Work Wear, Kids Item, Underwear, Tie, Ladies Panty, Bra, Cap, Towel, Textile Items, Leather Jacket etc.

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We work in close co-ordination with our buyer to understand their specifications and deliver products in exact accordance. Our market repute and co-ordination enables us to get an easy and quick access to the desired products, and offer them at a competitive price to our customers. ExploreTex™ Sourcing Company the ability to respond quickly and professionally to buyer’s needs.

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ExploreTex™ Sourcing Company best to supply buyer’s custom design & we can offer buyer’s any print & embroidery service.
We are strongly committed to serve the best, as one stop solution to our clients at home and abroad. Our objective is to meet all sorts of requirements & expectations of our principals and finally supply products those are best in value in terms of quality & price.

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We stand behind our garments products with quality assurance. We believe quality is never an accident. It is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, intelligent direction and skilful execution to provide customers with the most comprehensive sourcing, production, design & product development service, guarantee of quality, competitive price & quick turnaround times with a world class professional personalized service.

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Our management is also firmly committed to our foreign principals to ensure best quality products and render complete transparency in all aspects of business.

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Our mission is to be the market leader, in providing clothing from Bangladesh to our customers around the globe. To be a market leader we are committed to develop high quality, sophisticated and deviation-free products in our capacity and make on time delivery to our customers.

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We believe on Quality & Commitment. We know how man and machine together makes a product pandemic. It will make us different from our competitors. Being a quality service provider, our firm belief is through dedication and industry; we can provide the service you need.

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We Work With Different Types of Fabric, Please Take a Look for Some Fabrication Details:-

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Aba Garment of camel or goat hair; camel or goat-hair fabric
Aerophane Thin crinkled semi-transparent fabric
Alepine Mixed wool and silk or mohair and cotton fabric
Alpaca Fine wool made from alpaca hair
Angora Silk-like fabric made from wool of angora goats
Ardass Fine silk
Armure Twilled woollen or silk fabric
Arrasene Embroidery fabric of wool and silk
Atlas Rich satin fabric
Baft Cheap coarse cotton fabric
Bagging Coarse fabric for making bags or sacks
Baize Coarse napped cotton or wool fabric
Balbriggan Knitted cotton fabric
Baldachin Rich embroidered silk and gold fabric
Balzarine Light cotton dress material
Barathea Pebbly silk or worsted fabric with broken rib weave
Barege Gauzy fabric of silk, cotton, wool, or worsted
Barracan Fine silk cloth
Barras Coarse linen fabric
Barrateen Some kind of fabric
Batiste Fine soft sheer fabric of plain weave
Bayadere Fabric with horizontal stripes in strongly contrasting colours
Beaupers Linen fabric used for flags
Bengaline Crosswise ribbed fabric
Bombazine Twilled silk and worsted fabric
Borato Thin fabric
Bouclé Fabric of uneven looped yarn
Brilliantine Light lustrous cotton and worsted fabric
Broadcloth Dense twilled wool or worsted fabric
Brocade Rich silk fabric with raised patterns
Buckram Stiff-finished cotton or linen used for linings of garments
Bump Coarse cotton fabric
Bunting Light loosely woven fabric used for flags
Burdet Cotton fabric
Burlap Coarse plain-woven jute or hemp fabric
Burnet Dark brown; dark woollen cloth
Burrel Coarse russet cloth
Calamanco Satin twilled woollen fabric
Calico Plain white cotton
Camaca Fine silk fabric
Cambresine Fine linen fabric
Cambric Fine thin white cotton or linen fabric
Camlet Strong waterproof silk or wool fabric
Caneva Fancy woollen fabric made to resemble canvas
Canque Chinese cotton fabric
Cashmere Soft twilled fabric made of fine goat’s wool
Cashmerette Soft imitation of cashmere
Cassimere Closely woven twilled cloth of fine wool
Cendal Silk fabric resembling taffeta
Challis Soft lightweight silk, wool or cotton fabric
Chambray Lightweight fabric with coloured warp and white filling
Chamois Cotton fabric made in imitation of chamois leather
Charmante Silk fabric with a crepe back
Charmeuse Soft and satiny silk fabric
Chenille Velvety silk, wool or cotton fabric with protruding pile
Cheviot Coarse heavy plain or twilled wool or worsted
Chiffon Sheer silk fabric
Chino Strong twilled cotton cloth
Chintz Glazed printed cotton fabric
Cire Fabric with a glazed finish
Cloque Fabric with an embossed design
Coburg Thin single-twilled worsted fabric with cotton or silk
Cordovan Soft goatskin leather
Corduroy Durable cotton piled fabric with vertical ribs
Crash Coarse drapery and towelling fabric
Crepe Light crinkled fabric
Crepon Heavy crepe fabric with lengthwise crinkles
Cretonne Heavy cotton or linen cloth
Crin Horsehair fabric
Crinoline Stiff flax or cotton fabric
Cubica Fine unglazed fabric resembling shalloon
Cypress Silk or cotton gauze fabric, usually black
Damask Fine lustrous fabric with flat patterns and a satin weave
Delaine Light fabric of wool or mixed wool and cotton
Denim Firm and durable twilled cotton
Dimity Sheer and stout white cotton
Domett Plain cotton-wool blend
Dornick Stout linen
Dowlas Coarse linen
Drabbet Coarse linen
Drap-de-berry Old woollen cloth
Dreadnought Heavy woollen cloth
Drill Durable twilled cotton
Droguet Ribbed woollen dress fabric
Drugget Coarse durable wool fabric
Ducape Plain-woven stout silk fabric
Duck Durable closely woven cotton fabric
Duffel Fabric of thick, low-quality woolen cloth
Dungaree Heavy coarse durable twilled cotton, usually coloured
Dupion Coarse silk
Duroy Coarse woollen
Duvetyn Smooth lustrous velvety fabric
Ecarlate Fine woollen cloth, usually dyed scarlet
Éolienne Fine silk and wool
Etamine Light open-mesh cotton or worsted
Eyelet Small hole in fabric to allow passage of a cord; cotton fabric with small holes
Faille Shiny closely woven silk, cotton or rayon fabric
Farandine Silk and wool cloth
Filoselle Coarse floss silk
Flannel Light woollen fabric
Foulard Soft lightweight plain-woven or twilled silk fabric
Foulé Light woollen fulled cloth
Frieze Rough heavy woollen cloth
Fuji Plain spun silk fabric
Fustian Coarse twilled cotton
Gabardine Closely woven cotton or wool twill
Galatea Striped cotton
Gambroon Twilled worsted and cloth
Gazar Silk organza fabric
Genappe Smooth worsted yarn
Georgette Thin silk
Gingham Striped cotton cloth
Grenadine Thin silk
Grogram Coarse loosely woven silk fabric
Grosgrain Heavy close-woven corded silk
Gulix Kind of fine linen
Harn Coarse linen
Herringbone Twilled fabric woven in rows of parallel sloping lines
Hodden Coarse undyed woollen cloth
Holland Coarse plain-woven cotton or linen
Hopsack Rough-surfaced loose fabric
Houndstooth Fabric with an irregular checked pattern
Huckaback Absorbent cotton or linen used for towels
Jaconet Stout cotton cloth
Jacquard Intricately-woven variegated fabric; loom for making jacquard
Jaspe Cotton or rayon cloth with shaded effect
Jean Durable twilled cotton material
Jersey Plain weft-knitted fabric of wool, cotton, nylon or silk
Kalamkari Fabric coloured by repeated dyeing
Kelt Coarse fabric made of black and white wool
Kente Hand-woven african silk fabric
Kersey Coarse woollen cloth
Kerseymere Twilled fine wool
Khaddar Homespun cotton cloth
Kincob Embroidered silk with gold and silver threads
Lamé Fabric in which metallic threads are interwoven
Lasting Sturdy cotton or worsted cloth
Lawn Fine sheer plain-woven cotton or linen
Leno Open-woven fabric
Linsey Coarse linen and wool blend
Linsey-woolsey Thin coarse fabric of wool and linen
Lockram Coarse linen
Loden Heavy waterproof woollen fabric
Lustring Glossy silk
Lutestring Plain glossy silk
Mackinaw Heavy napped and felted wool cloth
Mackintosh Lightweight rubberized waterproof cotton
Madapollam Fine cotton cloth
Madras Fine plain-woven cotton or silk
Marabout Thin downy silk
Marcella Cotton or linen in twill weave
Marocain Ribbed crepe fabric
Marquisette Sheer meshed cloth
Matelassé Having a quilted ornamentation; fabric with raised pattern as if quilted
Melton Strong and smooth heavy woollen cloth
Merino Soft wool of the merino sheep; any soft merino-like wool or wool and cotton cloth
Messaline Soft lightweight silk with a satin weave
Mockado Inferior quality woollen fabric
Mogadore Ribbed silk used in making neckties
Mohair Fabric made from silky hair of angora goats
Moire Watered silk
Moleskin Heavy durable cotton
Moreen Stout corded wool or cotton
Mousseline Fine sheer fabric
Mull Soft fine sheer cotton or silk fabric
Muslin Plain-woven fine cotton
Musterdevillers Archaic mixed grey woollen cloth
Nainsook Fine cotton fabric
Nankeen Buff-coloured; durable buff-coloured cotton
Needlecord Thinly ribbed cotton
Ninon Silk voile or other thin fabric
Organdie Fine translucent cotton
Organza Transparent thin silk or nylon
Orleans Interwoven cotton and worsted
Osnaburg Coarse linen or cotton
Ottoman Heavy clothing fabric with crosswise ribs
Oxford Soft durable plain-woven cotton
Paduasoy Corded silk
Paisley Soft wool fabric with ornamental pattern
Panne Heavy lustrous silk or rayon with waxy feel
Paramatta Worsted and cotton blend
Pashmina Fine goat’s wool fabric used for making shawls
Pekin Fine soft silk
Pellicule Thin diaphanous fabric
Percale Closely woven lightweight cloth
Percaline Glossy lightweight cotton
Perse Dark blue or bluish-grey; cloth of such a colour
Piqué Stiff durable corded fabric of cotton, rayon or silk
Platilla Fine white linen
Plissé Fabric with puckered finish
Pongee Thin soft fabric woven from raw silk
Poodle Coarsely looped or nubby fabric
Poplin Corded woven silk and worsted
Prunella Strong and heavy silk or wool
Rabanna Raffia fabric of madagascar
Ramie Strong lustrous fabric resembling linen or silk
Raploch Coarse undyed woollen cloth
Raschel Light loosely kitted cloth
Ratiné Rough bulky plain-woven fabric
Rep Plain-woven fabric with crosswise ribs
Reticella Old venetian lace-like fabric
Romal Handkerchief or headcloth; silk or cotton fabric
Rumchunder Fine silk
Russel Ribbed cotton and wool
Russet Coarse homespun cloth
Sagathy Light blend of silk and cotton or wool
Samite Rich and heavy silk, sometimes interwoven with gold or silver
Sarsenet Fine and soft silk; soft or gentle
Satara Ribbed lustred wool
Sateen Glossy cotton or wool
Satin Closely woven silk with lustrous face
Satinet Thin silk satin or imitation thereof
Saxony Fine soft woollen fabric
Say Delicate woollen fabric
Scarlet Fine cloth
Scrim Durable plain-woven cotton fabric
Seersucker Light puckered cotton or linen fabric
Sempiternum Durable wool
Sendal Thin silk or linen
Serge Strong twilled worsted
Shalloon Light twilled wool or worsted
Shantung Plain rough silk or cotton
Sharkskin Smooth durable wool or worsted fabric
Shetland Lightweight loosely twisted wool fabric
Shoddy Woollen fabric made from rags
Sicilienne Ribbed silk
Silesia Thin twilled cotton or linen
Silkaline Soft light cotton fabric resembling silk
Sindon Fine linen
Stammel Coarse woollen fabric, usually dyed red; bright red colour
Stockinette Soft elastic cotton fabric
Surah Soft twilled silk or rayon
Swansdown Heavy napped cotton flannel
Swanskin Soft napped fabric resembling flannel
Tabaret Striped watered silk and satin fabric
Tabby Plain-woven silk taffeta fabric
Tabinet Silk and wool watered fabric
Taffeta Thin glossy silk
Tamin Thin glazed worsted
Tamis Thin wool
Tarlatan Thin sheer stiff cotton
Terry Piled fabric consisting of uncut loops
Ticking Strong linen or cotton fabric used for mattress and pillow cases
Tiffany Transparent silk-like gauzy fabric
Tiretaine Wool cloth mixed with cotton or linen
Toile Plain or simple twilled fabric
Tricolette Silk or rayon knitted fabric
Tricot Plain knitted silk or woollen fabric
Tricotine Double-twilled worsted fabric
Tulle Sheer and delicate thin silk
Tussah Brownish silk fabric
Tweed Rough twilled wool
Twill Any diagonally woven fabric
Velour Piled velvety cotton
Veloutine Velvety corded wool
Velvet Soft piled fabric of silk, cotton or synthetic material
Velvetine Cotton with silk pile
Vicuna Fabric made from wool of the vicuna, a small ruminant
Voile Soft fine sheer fabric
Wadmal Thick coarse wool
Whipcord Fabric with bold twill used for making dresses
Wigan Stiff plain-woven cotton
Wincey Plain or twilled cotton
Woolsey Cotton and wool blend
Worcester Fine wool
Worsted Fine closely-woven wool
Zanella Mixed twilled umbrella fabric
Zephyr Lightweight wool or worsted fabric; the west wind
Zibeline Soft piled wool
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Here is a Summary of the Main Types of Natural Fabrics and Man-Made Fabrics:- 
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Natural Fabrics

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Cotton – comes from cotton boll (plant). can be woven, pressed by heat into flannel, or used as knits. good for almost all purposes, such as apparel, crafts, quilting, baby and children’s accessories. as a natural fiber, cotton “breathes” which makes it comfortable to wear. for quilters, cotton is the fabric of choice– it handles and sews easily. care: machine washable.

Linen – comes from flax (plant). Real linen wrinkles easily, but is cool, and like cotton, linen “breathes”– making it a good choice for summer apparel. Linen is also great for table top accessories. To maintain its crispness, linen is often dry-cleaned. For a softer look, many linens can be hand-washed. Read your labels carefully.

Silk – comes from silk worms. The collection process is intricate and explains why silk is often expensive. Silk can have either a smooth finish or a nubby finish (raw silk). Care: usually dry clean, but many new silks may be hand washed. Read label carefully.

Wool – comes from animal coats (the animal is not harmed!) Known for its warmth, wool is often blended with man-made fibers. Good for apparel, especially outer wear. Care: usually dry clean, although some wools may be hand-washed. Read labels carefully.

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Man-Made Fabrics

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Polyester – when it was first introduced, polyester became a favorite fabric for apparel. It is easy to care for (mostly machine washable . Read labels carefully) and keeps its shape and color well. The disadvantage of polyester is that it does not “breathe,” which means it retains body heat and moisture and its not as comfortable as some of the natural fibers. Depending on the manufacturer, polyester fabrics have different names, many of which you will recognize – dacron, fortrel, kodel and trevira are among the many. Polyester may be offered in the form of knits, jerseys or cotton and silk-like fabrics.

Rayon – considered the most “natural” of the man-made fabrics, rayon is most often used for apparel. Depending on its construction, it has a soft draping quality, or can be made to look like linen. Rayon, too, has brand names such as avril or enka. It is more absorbent than polyester and usually is best dry-cleaned.

Nylon – new types are being developed yearly! Sometimes nylon is mixed with other fibers for apparel. Some nylon brand names are antron and viviana. Nylon is often a major fiber in knits, nylon tricot (underwear) nylon velvet and stretch swim wear. Machine washable.

Acrylic – (brand names include acrilan, creslan, orlon) is often used as a substitute for wool, in sweaters, fleece wear and other outer wear. (you’ll also find acrylic-wool blends.) Like wool, acrylic is warm and wrinkle resistant. One of its advantages is that it is usually machine washable.

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Fabric Types and Designs:-

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Batiste – very fine, soft, usually sheer cottons, often used for handkerchiefs, nightwear and children’s dresses.

Broadcloth – closely woven fabric. If you look closely, you’ll see tiny crosswise ribs.

Calico – plain woven cotton, usually printed with tiny floral designs.

Cambric – tightly woven cotton, usually in solid colors, such as cambric blue. Used in apparel, especially casual shirts.

Canvas – heavyweight cotton, used for items that require strength, such as tote bags, knapsacks, and slipcovers.

Chambray – finely woven cotton, usually with white and another color. The white is very subtle, used in the crosswise (warp) yarns. A chambray shirt, for instance is usually pale blue, but if you look closely you will see the white yarn.

Chino – popularized by the gap! This is cotton twill that has been pre-shrunk and mercerized. Most often used for sports pants and other sports wear.

Chintz – highly glazed cotton with a rich glossy finish. At cranston, we call this “cransheen finish.” chintz adds a decorator touch to home furnishings, and is also great for dressier apparel.

Corduroy – cotton pile that has been cut and woven with wide or narrow ribs.

Denim – the workhorse of cottons! Very strong, and similar to chambray, in that it is often made with white filling.

Duck – another strong, durable cotton, used for projects that are meant to last, i.e. Travel accessories, slipcovers, awnings, etc.

Flannel – very soft cotton, usually with a nap. Used often in baby wear. For children and baby apparel, make sure it is flame retardant.

Gabardine – can be cotton or wool. This is the twilled fabric that spans the seasons, and is often used in jackets, skirts and pants.

Gingham – yarn-dyed woven cotton, usually seen in the form of checks.

Khaki – another strong cotton weave – used in uniforms and other items that require strength.

Lawn – cotton lawn is a fine, crisp, combed cotton fabric, used in children’s wear, nightwear and traditional quilting.

Madras – originally from india. Real madras is hand-loomed and dyed with vegetable dyes. Patterns are usually stripes or plaids.

Muslin – very basic plain woven fabrics. Depending on the type, muslin can be coarse or fine, dyed or unbleached. The unbleached variety is often used for pattern making or test garments.

Percale – finely woven cotton, often used for sheets. The higher the thread count, the softer the hand.

Pique – cotton that has been woven with a raised, cord or weld effect. Also called dobby weave.

Poplin – usually heavier weight cotton that has a very fine rib running from selvedge to selvedge.

Sateen – cotton that has been woven with a satin weave.

Seersucker – crinkly cotton fabric, most often used in summer sports wear.

Terry – woven on knitted cotton pile with loops on one or both sides. Because of its absorbency it is very often used for toweling.

Voile – crisp, sheer, lightweight cotton, used for formal wear.

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ExploreTex is a potential and dynamic firm working as a sourcing/buying agent, supplier and Manufacturer for premium quality ready-made garments. We have a young, energetic and dedicated team who are ready to dispense your valuable orders at your convenience. We deal with all kind of Woven, Knit & Sweater garments items. We develop T-shirt, Polo-shirt, Sweat Shirt, Hoodie, Trousers, Shorts, Jeans Pant, Dress shirt, Pilot shirt, Blouses, Fancy Sweaters, Under Garments, Tank top, Ladies dress & kids dress, Sleepwear, Work wear, Apron, Sportswear, working dress etc.

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ExploreTex™ always promised what they say they can deliver and delivered what they have promised. They are honest about issues and problems and very reliable in sourcing good Factory and avoid normal Factory. All issues are dealt with swiftly and efficiently. Good Quality and Due time shipment and The price is competitive too.

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