Customized Hangers

Sunday, July 6, 2014

Wooden Brand Hangers


Guilin Achino Co., ltd is experienced in serving many types of clients and can bring satisfaction for them. Within 12 years, We can bring you a creative and effective way for developing hangers that will give a brilliant and distintive touch for your clothing brand.

Guilin Achino (or has outstanding know-how manufacturing high quality hangersand will be a pleasure assisting you for selects:

  • Wood and Raw Materials
  • Packing and Individual/Set Labels
  • Metal Hooks and Hanger Accessories
  • Kind of Logo
  • Finishing and Colors

You as Boutique or Department Store or Fashion Design Company owner well knew how important is a provocative brand's image and be totally different from your competitors. Thus it makes and develops a customer’s loyalty.

Our deeply desire is give you a multi faceted offer to your brand. You can use models from our wide assorted and ask us customize the hangers using your brand's specifications or as well ask us produce a Unique Clothes Hangerfollowing strictly your brand's design and specifications.

Below some examples of our recent customized orders (the logos and brands are property of their respective owners and are displayed just as reference)

Adolfo DominguezThe origins of the Adolfo Domínguez Group go back to the 1950s and the tailor's shop set up by Adolfo Domínguez's father in the Spanish city of Ourense.
Twenty years later, in 1973, Adolfo Domínguez began his trading activity with the opening of his first store, also in Ourense. In 1976 he set up a family business with his sons named Adolfo Domínguez e Hijos, S.L., which initially focused on the production of tailored suits.

Calvin KleinCalvin Richard Klein (born November 19, 1942) is an Hungarian-American fashion designer. In 1968, he launched the company that would later become Calvin Klein Inc.
In addition to clothing, Calvin Klein also gave his name to a range of perfumes, including CK One and CK Be (fragrances for both sexes), now owned by Coty Inc. Swatch Group manufactures watches and jewelry under the Calvin Klein and Calvin Klein Jeans brands.

Cutter & BuckCutter & Buck is a manufacturer of upscale apparel for golf and other sports. Founded in 1990, the company went public in 1995 and was sold to New Wave Group AB, a Swedish-based corporation, on 4/13/07.
The company sells its products primarily in the golf and corporate apparel markets in over twenty-five countries around the world, and has been recognized for its sponsorship of Swedish golfer Annika Sorenstam.
It also sells into the collegiate apparel market and in 2005, commenced a consumer-direct catalogue and e-commerce site. In the mid-nineties, Cutter & Buck became a founding member of the SA 8000 Social Accountability Platform, which holds its members to a code of conduct in outsourced manufacturing and domestic operations.

Damir DomaAfter working with Raf Simons and Dirk Schönberger, Croatia born Damir Doma formed his eponymous label in 2006, focusing initially on menswear.
Doma's aesthetic has clear Belgian influences--it's dark and thoughtful, with soft tailoring and moody silhouettes. The use of just the right fabrics are also a focus in Doma's collection.

Driza BoneDriza-Bone, originating from the phrase "dry as a bone", is a trade name for the company making full-length waterproof riding coats and apparel.
The company was established in 1898 and is currently Australian owned and manufactures its products in Australia. The trademark of Driza-Bone was first registered in 1933.

IcebreakerIcebreaker is a clothing designer and manufacturer based in Wellington, New Zealand.
It was founded in 1995 by Jeremy Moon, and now supplies its clothing to 1500 stores over 22 countries.
The company specializes in the production of merino thermals.

LacosteAfter he retired from tennis, René Lacoste founded La Chemise Lacoste in 1933 with André Gillier, the owner and President of the largest French knitwear manufacturing firm at the time.
Lacoste is an apparel company that sells high-end clothing, footwear, perfume, leather goods, watches, eyewear, and most famously, tennis shirts.
The company can be recognized by its green crocodile logo.

Purely MerinoPurely Merino is a concept within the Purely Groupwhich has operated retail outlets for the past twenty-five years, with its primary focus on Airport Retailing throughout Australia.
The Purely Merino stores were developed as a specialized retailer of Merino Wool Products. Their collection has been designed to show case the vast range of wool and sheepskin associated products.

Retail Ltd. is a high end retailer in United Kingdom focused on exquisite women clothing.
They have a successful business following the trends and offering great fashion advice in a glamorous service environment.

Tuc TucSpanish fashion house TUC TUC has been designing, producing and distributing children’s wear and products since 1994, when it was created in Logroño, and has always aspired to be a leader in its field.
For the design team, headed by Marisa Sotés, innovation is the watchword. The collections are made from a wide variety of fabrics, always to the highest possible standard of quality and design. The Teddy bear motif has become something of a mascot, and features regularly on its products.

ValenzaValenza Kids Collection is a clothing brand owned by a Turkish company (Div. Bestmode Tekstil Ltd. Sti.) totally focused on Kids Clothing.
They have a successful business following the last trends and designing the Clothes thinking in the totally Kids comfort.

WestinWestin Hotels & Resorts:In 1930, hotel owners Severt W. Thurston and Frank Dupar, both of Yakima, Washington USA, formed a partnership in order to manage their hotels more efficiently.
Together with Peter and Adolph Schmidt they formed Western Hotels, with seventeen properties, all but one in the state of Washington.
Early management developed each property individually. After more than two decades of rapid growth, prompting a name change in 1954 to Western International Hotels, many of its properties were merged into a single corporate structure in 1958, and the company went public in 1963. For its 50th anniversary in 1980, it changed its name again to the current Westin Hotels & Resorts.

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