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A UK textile company designing a range of tops for women to facilitate breastfeeding is looking for a manufacturer of reusable breast pads that could make the items for them under a manufacturing agreement to the company's specification. The company is based in South East England and has successfully developed and launched a specialist range of tee shirts and tops enabling women to breast feed discreetly and easily. The new product will launch once an agreement is in place.
The UK company designs a range of tops for women who are breastfeeding and is looking to outsource the production of reusable breast pads. The quantities would be 100-300 packs with six pads in each bag. The special design of the clothing is registered and protected, and was created and is manufactured to meet the needs of breastfeeding. The company, has since launch, expanded its range and is now looking to extend to other products specifically for women during this period of motherhood.
The ideal partner could be a manufacturer with an experience of the requirements of baby related products such as bibs and muslin cloths. Once an appropriate manufacturer has been found the company will proceed to market with the product.
Top layer: 100% fast wicking polyester
Middel layer: 75% Bamboo Viscose, 25% Polyester
Outer Layer: 100% Polyester with TPU laminate (Thermoplastic polyurethane)
Pullstring bag with woven label inserted into side (16cm x 17cm)
Composition: Fast wicking polyester
Elastic lengh: 58cm
Woven label: 3.5cm x 2cm
Colour: grey and white
Pullstring: plastic white
The UK company is looking for a manufacturing agreement with a textile company that could produce reusable breast pads according to their specifications.