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About us

                Festoon International Perinthalmanna took its first step in 1995, with a plant area of 5000 square feet; the factory houses 100 imported sewing machines and employs more than 90 workers. Its monthly turnover varies from 20 thousand to 25 thousand pieces depending on the style of the garment. Festoon International began its journey in manufacturing of men’s inner wear, with a small but significant project to supply premium quality for the common man.

Festoon International offers customers end–to-end both formal and casual clothing solutions,including stitching, designing, pattern mapping, problem identification, quality measurement etc. At Festoon International, service means the ability to recognize, anticipate and concentrate on the specific needs of our customers.

We have made festoon intenational unique in its culture and outstanding in its product quality and delivery. the company philosophy from the begining has to offer the above said quality in product area and the best customer service available

Our Vision

Our vision is to provide the most popular and comprehensive brand in inners & casuals, and to provide appropriate and cost-efficient garments for the benefit of our customers and to manufacture products comparable to international standards.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide an attractive range of inners & casuals. We will achieve this by optimum use of technology, labor and other resources.To provide Quality and customer satisfaction, To attain highest level of honesty.Launch a premium brand by 2017.

Our Quality Standards

Quality means customer needs is to be satisfied. Failure to maintain an adequate quality standard can therefore be unsuccessful. But maintaining an adequate standard of quality also costs effort. From the first investigation to find out what the potential customer for a new product really wants, through the processes of design, specification, controlled manufacture and sale.

There are a number of factors on which quality fitness of garment industry is based such as performance, reliability, durability, visual and perceived quality of the garment.Quality needs to be defined in terms of a perticular framework of cost.

Quality Control

Quality is of prime importance in any aspect of business. Customers demand and expect value for money. As producers of apparel there must be a constantendeavor to produce work of good quality.

"The systems required for programming and coordinating the efforts of the various groups in an organization to maintain the requisite quality". As such Quality Control is seen as the agent of Quality Assurance or Total Quality Control.

In the garment industry quality control is practiced right from the initial stage of sourcing raw materials to the stage of final finished garment. For textile and apparel industry product quality is calculated in terms of quality and standard of fibers, yarns, fabric construction, color fastness, surface designs and the final finished garment products. However, quality expectations for export are related to the type of customer segments and the retail outlets


The Garment market currently has a growth rate of 10 percent. What makes this market segment attractive however, is the current low brand penetration rate of 8 percent in this market, which creates a huge potential for branding in kids wear. The above trends indicate the huge potential of the kids wear market in terms of both branding and specialty retailing. However, the key success factors for both new brand and retail entrants will be product differentiation and retail experience.

Savvy marketing and interactive promotions with kids, in addition to the product and retail offer shall be the key to success in this category. Apparel, by its very nature, thrives on variety and more so in the case of kids. Besides kids have a natural tendency to outgrow their clothes very fast, necessitating change, which in this case implies new offerings. This raises two issues, one of range and second of pricing: a combination of the two thus determining the future of the brand. In a market that is dominated by the unorganized sector.