Tokalon Clothing explains its expansion into Peru marks the company’s foray into the loungewear segment, tapping into the South American country’s rich textile heritage.

The company believes its US-based account management combined with deep-rooted sourcing offices in Colombia and now Peru offers a holistic solution to brands.

Tokalon Clothing says its approach is hands-on and exhaustive unlike many facilities in South America that promise a full-package but fall short. Exemplifying this commitment with their new in-house sample studio, the company wants to ensure that brands receive a “meticulously crafted” product from concept to completion.

“We’re not just adapting to the near-shoring trend; we’re shaping it,” asserts Lea Leopold, COO & founder of Tokalon Clothing. “Our comprehensive approach, from sourcing to product development and quality control, bridges gaps and sets new industry standards.”

Susana Gutierrez, director of the Tokalon Colombia Sourcing Office, adds: “Our team is embedded at the very heart of the production process. This presence translates to unparalleled quality, prompt timelines, and cost advantages. When brands partner with Tokalon, they aren’t just getting a vendor; they’re acquiring a dedicated ally.”

Tokalon Clothing further says beyond manufacturing, it is working on “demystifying” the complexities of South American sourcing with brands no longer needing to grapple with intricate details. The company will manage everything end-to-end from tech packs to machine tension settings.

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In September, Gherzi Textile Organization partner Robert P. Antoshak shared that since the pandemic fashion industry talk has moved from sustainability to the nearshoring market with some remarkable consequences.

Antoshak says: “There’s been a lot of buzz about sourcing closer to consuming markets, but it’s more than buzz. It’s real. The supply chain disruptions caused by the pandemic – whether realised in draconian lockdowns in China, port delays in Long Beach, or boom-bust consumer demand – the old model of business needed an overhaul.”