Mid-April has arrived, what is the current situation for the modern workwear and clothing industry?

In the twinkling of an eye, April has arrived, and the smoke of gunpowder between the war situation between Russia and Ukraine has not yet dissipated, and the impact of the current COVID-19 has cast a layer of fog over the current market situation.

Under the COVID-19, textile and clothing domestic trade enterprises are suffering, and foreign trade export enterprises are also at a low ebb.

The impact mainly comes from COVID-19 prevention and control, logistics, transportation and supply chain, as well as the shutdown or restraint of the express industry.

Raw materials

The risk of cross-regional spread of the COVID-19 has also led to problems in the cross-regional mobility of logistics and transportation. the phenomena of "unable to get out" and "unable to enter" in the production areas and marketing areas of the textile industry chain occur frequently, which directly leads to the disorder in the middle and back of the industry chain.

The rising inventory of finished goods makes the enterprise's procurement plan shrink to the limit, and the liquidity of the whole industry chain is deadlocked.


At the same time, many textile trade centers have been temporarily closed, resulting in a continuous contraction in domestic textile market demand and a delayed recovery period.


Complete industrial chain and supply chain are the key, For the raw material, GREENLAND has taken effective steps to keep close track with our supply chain.

Strengthen the contact with factories and raw material factories during this special period to ensure normal supply of materials to minimize the impact on delivery time.

Meanwhile, for most commonly used fabric for workwear, we have kept necessary raw material and ready-made fabric in stock to fight against the uncertain factors.


Affected by the COVID-19, factories around the country have to stop production, with the operating rate has dropped sharply, and factories are facing the double pressure of fluctuations in raw materials, shortage and COVID-19.

However, with the further progress of the resumption of work and production and the improvement of the COVID-19 situation, it is expected that the operating rate of enterprises will continue to increase, and the output will gradually return to stability.

In response to the current complex environment, GREENLAND launched the special plan: Business Department and Production Department linkage, business-oriented, production department as the guarantee to ensure the strict control of garment quality.


1.The COVID-19 has forced factories to stop production, which will have an impact on the production and transportation of goods.

2.The obstacle of road transportation.

Due to road control, some highway junctions are closed and persuaded to return, which will lead to delays in road transport, and then affect the entry of goods into the port.

At the same time, the blocking of roads not only affects the supply of raw materials and parts, 

but also increases the impact on factory production.

In order to avoid isolation of drivers for transporting raw materials or foreign trade goods, GREENLAND sets up two-stage logistics. That is, to set up a temporary hub near the port or outside the factory, after the trucks from other places are unloaded, they will be transported back to the storage center by local trucks. No contact between the two sides can reduce the risk of drivers being quarantined, thus minimizing the impact on transport capacity.




At present, the economic situation at home and abroad is still grim and complex, it is more important to stick to responsibility under such circumstances.

With 18 years of experience, we strive to constantly provide our partners with professional and comprehensive safety protection solutions.

GREENLAND, your most reliable and sustainable modern workwear partner.

Post time: Apr-18-2022

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