Enhanced Production Facility for Alan David Custom

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New York City based custom suit maker Alan David Custom shares news about a Long Island City, N.Y. factory that was recently purchased to enhance creation of the company's handmade suits.

Owning our factory makes it possible for us to better control costs, maintain our competitive prices and to use the finest custom tailoring techniques to ensure the best fit and highest quality of suit of clothing for every client we serve.

New York City's premier maker of custom made suits, Alan David Custom, has purchased a factory in Long Island City, N.Y. that now produces all of the handmade suits from the company. With over 15,000 square feet in the new workshop, Alan David Custom now has a local workshop that will greatly enhance the client experience. With a posh midtown Manhattan location, the new factory means that exceptional attention can be offered to every client that walks through the door and can be paid to each garment produced.

Before purchasing this new factory, the suits made by Alan David Custom were created in Canada and while that location sufficed for a time, having a much closer production facility has offered the company some distinct advantages for the manufacturing process and improving suit creation for clients. One of the biggest changes to Alan David Custom's ability to offer a true custom fit has been the opportunity to use basted fittings, which means that a suit can be sewn together with temporary stitching and then modified as needed during the creation process. Without a close factory location, these additional tailoring options wouldn't be available.

"No tailored clothing that we create at Alan David Custom is ever outsourced. Now, everything is made in our New York City facilities," said the owner of Alan David Custom, Alan Horowitz. "Owning our factory makes it possible for us to better control costs, maintain our competitive prices and to use the finest custom tailoring techniques to ensure the best fit and highest quality of suit of clothing for every client we serve."

The finest hand-tailored clothing has always been a primary focus for Alan David Custom. There are no ready-to-wear or made-to-measure suits made by the company. It is only after a unique and individual pattern is drafted for each client that the creation process can begin. "Owning our factory makes it possible for us to better control costs, maintain our competitive prices and to use the finest custom tailoring techniques to ensure the best fit and highest quality suit of clothing for every client we serve."

As the owner of this family business, Mr. Horowitz continues an apparel tradition that began in 1926 with his grandfather, Moe Ginsburg, who was a well-known and beloved part of the retail apparel industry in the New York City area. While he was home from school on breaks, Mr. Horowitz worked in his grandfather's stores and during those years he learned everything possible about the clothing industry. After spending some time in the accounting industry, Alan made his way back to his family's clothing business in 1992 and became a permanent part of the company. Over the decades, Alan David Custom has maintained a healthy reputation for offering high quality and hand-tailored suits for men. The purchase of a new, local facility in LIC is an extension of that commitment to offering each client the best value in custom made men's clothing.

About Alan David Custom: A leading provider of high quality custom made suits in New York City, Alan David Custom continues a fine tradition of offering only the best in hand-tailored clothing with a history dating back to 1926. Four generations of family have spent years honing the craft of custom suits and expert tailoring methods. Alan David Custom focuses on providing the best custom made suits, overcoats, trousers, shirts, ties, formalwear, custom suits for women, custom suits for boys, and theater and movie wardrobes.

For more information on Alan David Custom visit their website at http://www.alandavidnyc.com or call 212-227-4040.

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