Lowest Minimum Quantities For Women’s Footwear Production Just Announced By Shoe-Manufacturer.com At Only 200 Pair To Include 4 Colorways

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Shoe designers who need to have smaller quantities of shoes manufactured, along with footwear retailers and shoe wholesalers who want to create their own brands, can now order the lowest minimum quantities of traditional women’s designer footwear and men’s shoes from http://www.Shoe-Manufacturer.com. Production orders of as few as 200 pair of shoes in up to 4 colorways or basic styles may be possible for traditional shoe production, a great advantage for shoe designers, according to Winnie Peng, Senior Project Manager at Shoe-Manufacturer.com.

For many shoe designers, this will mean actual minimum quantities (MOQ’s) of just 50 pair per style, a huge advantage to designers for launching as many footwear styles as possible or for securing small trial orders from buyers at shoe trade shows.

For shoe designers and footwear retailers who want to have their own shoes produced, Shoe-Manufacturer.com is now offering the lowest minimum quantity shoes-per-production order of any known shoe factory.

“For shoe designers, shoe retailers or footwear wholesalers who want to manufacture their own brands, finding a shoe factory that is willing to produce small quantities per style is very important so they can produce several of their shoe designs within a limited budget,” says Winnie Peng (pronounced “Phung”), Senior Project Manager at Shoe-Manufacturer.com.

Peng continues:

“Most shoe designers want to test the market with their new designs for public reaction before ordering larger quantities to be produced but can not because so many footwear manufacturers require orders of several thousand pair per style.

“To assist our clients, for a limited time, Shoe-Manufacturer will try to accept orders as small as 200 pair per basic style to assist footwear designers and shoe retailers in reaching as many buyers with their available budgets.

“This involves higher costs for us in terms of administrative, sourcing, design team and production time-per-pair but we feel that it is important to our client shoe designers and footwear retailers with their own brands, to assist them in expanding their markets.

“These small orders can consist of 200 pair of traditional shoes (women’s high heels, flats, wedges, or men’s non-athletic shoes) in up to 4 different colorways.

“In some cases, it might also include up to 4 different uppers designs per 200 pair, as long as the exact heel, platform and last are used (or same wedge and last for wedge shoes).

“For many designers, this will mean actual quantities of just 50 pair per sketch, a huge advantage in launching as many footwear styles as possible or for securing small trial orders from buyers at shoe trade shoes and exhibitions.

“We at Shoe-Manufacturer.com are very proud to have helped launch so many new shoe designer’s and footwear retailers’ brands over the years and hope these lowest minimum quantities will be of great benefit to the professional shoe making community.”


Winnie Peng is Senior Project Manager for China Product Sourcing and Marketing Ltd. (CPSM), an expert in fashion manufacturing and previously Senior Inspector of Quality Control and Corporate Compliance for Best Seller of Hong Kong, supplier of Europe’s largest fashion retail group,Best Seller. CPSM is a leading producer of footwear for independent designers and footwear importers around the world, Shoe-Manufacturer.com.


Winnie Peng
Email: winnie(dot)chinaproduct(at)gmail(dot)com
Tel (USA) 1- 336-775-8615,    
Tel (China) 136-6233-4753
Skype: winniethepooh9    


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