Made at the Same Factory As...
The clothing company Everlane has a world map of the factories [https://www.everlane.com/factories] on their website. That level of transparency is commendable. I've noticed a recent trend, particularly among bag and luggage companies, of a pseudo-transparency noting not which factories they work with, but their factories other
Flying from San Francisco to Hong Kong costs me a day that I only get back on the return trip. My 14-hour flight left at noon on Saturday and landed at 7pm on Sunday. When Patrick's flight arrived an hour later, we booked our Sky Limo across the border into
Manufacturing in China: Further Reading
Whenever I write about China, people eat it up. Most are curious and appreciate the transparency into Tortuga’s manufacturing process [http://blog.tortugabackpacks.com/made-in-china/]. A few have negative, knee-jerk reactions. Invariably, the post generates more questions about China from potential customers and aspiring entrepreneurs. I will continue to