OEM productionWHAT

We work alongside our customers to resolve commercialization issues together.
As needlework professionals, we will do our best to respond to any request.

From very small production lots to mass production

Marutomi responds by changing the production base depending on the project, its size and delivery times.
There is no need for you to change the manufacturer depending on the lot, leave everything to us!

We can also make proposals from plans and design drawings.

Please feel free to contact Marutomi for PB planning and MD who are having trouble thinking of their seasonal plans and design proposals.
We also propose designs to meet requests based on materials, budgets, delivery dates, functions, etc., and also propose specification and sample creation.

Materials other
than leather also available.

In addition to leather, we also manufacture leather accessories made mainly of nylon and canvas fabrics, as well as all-nylon men’s bags, etc. It is also possible to collect materials from Italy, South Korea, China, etc. and produce them overseas. Please feel free to contact us regarding this.

Our Bangladesh factory has acquired
LWG certification.

Production using LWG leather is possible at all Marutomi Group bases.

OEM, original item examples

  • Various
    men’s and ladies bags
  • Sports bags
  • Golf goods (covers, etc.)
  • Hand bags
  • Business bags
  • Various fashion bags
  • Various
    apparel accessories
  • Pouches and pencil cases

Other various leather goods

While we mainly handle leather products, we can also propose and produce items using a wide range of materials such as nylon, canvas fabrics, and synthetic leather (PU / PVC leather).
We support a wide range of products, from soft silhouette products for ladies to formal products such as men’s business goods. We cover almost all kinds of apparel accessories such as bags and wallets, etc., so please do not hesitate to contact us to inquire about the production of items that are not included in the lists above.

Artisanship × IT shortens the process.
Smooth collaboration with no time lag. CAD data used for precision.

Sharing pattern data produced in Japan.
No time lag waiting for directions overseas.

Japanese staff use 2D CAD to create a flat pattern to customers’ request. We can share precise plan data with our overseas bases quickly and accurately.
Communication is quick, and directions can be taken directly, so you can get your corrected samples fast!

With a customizable cutting machine, fabric can be cut quickly and accurately!

We have introduced a cutting machine that works with CAD patterns, so the machine can cut directly and quickly exactly as per the pattern.
Depending on the situation, we use a “plotter” that can cut and print, and a “knife-cut cutter” that can deal with delicate shapes. This not only saves time, but is also suitable for producing very small lots and cutting fabrics for products with delicate designs.

“Grading”, such as changes to the size of the standard design, or minor
seasonal changes, is made easy.

Using CAD, pattern revisions such as expansion of sizes from the standard product, or minor changes for each season, now take 1/10th of the process as compared to before.
Because patterns can be stored and managed as data, as compared to manual pattern production, it is exponentially faster to create patterns for different sizes of the same design, and to produce samples.

Instant sharing of data means all changes can be made quickly without sacrificing quality!

What if you want to move the production base due to issues with production lots, fabrics, unit prices, etc.? It’s possible to easily change the production base in a short time by sharing pattern data and other information if it is within the Marutomi network.
Unlike when it was manual work, there is no need to recreate patterns from scratch, and quality standards are retained.

How does Marutomi balance handmade artisanship and digitalization of production sites?

In today’s world where speedy manufacturing is expected, desire for handmade work by artisans is decreasing.
However, it is also true that the starting point of manufacturing is always analog.
We hold on to the heritage of artisanry by converting patterns made by artisans into CAD.
In addition, when producing small lots, we also produce by hand, passing on skills to the next generation, in an effort to ensure the coexistence of technology and artisanry.