Clothing Manufacturer and T-shirt Factory

  • All our factories are fully equipped to manufacture their speciality product to an exceptional standard.
  • We have the capacity, technical skill and infrastructure to maintain your critical path without compromise on quality.
  • We manage production from prototype to shipping and ensure stringent capacity planning for optimised use of all our production units.
  • With control of our production lines, we are able to rigorously plan and manage risk by reacting flexibly to your requirements and external circumstances.

We produce up to 2,500 units per week at our Lagos based factory. All production is meticulously monitored from Sampling to Production, by our dedicated team. Once you have approved the sample, or provided your own, and your patterns have been graded to meet all sizing requirements, our team will set to work on cutting, making and trimming your creation using only the finest materials and best machinery for your needs.


We love making multiples!   Our industry-vertern sewers and cutters + our vast array of machinery has us well equipped to produce most sewn products. Our cutting room has two 15 foot long cutting tables.  We can spread, layer and cut your fabric with a electric blade or custom cut with hand scissors.  Our tidy sewing room is filled with natural light and spacious working surfaces.  Quality and attention to detail is our competitive edge. We also offer low minimums.


Gilogilala is among the top cut and sew manufacturers in Lagos Nigeria

We utilize the latest in equipment and technologies in en effort to meet time sensitive projects with the highest quality.  As an apparel cut and sew manufacturer (also referred to as a CMT service provider), we do not source any fabric or trim but we stand ready to assist you in identifying local vendors and suppliers. Our total services also includes finishing services including sewing all garment labels, affixing hang-tags, and final packaging (in ready to ship condition to retail outlets or to end consumers).  As a boutique garment factory, Gilogilala has the internal resources and capabilities to help launch new brands and collections, while meeting mission critical deadlines.



Once we understand what you need to bring your vision to life, we will provide a quotation, outlining the best solution to create your design, within 24 hours of speaking to you.


Sampling is a very important step in the process. Often several rounds of sampling are required before the pattern is approved, at this stage we move to grading. We strongly recommend that a sample size set is then produced to approve grading.
Once the sample has been approved and signed off, a grading specification sheet can be produced. The measurements from your master pattern are increased or decreased to UK Sizing Standards to provide a set of measurements for the different sizes you will be offering in your collection. The pattern cutter will use this sheet to create the grades for each of the sizes required.



We are very adept at making patterns for products ranging from three dimensional objects to handbags to apparel.  Pattern making is the blue print to building any great design. We can also work with one of our partners to have pattern digitized and graded.  We thrive on puzzles.


Our product development team possesses the attention to detail and follow-through needed to fulfill your company’s needs. With our experience and industry knowledge, we are able to offer the following:

  • Providing design expertise to help you make superior products
  • Creating patterns and samples in-house
  • Researching the supply chain and assisting with sourcing vendors to reduce costs and improve customer service
  • Negotiating price and ensuring quality and delivery with outside vendors
  • Monitoring production schedules and quality standards in the raw material and finished goods warehouses
  • Monitoring fabric and trim yields and controlling excess trim and fabric at the cutting and sewing factories
  • Recommending cost-reducing steps across entire production cycle