This process involves the factory providing all components themselves, including patterns, fabrics, printing, and in-house manufacture so therefore giving an all-inclusive price per unit. They do not necessarily produce the fabrics etc on site however they will source these for you. This method is suitable for large scale production where there tends to be an MOQ of 1000 pieces. Alternatively, this route is fairly common for companies producing specialist products such as sports teamwear where the factory stock suitable fabrics and trims. A garment itself can also be referred to as fully factored, such as knitwear, where the whole garment is knitted in one piece and therefore eliminates any seams where panels would require being sewn together. All fabric is often supplied by the knitwear factory as they prefer to use their own suppliers of yarn.