Jack Victor Limited's evolution into an international men's fashion company commenced in 1913, the year the company was founded. To-day the enterprise remains a family-owned business with Herschel Victor, CEO, and Alan Victor, President, representing the second and third generations respectively.
Since its inception, the company has been inspired by the original values of Jack Victor - to excel at product quality and customer service, to provide fashion and superior value, and to maintain the highest standards of integrity.
Over 700 employees now work daily at the Montreal corporate office and manufacturing facility, where all Jack Victor clothing is produced. About 70% of the suits, sport coats, trousers and tuxedos made are exported to the United States, the United Kingdom, Puerto Rico and Central America.
The manufacturer of quality tailored clothing is a challenging endeavor. It begins with the development of the fashion direction for the season. At this early stage, proposed models and silhouettes are prepared and approved. The approximately 800 different fabrics that comprise the collection are also selected and co-ordinated with final styling. Scheduling production for customers' orders demands precise co-ordination. Fabric, lining and many other component parts must be delivered just-in-time from around the world to their Montreal factory. Once on site, there are almost 300 individual operations (cutting, pressing or sewing) that contribute to the final tailored suit. A dedicated workforce and careful production supervisors create a quality product.