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Supply Chain in Apparel Sector

Supply Chain Management:
Supply Chain Management is the integration of key business processes from end user to original suppliers that provides products, services, and information that add value for customers and other stakeholders.

The Apparel Supply Chain:
The Apparel Supply Chain comprises diverse raw material sectors, ginning facilities, spinning and extrusion processes, processing sector, weaving and knitting factories and garment (and other Read more…

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Posted by Ataul Islam - November 11, 2013 at 1:03 pm

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Quality Control Aspects of Garment Exports

Quality Control Aspects of Garment Exports:

Quality is ultimately a question of customer satisfaction. Good Quality increases the value of a product or service, establishes brand name, and builds up good reputation for the garment exporter, which in turn results into consumer satisfaction, high sales and foreign exchange for the country. The perceived quality of a garment is the result of a number of aspects, which together help achieve the desired level of satisfaction for the customer. Therefore quality control in terms of garment, pre-sales service, posts -sales service, delivery, pricing, etc are essentials for any garment exporter. Read more…

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Posted by Ataul Islam - October 12, 2013 at 4:32 pm

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Process Flowchart of Polo Shirt Manufacturing

Process Flowchart of Polo Shirt
Polo shirts for men have become the perfect style statement these days apart from sporting wear as well as casual wear. These means polo shirts are available in different colors, designs and styles. Polo shirts are the clothes of modern era which are generally used for wearing in sporting events, but they have also become the good style statements for the people. These shirts are designed for men, women as well as children, and a number of designs of the aforesaid shirts are available in today’s market. This is a kind of Production process of knit garments polo shirt. Read more…

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Posted by Ataul Islam - October 10, 2013 at 3:17 pm

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Machine Requirement for Garment Assembly Line

Garment Assembly Line:
In garment production, until garment components are gathered into a finished garment, they are assembled through a sub-assembly process. The production process includes a set of workstations, at each of which a specific task is carried out in a restricted sequence, with hundreds of employees and thousands of bundles of sub-assemblies producing different styles simultaneously.

Follow the following steps to estimate how many machines and what types of machines you need to make your garment in an assembly line. The primary information you need to calculate number of machines are – Read more…

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Posted by Ataul Islam - October 7, 2013 at 5:37 pm

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How to Increase Productivity in Apparel Production

Productivity

The definition of Productivity is given as “OUTPUT” compared to “INPUT”. In the case of a garment manufacturing factory, “output” can be taken as the number of products manufactured, whilst “input” is the people, machinery and factory resources required to create those products within a given time frame. The key to cost effective improvements in output –in “productivity” –is to ensure that the relationship between input and output is properly balanced. For example, there is little to be gained from an increase in output if it comes only as a result of a major increase in input. Indeed, in an ideal situation, “input” should be controlled and minimized whilst “output” is maximized. Read more…

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Posted by Ataul Islam - October 1, 2013 at 5:05 pm

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