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Assembly Line Balancing: An effective tool for improving Productivity

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Because of increasing competition in apparel products in the global market, it is very important for apparel manufacturing industries to maintain the demand and deadline of shipments. In most of the assembly lines in the apparel industries, work-ers are not placed based on their skill which reduces produc-tivity and deteriorates deadline of shipments with increasing costs. This work is carried out for the purpose of analysis and development a frame work for improving productivity Read more…

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Posted by Ataul Islam - November 1, 2013 at 9:29 am

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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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Effects of Line Balancing in Garment Industry

Line Balancing:

Line balancing means balancing production line or an assembly line. It  is done so that there is an even flow of production units from one work station to the next.  It is the allocation of sewing machine, according to style and design of the garments. It depends on what types of garments we have to produce. It is done to increasing productivity. Read more…

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Posted by Ataul Islam - September 25, 2013 at 4:47 pm

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