Visual Management System in Apparel Industry

Visual Management System in Apparel Industry Visual management is a part of lean manufacturing; an effective and standard method to communicate with every level of a factory with necessary information, a concept is to understand everything when a person visits manufacturing floor by visual data display system also include an… Continue reading

What is WIP, WIP Calculation, Reducing, Reporting in Garments Manufacturing

What is WIP, WIP Calculation, Reducing, Reporting in Garments Manufacturing What is WIP? What does WIP mean in Apparel Industry? WIP means Work In-progress or In-process, an inventory system in the Garments manufacturing process in cutting, sewing and finishing but not for raw materials warehouse or finished goods warehouse. WIP… Continue reading

Kanban Board in Garments Manufacturing Production Floor

Kanban Board in Garments Manufacturing Production Floor What is Kanban? Kanban is a visual card or billboard; Japanese word which meaning Cards or board, a tool of lean manufacturing for visualization entire production teamwork to control production focusing on creating a production system more effective and efficient, focusing mainly in… Continue reading

14 Importance of Learning Finance

14 Importance of Learning Finance You know finance is not only receiving money from different sources but also proper utilization of money or financial resources. Here utilization means investing money in accordance with risk-taking behavior where the return is maximum. The main objective of financing is to ensure the right… Continue reading

Property Manager Job Description

Job Description of Property Manager Property Manager: Property, plant and equipment’s all are considered as an asset because of its long-term benefit whereas a manager is any person who is responsible for managing the property (assets/resources) of an individual or organization. As a property manager, he/she is responsible for many… Continue reading

Fabrics Warehouse and Cutting Section Best Practices in Apparel Industry

Fabrics warehouse and Cutting Section Best Practices in Apparel Industry Garments best practice in Fabrics area and Cutting section: A best practice is a methodology, technique or system that has been accepted as superior to any alternatives because it produces best results that because it has become a standard way of… Continue reading

Operation breakdown, SMV and Layout of Leggings

Operation Breakdown, SMV and Layout of Leggings Leggings are tight fit bottom wear, typically preferred by the women but men can wear. Legging is high stretchable knitwear garments, wears with Kurti, very much comfortable, made by blended Lycra fabrics (Spandex). Leggings total sewing SMV is 4.64, 15 manpower needed approximately and… Continue reading

Reports and Responsibilities of Garments Quality Department

Reports and Responsibilities of Garments Quality Department Quality Reporting Responsibilities in the Apparel Industry: Garments quality controlling work throughout a garments factory, very sensitive work to maintain export garments quality.  Reporting is the first job of Garments quality department rather than working; need to maintain lots of documents as their working… Continue reading

Quality Flow Chart, Layout and Organogram of Garments

Quality Flow Chart, Layout and Organogram of Garments This content will give you an overall idea of garments quality controlling flow chart, Quality control layout and Quality management Organogram for Quality management system in the apparel industry. Hopefully, these would add value to your knowledge of Quality Flow Chart, Layout and Organogram… Continue reading

Garments Quality Check Points and Their Quality Control

Garments Quality Check Points and Their Quality Control Garments QC/QA Check Points: There are four sections of garments quality controlling process, these can generate defects in manufacturing, sections are cutting, sewing, washing and finishing, and must be there some criteria check QC team for garments product quality. This article clearly showing… Continue reading