Textile and Garments Abbreviation

Important Textile and Garments Abbreviation

Those people are involved with textile and garment sector must need to know several things related with this sector, because knowledge make the works easier to understand. You may find there is a common practice of using abbreviation in different situation by the professional when they communicate both in formal and informal communication. So as a student of textile, textile engineers or any other professionals engaged with textile and garments sectors or want to be involve with this sector are required to have idea of most important abbreviation related with textile and garments.

textile and garments abbreviation

Here I am trying to share commonly used abbreviation I found in apparel sector

  • AAMA-American Apparels Manufacturing Association
  • AAQC-American Apparels Quality control
  • AAMC-American Apparel Manufacturing Corporation
  • AQL-Acceptable Quality Level
  • ASQ- American Society for Quality
  • BGMEA-Bangladesh Garments Manufacture’s and Exporter’s Association
  • BKMEA-Bangladesh Knitwear Manufacture’s and Exporter’s Association
  • BTMC-Bangladesh Textile Mills Corporation
  • BTMA-Bangladesh Textile Mills Association
  • BJMC-Bangladesh Jute Mills corporation
  • BJMA-Bangladesh Jute Mills Association
  • BJEC-Bangladesh Jute Export Corporation
  • BJCP-Bangladesh Jute Cultivation Program
  • BATEXPO-Bangladesh Textile Exposition
  • BS- Bill of Sale
  • BS- British Standard
  • BL-Bill of Lading
  • CRD-Cargo Receive Date
  • COD-Cash on Delivery
  • CAD-Computer Aided Design
  • CAM-Computer Aided Manufacturing
  • CAP-Corrective Action Plan
  • CMT-Cost of Making with Trimmings
  • CM-Cost of Making/Cut and Make
  • CTL- Consumer Testing Laboratories
  • CnF-Cost and Freight
  • CIF-Cost Insurance and Freight
  • CBM-Cubic Meter
  • CBA-Collective Bargaining Agent
  • CF-Cubic Feet
  • CI-Commercial Invoice
  • CFI-Center Front Line
  • CT-Cycle Time
  • CBI-Center Back Line
  • CPSIA- Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act
  • CWO- Cash With Order
  • D65-Artificial Day light
  • EPB-Export Promotion Bureau
  • EMB- Embroidery
  • EPZ-Export Processing Zone
  • ERP- Enterprise Resource Planning
  • FBCCI- Federation of Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industries
  • FIFO- First in First Out
  • FQA-Final Quality Audit
  • FOB-Free on Board/Freight on Board
  • FOA-Free on Air
  • FDI-Foreign Direct Investment
  • FTC-Federal Trade Commission
  • GSP-Generalized System of Preference
  • GAT-General Agreement on Tariff and Trade
  • GDP-Gross Domestic product
  • GM-General Manager
  • GNP-Gross National Product
  • GMT-Garments
  • GW- Gross Weight
  • ICB- Investment Corporation of Bangladesh
  • ICC- International Chamber of Commerce
  • ILO-International Labor Organization
  • IPC- In-Process Check
  • IE-Industrial engineering
  • IMS-Industrial Management System/Service
  • ISO-International Organization for Standardization
  • KPI – Key Performance Indicator
  • L/C-Letter of Credit
  • LCA- Letter of Credit Authorization
  • LDC-Least Developed Country
  • LIFO- Last in First Out
  • MIS- Management Information System
  • MMT-Measurement
  • MP- Man Power
  • MTD- Month to Date
  • NPT-Non Productive Time
  • NSA-No Seam Allowance
  • NGC-New Generation Computing
  • OQL- Outgoing Quality Level
  • OZ- Ounces
  • PI – Proforma Invoice
  • PP-Pre Production
  • PO-Production Order/Purchase Order
  • PSI- Pre-shipment Inspection
  • PM-Production Manager
  • PS-Production Sample
  • PDM-Production Development Manual
  • QA-Quality Assurance
  • QC-Quality Control
  • QIP- Quality Improvement Plan
  • QMS- Quality Management System
  • RMG-Ready Made Garments
  • RFT-Right First Time
  • RSL- Restricted Substances List
  • SQL-Submitted Quality Level
  • SMV-Standard Minute Value
  • SAM-Standard Allowed Minute
  • SKU- Stock Keeping Unit
  • SOP-Standard Operating Procedure
  • SPI- Stitch Per Inch
  • SRL- Sensory and Consumer Research
  • TAP-Total Acceptable Product
  • TRL- Technology Readiness Level
  • UPC-Universal Product Code
  • VPR-Vendor performance Record
  • WTO-World Trade Organization
  • WH-Working Hour
  • WAS-Weekly Audit Schedule
  • XL- Extra Large
  • YTD- Year to Date
  • YY- Yielder Per Yard

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Classification of Textile Fibre

What is the Classification of textile fibre?

Textile Fibre:

A textile fibre is anything that is that raw material of yarn.To be useful in textile fibre must have some properties such as strength, length, elasticity, absorbency.

Fibre can be collected or created from different natural sources such as animal hair, insect cocoons as with silk worm and as well as semi-synthetic methods. The textile industry required several types of fibre according to their objectives. Various types of fibre found around the world collected from diversified sources such as byssus fibre, chiengora, qiviut, yak, rabbit, wool, lambswool, cashmere wool, mohair wool, camel hair, angora wool, lima wool, silk, coir, cotton, jute, bamboo, hemp, modal, sisal, ramie, lurex, acrylic etc.

classification of textile fibre

Flax Fibre

Classification of textile fibre:
There are generally two types of textile fibre:

  1. Natural fibre
  2. Synthetic/Manmade fibre

Natural fibre:

Natural fibre is that types of fibre which is produced naturally.Those produced from plants,animals and geological origin.

Natural fibre can be classified according to their origin as follows:

According vegetable origin:

  • Cotton
  • Jute
  • Linen/Flex
  • Hemp
  • Ramie
  • Sisal
  • Coir
  • Pine

According to Animal Origin:

  • Wool
  • Silk
  • Hair

According to Mineral Origin:

  • Asbestos
Synthetic/Manmade Fibre:

Synthetic fibres are produced by the polymerization of various monomers. It is made by the man for this reason, it is so called.

 Classification of manmade fibre:

Cellulosic:-

  • Rayon
  • Acetate
  • Triacetate

Non-cellulosic:

  • Nylon
  • Aramide
  • Polyester
  • Acrylic
  • Modacrylic
  • Spandex
  • Olefin
  • Vinyon

Protein:

  • Azlon

Rubber:

  • Rubber

Metallic:

  • Metal

Mineral:

  • Glass,Ceramic,Graphite

 

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