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Just In Time

In order to compete effectively, companies must be capable of manufacturing high-quality products at a low cost and also provide a first class customer services. In addition, they must have the flexibility to cope with short product life cycles, demands for greater product variety from more discriminating customers and increasing international…
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The Bullwhip Effect

Do you face growing level of inventory, especially when you move upwards in the supply chain? Is your supply chain characterized by problems like lack of communication, disorganization, delay in order decisions and demand and supply gaps? You might be facing the dreaded bullwhip effect. CONCEPT: This irregularity or variance in the size of the…
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Garment Defects

In our defects blog series, we have so far covered the defects occurring in knitted and woven fabrics and also in embroidery. Now, we are going to take up the defects that occur in our final garments, and how can we control or correct them. Garment defects can be caused due to the use of defective fabric, workmanship defects, and handling defects,…
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Defects In Woven Fabric

After the knit defects post, we will talk about the defects found in woven fabrics. Defects found in fabric ruin the aesthetic appeal and quality of the final garment, making it really important to identify and take corrective measures at the right time. Defects in woven fabric can be a result of yarn imperfections, incorrect weaving process or…
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Classify The Fault: Defects In Knit Fabric

Defects spoil the aesthetics of the fabric and hence causes a gigantic quality issue. In this series of articles, we are going to discuss various defects that can occur in knit and woven fabrics, the embroidery defects encountered and also the dyeing and printing ones. Defects in knits are caused due to the faulty raw material, faulty knitting…
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How Much Money Is Stuck In Your Factory?

In the book, The Goal, Alex and his team narrowed down on three basic measures they thought would tell them how their factory was performing. • How much money is going in your factory? • How much money is stuck in your factory? • How much money is flowing out of your factory? In technical terms, the money going in the factory is operational expense…
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