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Clothing sales & d
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Clothing sales & d
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Clothing sales & d

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  • 1. FY 2011FY 2007 FY 2011FY 2007 FY 2011FY 2007
  • 2. FY 2011FY 2007
  • 3. 2% 2% Readymade Garment 18% Cotton Textile4% 45% Man Made Textile 18% Handi-Craft Silk 25% Wool & Wollen Textile Othres
  • 4. • Fashion-oriented clothing companies like Liz Claiborne, Gap and The Limited Inc., generally design and/or market—but do not make—the branded products they order. They are “manufacturers without factories”, with the physical production of goods separated from the design and marketing.• India has approximately 30,000 ready-to-wear Garment manufacturing units, with a wide production range.• India produces more than 100 garment product categories and is increasingly considered as a major supplier of high quality fashion clothes.
  • 5. • The garments are manufactured as per the requirement of the foreign/domestic buyers.• The industry runs on three basic operations: – (1) cutting; – (2) stitching; and – (3) pressing/finishing• The typical process is a combined process of various general and/or specialized machines operated by manual or electronic devices.
  • 6. Garment Job Retail Textiles Companies Work Outlets Department stores Brand named Fabric Clothing Natural (weaving, Garment companies Yarn Specialty Fibers knitting, Contractor/(Cotton, Silk, (Spinning) Finishing) stores Wool) Sub Contractor - cutting; - Stitching Mail, Order, Overseas Others Buying officesSynthetic Fibers Synthetic Garment Petrochemical Discount(Oil, Natural fibers ProcessingGas, Plastic) chains - Washing Trading - Pressing companies - Packaging Distributor/ All Retail OutletsSupply Chain Management Frameworks
  • 7. • Soma Textiles & Indus Ltd• Bombay Rayon Fashions Ltd• Provogue (India)Ltd• Indo Rama Textiles Ltd
  • 8. Transportation• Manufacturer to DC = Manufacturer handles• DC to Store = DC handles• DC to Vendor (Reverse Logistics) = AFL• DC to DC = AFL• Internal transfers between Stores = AFL• Modes of Transportation = Tempos

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