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Clothing sales & d

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Clothing sales & d

  1. 1. FY 2011FY 2007 FY 2011FY 2007 FY 2011FY 2007
  2. 2. FY 2011FY 2007
  3. 3. 2% 2% Readymade Garment 18% Cotton Textile4% 45% Man Made Textile 18% Handi-Craft Silk 25% Wool & Wollen Textile Othres
  4. 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. 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. 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. 7. • Soma Textiles & Indus Ltd• Bombay Rayon Fashions Ltd• Provogue (India)Ltd• Indo Rama Textiles Ltd
  8. 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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