Summer project(export house) by dimpu vivek,nift/secret

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Summer project(export house) by dimpu vivek,nift/secret

  1. 1. SUMMER PROJECTVisit to An Export House “Richa & Co.” Submitted by : Dimpu Vivek DFT-III NIFT
  2. 2. Company profileCompany Name: Richa & CompanyEstablished in: 1977MD : Vinay UppalAddress: 239,Udyog Vihar, phase 1,GurgaonWork force: More than 15,000Capacity: 4,50,000 to 5,00,000 p/mAnnual turnover: US $ 130 Million (group turnover)Main production: Men, Women and kids wear
  3. 3. Mission and Vision To extend its spheres in garment industry To capture the Leadership positions in all areasof its operationsThe vision of the Company is to become aleading manufacturer and exporter of apparel bycontinuously excelling in quality, service, andcustomer satisfaction using the besttechnology, processes and people
  4. 4. EXPORT ? Export in simple words means selling goods abroad or outflow of goods and services and inflow of foreign exchange. Each country has its own rules and regulations regarding the foreign trade. The documentation procedure depends on the type of goods, process of manufacturing, type of industry and the country to which goods is to be exported.
  5. 5. Export Performance•Marked its Presence in Over 15 Countriesincluding USA, UK and Canada• Awarded International Supplier of the Yearfor 2006 by Wal-Mart
  6. 6. Export Performance
  7. 7. Company WorkflowInteraction with the buyer Costing and negotiations Sample and pre productionapproval On approval, purchase order made by purchase department Sample tested by testing lab On approval, bulk material received Inspection and testing of raw material Production planning Issue of Material to store according to plan Issue to cutting department
  8. 8. Contd… Cutting Procedure Issue for special processes like washing and embroidery Issue to production department Production Procedure Issue to finishing department packing Dispatch Order Completion formalities
  9. 9. Department structure Fabric Store Purchase Dept. Sampling Dept. Cutting Dept. Trims & accessory store Merchandising Dept. Production Dept. CAD Dept. Finishing Dept. Packing Dept. Washing Dept. Shipping Dept.
  10. 10. Workflow of the Merchandising Department
  11. 11. Sampling Sampling is the Product development stage The sample section operators are highly skilled and are capable of tailoring a complete garment. On receipt of the tech pack, the basic patterns are made by the pattern master. The sample size set is made, examined completely by the merchandising team Forwarded to the buyer for their comments. If he is satisfied with the samples, he gives approval for going ahead with the bulk production.
  12. 12. Tech pack received from merchant Develop patterns Workflow of samplingCosting CAD Develop samplemarker Develop fit/proto sample If any comments If no comments Revise Fit/Proto PP sample sample If any comments If no comments comments Revise PP sample Size set sample If any comments If no comments comments Incorporate buyer Sealer sample comments If any comments If no comments comments Incorporate buyer Bulk production comments (shrinkage to be added if it’s a wash program)
  13. 13. Workflow of the Sampling Department Sample requisition sent by merchandiser Pattern are made as per Po Fabric, accessories etc. Issued Cutting Embroidery Sewing Button hole
  14. 14. Contd… Button attachment Washing Measurement checking Alteration (If any) Thread cutting Spotting Ironing Packing
  15. 15. Details attached to the Sample Garment Ref no. Color Fabric Composition Description Quantity Style no/ Size
  16. 16. COSTING Costing of the garment in bulk is calculated on the basis of quality of material and their requirement in the garment. Calculation of consumption of fabric and threads to produce one garment Calculation of cost of fabric per garment Calculation of cost of trims and threads Cut-make cost Poly bag cost Cost of carton box
  17. 17. Major fabric & Thread Sourcing Suppliers  Salem  Tirupur (Jerscy Fabric)  Ludhiana (Jerscy Fabric)  Vardaman(Woven Fabric)  Bobay Rayon(Woven Fabric)  Mill Made fabric sourcing is from Arvind Mills & Vardhman.  For GEORGE : Nominated SourceMafatlal industries ltd, Nadia  Coats  Oswal, Pashupati
  18. 18. I.E DEPARTMENT The Industrial Engineering department (IED) has a role to play in various stages of garment production. IED is involved in different departments like sampling, cutting, sewing, finishing, etc. The main functions of the Industrial Engineering Department are: Target setting Line balancing Type of machines & folders to be used in sewing is decided by IED to provide maximum output in the minimum time. Monitoring production & providing solutions
  19. 19. STITCHING DEPARTMENT Stitching department is the most important department of any garment manufacturing unit. When a new style comes over; the various information like operation breakdown, sewing details, critical operations etc. is put up on the display board. A sample of the garment is also put up in front of the sewing line for any type of reference.
  20. 20. TestingThe garment samples is sent to the laboratory with alist of tests that has to be carried out as per the buyerspecification.List of test Count Colour fastness to washing Colour fastness to crocking Fabric strength Button breaking test Coloured laces and tapes are tested for Colourfastness
  21. 21. ConclusionRicha & Company is one of the export house which always maintain theirquality standard according to the buyer requirement.After doing 15 Days internship with Richa & Company this report on "Visit toan Export House” has been prepared. After a part of my analysis, I was able tounderstand what exactly the basic working or need of a garment industry andwhat their demands are. The product development team ensures the samplesshould be what the buyers are looking for. They strive to be aestheticallypleasing and cost effective as well.
  22. 22. References• http://richagroup.com(Accessed 28stAugust, 2012)• Fibre2fashion.com, “the fascinating worldof small people”
  23. 23. THANK YOU ….

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