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Delta socks ltd

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Delta socks ltd

  1. 1. 5/18/2013Bangladesh on World MapFaisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  2. 2. 5/18/2013Geography Area:143,998 sq km Area –comparative: slightly smaller thanIowa Population:161,083,804 (July 2011 est.)Faisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  3. 3. 5/18/2013Government Independence:26 March 1971 Capital: Dhaka Provinces: 07Faisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  4. 4. 5/18/2013Economy GDP:$282.5 billion (2011 est.) GDP GROWTH:6.3% (2011 est.) INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION GROWTH:7.4% (2011 est.)Faisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  5. 5. 5/18/2013Comparison with India/China/PakistanBangladesh Pakistan India ChinaArea 143,998 sq km 803,940 sq km 3,287,590 sq km 9,596,960 sq kmPopulation 161,083,804 176,242,949 1,116,079,217 1,338,612,968Provinces 07 04 35 28GDP $282.5 billion $488.7 Billion $4.463 Trillion $ 11.29 TrillionTextile Exports $20 Billion $18 Billion $90.5 Billion $169 BillionExport Rankings 69 68 21 01Faisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  6. 6. 5/18/2013Transportation RouteFaisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  7. 7. 5/18/2013Textile Industry 40% Industrial Value Addition Comes From Textile Provide Over 5.0 Million Jobs of which 80% are woman Over 81% of the export earning comes from Textile & Textilerelated product The Value Addition in woven RMG is now around 35% to 40% andKNIT RMG is around 70% Around 40% of the total demand of Woven Fabrics for Exportoriented RMG is supplied by the local weaving mills 90% of the domestic fabrics and 100% yarn requirements of KnitGarments are met by Primary Textile Sector (PTS) Provide 0.2 Million jobs in Waste Recycle Industry related to RMG Contributes 13% to GDPFaisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  8. 8. 5/18/2013Exports Exports:$23.86 billion (2011 est.) Commodities: garments, knitwear,agricultural products, frozen food (fish andseafood), jute and jute goods, leatherFaisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  9. 9. 5/18/2013Major Exports Textile Garments Jute Frozen FoodFaisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  10. 10. 5/18/2013Textile Export Growth inBangladesh In 2004-05, which was the last year of global textile quota regime, Bangladesh’stextiles and clothing exports stood at $6.42 billion that increased in 2010-11 to$20.221 billion. China was exporting textiles worth $95.13 billion in 2004-05, which surged to$206.53 billion in 2010-11. During the same period, textiles and clothing exports from India increased from13.51 billion dollars to $23.31 billion. Meanwhile, Pakistan’s exports of the same items went up from $8.82 billion to amere $13.80 billion. Bangladesh led the textile trade growth, posting an increase of215 per cent between 2004-05 and 2010-11.Faisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  11. 11. 5/18/20130.005.0010.0015.0020.0025.002004-2005 2010-2011$ BillionTextile Export Growth inBangladeshFaisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  12. 12. 5/18/2013Fashion IndustryFaisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  13. 13. 5/18/2013Art & CultureFaisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  14. 14. 5/18/2013Mountains / ValleysFaisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  15. 15. 5/18/2013Ports of Bangladesh Chittagong PortFaisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  16. 16.  Excellent quality cotton Short and long staple fibers Medium – range yarn with excellent dyeingcapability High count yarns for light fabrics Blended and synthetic fabrics Large spinning sector with manpower qualifiedfrom the Textile University State of the art dyeing and printing machineryWhat does Bangladesh ’sTextile industry have to offer?5/18/2013 Faisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  17. 17.  We offer the best prices in the entire region We have a track record of excellent performance We are quality conscious We are not likely to out price ourselves in at least the next twodecades Enhanced market access to the EU , North America and USA . China is in transition stage from a manufacturing towards aconsumer economy, hence becoming expensive. Labor is quite cheap in Bangladesh as compared to ourcompetitors. Trade agreements with SAARC (SAFTA), ECO and OICcountries FTAs and PTAs with almost all countries of Asia and AfricaWHY US?5/18/2013 Faisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  18. 18. 5/18/2013DELTA GROUP Origins of the Delta Group dates back to early fifties ofthe 20th century with diversified interests in; Shipping Dockyards Ceramics Cement Entertainment, Banking & Investment.Faisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  19. 19. 5/18/2013DELTA SOCKS LTD. As part of diversification and expansionpolicy, group ventured into Socks in Year 2011and thus the Delta Socks Ltd. emerged. Hosiery Division was established with a mission tolead in this field of textile as an independent entityto manufacture socks in all varieties with the lateststate of the art technology in order to work withand meet the requirements of global blue chiplabels.Faisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  20. 20. 5/18/2013QUALITY POLICYProduction of best quality socks at economical costs and customersatisfaction is job one either internal or external through measurableobjective oriented and continuous: Process improvement to acquire overall business agility & perfection Systems and procedures for adequate checks on all processes Effective and elaborate identification & traceability (within 5 seconds) Team work ,training & re-orientation Communication (internal & external) Periodic audits for self assessment of organizational performance Due consideration for environment & work place quality of lifeOrganizational effectiveness and efficiency is the lynch pin of our policy.Faisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  21. 21. 5/18/2013RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT Company has an elaborate research and developmentsetup capable of developing socks in all varieties. We believe that successful Research & Development isthe main ingredient of success in any business andhence we have a firm resolution implementing it.Faisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  22. 22. 5/18/2013MERCHANDISING Our Merchandisers are constantly in touch with thecustomers and serve as bridge between the buyers andproduction management in the mills. Taking care ofbuyers’ interest and constantly looking for newprospects are their main job responsibilities.Faisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  23. 23. 5/18/2013PPC Department It is here that on time delivery is ensured to thecustomer. Upon receipt of every order it is evaluated foravailability of knitting, linking, processing, boarding, &packing selection & purchase of yarn withbrand, accessories and packing materials so that allgaps are covered before hand without any delays.Faisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  24. 24. 5/18/2013MIS DepartmentsThe whole system is fully computerized by state of the art ORACLE database and thefollowing data is available on line available to all the production Departments in thecompany: Order sheet is issued by Marketing narrating style, color, description, sizeweight/grams & quantity/dozens. Specification/Composition Card is developed narrating knitting & finish dimensionsas well as knitting & finish size and stretch along with knitting machine courses. Material Summary Report & Packing Instructions Accessory Sheet Knitting Program Batch/Processing Program Boarding Program Packing Program Work in progress status Purchase Order is issued for each purchase Accessory status priority wise Material consumption & yarn demandFaisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  25. 25. 5/18/2013YARNWe use wide variety of natural and man made fibers e.g. 100% Cotton Poly cotton Mélange Dyed Yarn Coolmax, Bamboo Yarn, Modal, Acrylic, Elastic (Polyester & Nylon cover), Lycra (140 & 20 Denial) BCF.Faisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  26. 26. 5/18/2013KNITTING DEPARTMENTDelta Socks Ltd. has the latest state of the arttechnology approximately; 46 Single Cylinder, Lonati,Soosan. Knitting Machines having 108, 144, 156 & 168needles with single 4 & 6 feeds and producesover 35,000 dozens pairs of socks per month.It is here that skills and dexterity of operators &technicians for setting necessary parameters areput to the testFaisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  27. 27. 5/18/2013DYEING & PROCESSINGCurrently we don’t have this facility as we use finished yarns, butgoing forward we have a plan to set up a facility compliant to 2 tonscapacity per day.Faisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  28. 28. 5/18/2013Toe Closing, Pressing and PackingAll the operations are under one roof and mostly done by the latestmachines. Detail of the machines are as following. Linking Machines  Conti Complett  232 mod  Qty 02 Boarding Machines  01 with capacity of 2400 dzns per day Needle Detector  Qty 1 (on demand)Faisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  29. 29. 5/18/2013COMPLIANCES WRAP UNDER PROCESS SEDEX  PLANNED CT-PAT  PLANNED SA 8000  PLANNEDFaisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.
  30. 30. THANK YOU5/18/2013 Faisal Najeeb- Delta Socks Ltd.

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