Supply Chain Management System in Apparel Industry

By | December 26, 2016

 Supply Chain Management System in Apparel Industry

Atul Mudgal
B.E. in Textile Engineering (SVIST)
Manager at Pratibha Syntex Limited
Indore, India.
E-mail:  eratulmudgal@gmail.com

 

Apparel Industry:

In today’s technical era, where human putting their efforts to discover the world beyond the imagination, textile field playing their significant role to improve the technologies and as a key source to describe the persona of every human being, yes we are talking about apparel industries. Apparel industries are the sector where we build our comforts, in so many different ways. But how it works, the apparel industry is a making a garment to wear as comfort to look better to appear. Everybody knows to industry of garment and textile or apparel industry is that truly are to whole world economy work as depend on apparel and his manufacturer apparel industry making a garment.

Supply Chain Management System:

Supply chain management links all the supply interacting organizations in an integrated two way. The communication system to manage high quality inventory in the most effective & efficient manner. The supply chain management reflects those actions & values responsible for the continuous improvement of the design, development & management processes of an organization’s. Supply system, with the objective of improving its profitability & ensuring its survival, as well as the profitability & survival of its customers & suppliers.

Sewing section in garments

Supply Chain Stages:

The supply chain stage are as follows-

  1. Raw material supplier
  1. Manufacturer
  1. Wholesaler/distributor
  1. Retailer Customer

    Supply Chain Management System

Tools of Supply Chain System:

Chain management system working as many terms and depending tools

  • Location
  • Transportation and logistics
  • Inventory and forecasting
  • Marketing and channel restructuring
  • Sourcing and supplier management
  • Information and electronic mediated environments
  • Product design and new product introduction
  • Service and after sales support
  • Reverse logistics and green issues
  • Outsourcing and strategic alliances
  • Metrics and incentives

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