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Apparel Supply Chain Management

The apparel industry stands out as one of the most globalized industries in the world and it is a supply driven commodity chain …

  • Date: 4th, 11th, 18th & 25th September 2020.
  • Time: 3.00 AM- 7.00 PM
  • Last Date of Registration: First come first serve basis
  • Dedicated Course Trainer
  • Contact: +88 01734 211085
  • Venue: House of Textile Today, 25A, Lake drive road, Sector #7, Uttara, Dhaka

The apparel industry stands out as one of the most globalized industries in the world and it is a supply driven commodity chain led by a combination of retailers, contractors, subcontractors, merchandisers, buyers, and suppliers; each plays an important role in a network of supply chains that spans from fibers to yarn, to fabrics, to accessories, to garments, to trading, and to marketing. So Apparel Supply Chain is denoted as a system with the full range of activities that are required to bring a cloth from conception (i.e. product design and development), through the different phases of production (i.e. the physical transformation of raw materials to finished product outputs), delivery to final consumers (i.e. sales and distribution), and final disposal after use (i.e. consumption / recycling).

In maximum case apparel manufacturing organization is harassed to make the downy supply chain in order to deliver garments to the buyer on time as well as gain the profit margin by reducing unnecessary waste from chain. In this regard depth knowledge on Apparel Supply Chain will help an individual, a firm or a country to analyze and identify its core competencies. An individual, a firm or a country can also plan holistically on an industry by locating what to do and what not to do. Clear understanding of the complexities of Apparel Supply Chain would build confidence among the people working in different stages of the supply chain. And this would help the whole sector grow together by maintaining harmony reducing risk.

Contents:

Understanding the Supply Chain:

  1. What is supply chain management?
  2. Objectives and importance of SCM
  3. Benefits of SCM
  4. Decision phase of SCM
  5. Apparel Supply Chain process
  6. Case Study

Merchandising and supply chain:

  1. Inquiry
  2. Material sourcing
  3. Costing
  4. Development
  5. Sampling
  6. Order confirmation
  7. Final Booking
  8. Material in-house
  9. Critical Path Analysis

Logistics and supply Chain:

  1. Bank Related Issues (PI, Master LC, BB LC, Incoterms, Payments, Contracts)
  2. Commercial issues (LC Opening, Documentation)
  3. Transportation
  4. Clearing & Forwarding
  5. Shipping issues

Case Study

  1. Review of previous classes.
  2. Supply Chain Practice of a Brand
  3. Supply Chain Practice of a Spinning
  4. Supply Chain Practice of a Knit Composite
  5. Supply Chain Practice of a Woven Factory
  6. Supply Chain Practice of a Sweater Factory
  7. Supply Chain Practice of a Lingerie Factory.

Participants

Owner, Director, GM, Managers, Executives, Students.

Methodology

PowerPoint Presentation, Exercise, Question and Answer session.

Boarding

Course materials and food will be provided by Textile Today.

Certificates will be awarded to participants at the end of training.

Course Fees:

BDT 5,900/- (Five Thousand Nine Hundred Taka Only)

Note:
*3 or more participants from one organization will get special discount.
*Textile Today Subscribers get 10% discount on the fees.

Course Fee :

For individual training modules: 5,900/- (Five Thousand Nine Hundred Taka Only)( Physial/ classroom ) & 3000 /- ( Three Thousand Taka ) ( online )

Mentors Profile

Ariful Islam

Ariful Islam

Sr. Merchandiser Toray International

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Mohammad Mezbah Uddin

Mohammad Mezbah Uddin

Executive Director, T&M Sourcing Ltd

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Biswajit Saha

Biswajit Saha

Executive Director SB Style Composite Ltd.

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Tareq Amin

Tareq Amin

Editor & Publisher Bangladesh Textile Today Mr. Amin is having extensive experience in application of […]

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