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OPM

CRESCENT TEXTILE
MILL
LOCATION
PLANNING

• Being in the right location is a key ingredient in a


business's success which the CTM is enjoying.
• Different location planning techniques are used in the
CTM.
PLANT
LAYOUT
• There is a logical development of
raw material into finished
consumers’ goods.
• To arrange timely production and
maintain quality goods for
entire satisfaction of the
customers
• CTM consists of unique and
effective processes of weaving,
spinning etc.
PURCHASING
• Goods bought for the purpose other
than direct selling, such as
for Research and Development, are
added to inventory and allocated to
Research and
Development expense as they are
used.
• Purchasing department itself includes
different phases of development e.g.
concept and technology development,
system development, demonstration
phase etc.
LABOUR
• With accurate forecasts, managers has improved
labor efficiency, reduce overtime hours and
increase customer service levels, even through
seasonal fluctuations.
• Labour economics can generally be seen as the
applicationof microeconomic or
 macroeconomic techniques
 to the labor market.
INDUCTION
• Textile trade is classified into two broad categories
i.e. textile which include yarn, fabric and made-
ups, and clothing which represents readymade
garments.
• It contributes around 8.5 percent to GDP, employs 38
percent of the total manufacturing labor force, and
contributes between 60-70 percent to total
merchandise exports.
• The area and production target for cotton crop during
the current fiscal year were 3247 thousand
hectares and 15.0 million bales, respectively.
TRAINING
• In-house training programs for organizations are
used in training larger groups of employees in
various technical and soft skills.
• CTM offer consultancy services in conducting
Training Needs Assessments (TNA) for
organizations, to help in identifying the skill gaps
of
 employees.
ROLE OF
FOREMAN
• CTM hires the qualified persons
who exercises.
• Control over workers to lead the
work in factory.
• CTM is getting benefited from
foreman in the aspects of
• communication.
• supervision.
• production.
• cooperation among staff members.
PLANNING

• Planning includes the production process’s careful


management to avoid the breakdowns.
• CTM makes decisions for the arrangement of
material.

C O N T R O L L IN G
• Line-scan cameras are used for quality control
purposes in textile machines.
• The system which CTM plan to develop will be
compatible with all types of cameras and the
manufacturers will select the cameras which is
more suitable for their target textile products and
machines.
• The labeler label the defected point of the fabric to
allow the user to cut the defected part out.
SCHEDULING
• Production of Jute Unit decreased
from 9123 tons in 1998-99 to
5983 tons in 1999-00.
• With the installed capacity of 120
looms, the plant can produce
more than 1,500,000 Linear
Meters per month.
• Main problem of Crescent Jute lies
in accumulated losses resulting
in excessive borrowings and high
financial charges.
PRODUCT
DESIGN
• Product Designers conceptualize and evaluate ideas,
making them tangible through products in a more
systematic approach.
• Questioning the design e.g. fixings and component
positions can improve assembly
 processes e.g. use new epoxy
 glues rather than rivets.

SIMPLIFICATI
ON
• Crescent has made their processes
effective and less confusing.
• Pricing procedure of CTM for
export is different from the local
procedure.
• simplification steps for supply chain
management in CTM are:
• Standardization.
• Automatic resupply techniques.
• Rationalization.
QUALITY
CONTROL
• Every element of cost and quality is continually
scrutinized and measured according to worldwide
standards.
• The Crescent Textile Mills is maintaining its internal
records by keeping order to payment cycle.
• Each unit is independently analyzed as a cost center
to make cuts wherever and wherever possible.

STANDARDRIZA
TION
• Standardization encourages cooperation between
businesses at the same stage in the value chain.
• Standardization depends on production process so
production includes various steps which are given
below:
• Spinning.
• Weaving.
• Processing.
• Home textiles.