Improving the line layout should be the first priority if you are trying to improve the productivity or efficiency of the factory. This is because improved line layout is the foundation over which an efficient garment factory is made. In this article we will be talking about planning and improving line layout in garments factory in such a way that the productivity and efficiency is improved. To do it is important to know what is a good line layout.Continue reading “Improving line Layout in garments factory for efficiency.”
Changeover time in sewing line is the time taken from producing the last good quality piece of the completing style to the time taken in producing the first good quality piece for the new style. Continue reading “Changeover time calculation in sewing line”
I was asked by one of my college junior “What should be a good NIFT graduation project ”. The conversation that followed is what I think everyone preparing for the Graduation project in NIFT should get to know. Continue reading “What should students do for NIFT Graduation project?”
The question “Difference Between Standard & Standardised work?” has been a confusion for quite a few people and I have seen people particularly pressing on the point that “Do not confuse Standard work with Standardised work”. I googled the difference and what I could understand from many blog posts was that Standard work means the work will not change whereas Standardized work means there is a scope of improvement. Continue reading “Difference Between Standard & Standardised work ?”
“Where there is no standard, there is no Kaizen” . Effective lean strategy should be made by keeping Standardisation as the focus point. This is because Standardised work forms the foundation for Kaizens & is also one of the 5S .
Process Standardisation is a simple technique but with high impact. It is more underestimated than misunderstood. Lean strategy in Garment industry is mainly centered around 5S & Kaizen but an effective lean strategy should be made by keeping Standardisation as the focus point. This is because Standardised work forms the foundation for Kaizens & is also one of the 5S . Taichi Ohno, The father of Toyota Production System himself has famously quoted :
“Where there is no standard, there is no Kaizen”
What is Process Standardisation in garment industry?
5S implementation challenges in garment factory
5S implementation challenges in garment factory stops the improvement journey before it even starts.. 5S is a slow and gradual process as it involves the support of entire garment factory workforce. There isn’t any magical solution with which you can do it within few months and gain the results. Even if you are able to notice improvements, it won’t sustain for long unless efforts are put to strengthen the 5th S – Sustain Continue reading “5S implementation challenges in garment factory”