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Volume 5 Issue 6
Supply Chain Management Process of Textile Industry: A Case Study on Bangladesh
|Author(s)||Md. Jahid Hasan Akash|
|Abstract||This research examines a descriptive analysis of Bangladesh's textile industry's process of export, import, and logistic system for yarn dyeing. Bangladesh's industrial sector, which includes the textile industry, is vital to the country's economic growth. In addition to meeting a significant portion of Bangladesh's foreign demand for clothes and apparel, the textile industry provides for about 100% of the country's internal demand. The textile industry is a complex supply chain that manufactures garments, complements, raw materials, and other items. As a traditional management tool, SCM enables manufacturers to work toward increasing the quality of their products, lowering the cost of their products and services, and speeding up product delivery and reaction times in a highly competitive market. Based on primary data of an organization which is Union Limited, a well-reputed and big textile base organization as well as secondary data from internet databases, journals, review articles, etc., this study was constructed. reduced stocks, reduced costs, increased productivity, more agility, shorter lead times, higher profitability, and increased customer loyalty are all aspects of the textile industry's successful supply chain management. This study discusses the overall processing of how a textile industry imports yarn, and how they deliver the final product to the consumer. This research paper will give the concept of the overall processing of the textile industry of Bangladesh.|
|Keywords||Supply Chain, Material Collections, Yarn Dyeing, Import to in-house process (es), Export process (es).|
|Published In||Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023|
|Cite This||Supply Chain Management Process of Textile Industry: A Case Study on Bangladesh - Md. Jahid Hasan Akash - IJFMR Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2023.v05i06.8398|
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