Textile Production Management (TPM) is a vital term in textile and garments industry. In the international textile and clothing market an engineer who has a degree on textile engineering and management hold a great demand. To be a successful in an industry you should have sound knowledge about textile production management. If you have not enough knowledge about production management then you will fail to give desired output of the industry.
Textile production management program teach an engineer how to lead in an industry. It also prepare as a leader in the production industry. The progress of a textile industry depends on a good leader and his leadership. The design, manufacture and distribution of textile goods within the textile and garments industry is encompasses by apparel and textile marketing management.
In the global job market, the owner of the industry searches such types of person who is dynamic and diverse, who has great management power.
Textile industry is related with the terms of fiber, yarn, fabric, wet processing, garments etc. production means to manufacturing from one to another by a process. The process varies depending on the types of the raw materials to final product. Management is related to manage. In the production unit, to maintain the sequence of operation and control the operation is involve with management. If you can manage the full process successfully then you will be a great manager. It is important to control the man power who works with a manager.
Proper textile production management ensures to produce good quality of right products in desired quantity at the right time and right manufacturing cost. I will write about the responsibility of a production manager in the next post.
Objectives and Requirement of Textile Production Management: An engineer should study on textile production management for the following reasons:
- To get basic knowledge about management and production management.
- To make plant layout of a textile and clothing industry.
- To discuss about the factors behind plant layout.
- To ensure the desired production and control the production planning.
- To control inventory management.
- To know lean production and management.
- To ensure the desired production with maximum profit.
Actually it ensures optimum utilization of resources to produce the desired textile products.