Garments is a subcontracting business of textiles

Textile and Cloth Manufacturing and Marketing Global Business and Complex Processes and the Industry is Bayer-centric. Internationally established large companies manufacture garments from factories. Again there is something manufacturer-centric. Their products are backward linkages. Such as yarn or yarn, fabrics, trendy handloom products, trims and accessories. At the right time, ready and shipped, the industry advances. The price of the product is also good. These things are almost all known. However, the subcontracting business was disorganized and demoralized, so little was known. It is estimated that more than fifty percent of the work is done with a subcontractor. In this industry, subcontracting is one of the few ways to start a small business. In this essay will be brought out the Procedio of the subcontracting business of the garment industry.

What is a subcontracting business?
Business can be defined as doing partial or partial work of an order that is actually accepted by another. The company engaged in this work is called a subcontractor. Also known as a job-worker. In the apparel industry, the subcontracting business is basically stitching. Layer cutting, garment finishing and packing do not require the addition of extra facilities and machinery. The exporters collect orders from established international buyers, retailers and brands. Exporting companies export their production capacity to others through subcontracting. Many subcontractors also export directly. The exporter also sometimes performs subcontracting work. When the exporter does not receive enough orders, he subcontracts work from another export house. So, there is no specific definition of subcontracting, They just sew. If in-house facilities are available, they can opt for cutting from packing.

Due to the invention of the subcontracting stitching work, uncertainty of the order volume throughout the year: garment exporters factory set up on an annual average order basis. In the peak season, when extra orders come in, work on the sub-contract has to be lifted. It is also seen that ExporterGen gets half of the overall order from others throughout the year. By completing production from the outsides, exporters want to reduce overhead costs. He also does not install machinery that does not work throughout the year. Therefore, the subcontracting business has begun to exist. Managing Manufacturing Costs: Applies to Brands. By sourcing fabric and raw materials, the brand can reduce manufacturing costs. To relieve workers from legal troubles: Indigenous brands are changing the sourcing strategy. Instead of ordering FOBs, they are sourcing on a cut-to-pack basis. for this, Factory setup is not required. Brands can focus on design and retail delivery. Subcontractors are employed for cutting and packing. Although they are likely to be dissatisfied with the quality of the product, they are employed to control the quality of the cutting and stitching.

How or where to find this work Export Garment Manufacturer: As mentioned earlier, during the peak season, the exporters receive more orders for their own production capacity. In this connection, subcontractors are searched to perform the production work. Many times, in-house production costs less when brought in from outside. Then, the subcontractor was hired. Brands: Indigenous brands, which do not have their own manufacturing facilities, give subcontractors the job of cut-me-pack. Trims and accessories are sourced by the brand. Designer: Specific designs require small quantities of products. They do their own sourcing of fabric and accessories. Only stitching is done by others. And is subject to the subcontractor. The workflow of the subcontracting business is briefly written below. For ease of understanding I think the subcontractor received the order from Exporter.

  1. The subcontractor communicates with the exporter through the sewing machine setup. Demonstrate skill and call to work with her

  2. The manufactured garment exporter communicates with nearby subcontractors, shows samples and fixes prices. Most of the time, the price is fixed as a piece.

  3. Instead of fabric you get cut cloths.

  4. All the trims and accessories come from the exporter. However, there may be differences. If the exporter wants, they can also sourcing with the subcontractor. In this case, a separate bill for Trims and Accessories will have to be prepared.

  5. Sewing clothing, partial or full. The machine operator was appointed by fixing the rate as a PC. And the export company hires its own crime auditor to check the sewing quality.

  6. At the end of the inspection, the exporter is shipped along.

  7. Exporter quality and quality both checked again.

  8. Prepare a separate invoice against each order.

  9. Then the work payment is paid.