Flow Chart of Garments Export Process

Process Flow Chart of Garments Export Process

Garments Export Process:

Garments export process means all the processes required from order receiving to shipment. Every garments merchandiser plays an important role in completing the garments export orders. It’s not an easy task that we have normally seemed. Garments merchandiser has to sacrifice a lot of matter to earn profit from an export order. To perform all the required functions for the export order, the garments merchandiser should follow a process flow chart which will help him to do the right task at the right time. This article has shown all the required matters for completing the garments export processes.

Preparing garments for exporting purpose

Preparing garments for exporting purpose

Process Sequence of Garments Export Process:

Contact with the buyer

Order collection

Sample development

Sample approval

Costing

Confirmation of order

Consumption

Fabric & accessories booking

Master L/C

Back to back L/C

Preparing T&A calendar

Fabric & trims in House

Pre-production meeting

Pattern and marker making for bulk production

Cutting

Numbering, bundling & sorting

Production line set-up

Sewing

Finishing

Pre-final inspection

Final inspection

Ready for shipment

All the above processes have discussed in the below table:

SL
No.
Process
Procedure
01
Contact with the buyer
It is the first process of a garment export order. At first, the garments merchandiser has to contact the buyer for order collection.
02
Order collection
Here garments merchandiser receives garments orders from the buyer. Each order contains a garments specification sheet for different items or products.
03
Sample development
After receiving an export order, the garments merchandiser has to develop the required products by following the garments specification sheet.
04
Sample approval
After developing the product sample, the garments merchandiser sends it to the buyer for approval.
05
Costing
If the product sample is approved then the garments merchandiser will make the final costing for the product by discussing with the buyer.
06
Confirmation of order
Finally, the garments merchandiser confirms the order here.
07
Consumption
After confirmation of a garment export order, garments
merchandiser has to prepare the consumption of required fabrics, trimmings, and accessories.
08
Fabric & accessories booking
Here, fabrics and accessories booking has been done to in-house the required items for the export order.
09
Master L/C
Meanwhile, master L/C is opened from the buyer side and submitted to the garments merchandiser.
10
Back to back L/C
For importing raw materials for the export order, here manufacturer has to open back to back L/C.
11
Preparing T&A calendar
In the meantime, the garments merchandiser has o prepare a time and action plan here for the garments production.
12
Fabric & trims in house
All the required fabrics, trimmings and accessories are in-housed here according to the booking chart.
13
Pre-production meeting
It’s an important factor for garments production. The production team should complete this meeting before starting the production.
14
Pattern and marker making for bulk clothing production
Here, the pattern and marker should prepare according to the approved sample.
15
Cutting
Fabrics cutting are done here according to the approved
pattern and marker.
16
Numbering, bundling & sorting
Here all the cutting fabrics have to do numbering sorting and bundling to avoid shade variation in the garments.
17
Production line set-up
Here, the production team sets a perfect production line for
completing smooth garments production.
18
Sewing
All the cutting fabrics are sewn here according to the approved sample.
19
Finishing
All the required finishing procedures are done here by
following the buyer’s instruction.
20
Pre-final inspection
Here, a pre-final inspection has been done to ensure the right quality for the export order. Normally it is done by the factory inspection team.
21
Final inspection
Final inspection of an order has been done here by the buyer’s inspection team. Where the inspection team is confirmed by the buyer.
22
Ready for shipment
Finally, garments are sent to the buyer by using sea freight or air freight.

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