SERVUNTO™ - ERP On Device, Presents End-to-End Software Solution for General Manufacturing Industry.
There are various processes involved in the manufacturing. Ready to use equipment, consumable manufacturing involves many
processing steps, beginning with the idea or design concept, requirement and ending with the finished product.
Some of the processes involved in manufacturing are – Design/Sketch, Sampling, Costing, Production Planning, Maker Making, Material Spreading, Cutting, welding/Assembling, Washing, Finishing, Packing, Folding, Other Processes, Final Inspection, Dispatch.
A brief overview of few processses is as follows: -
The first step is designing the sketch for the dresses that should be prepared. For this purpose, the designer first draws several rough sketches in the sketchbook or in the CAD/CAM by their own creativity or as per the buyer’s requirements.
Sampling is the second process in the garment manufacturing process. In this process, according to the design made by the designer the sample garment is manufactured and it is sent to the buyer to rectify. This process is also known as the product development stage.
Business is all about making a profit. So the correct costing of the product before order finalization is very important. The cost of the garment is the cumulative cost of raw material, labour cost, factory margin, depreciation cost of the machine and all other taxes.
After receiving the order, factory plans for when to buy the raw material required for the order. Raw material like raw sheets,
assembly material, packing material, hand tags, and other accessories.
The factory must plan for the timelines like when to start cutting when to submit a preproduction sample when to finish assembly,
and finishing, final inspection date, and shipment date. In production planning stage job responsibility for different processes is defined.
Production planning and control department is one of the important department for the apparel manufacturing company.
The maker making is one of the most important tasks in the manufacturing industry. Accurate maker making helps to reduce material wastage which ultimately reduces the cost of making the finished goods.
To cut the material Sheet properly sheet is spread in the play form. It is done manually or by using the computerized method.
In this stage, the Sheet is layered on a table, layer by layer up to a certain level. Then by means of cutting machine sheets are cut into Item shapes or pattern and separated from the layer. This cutting can be done by manually operated blade cutting machines or by computerized laser beam cutting.
Goods/Items are assembled in an assembly line with the Item becoming complete as it progresses down the assembly line. One portion of
assembly is done by an operator and completed portion is forwarded to the next operator.
For example, the first operator may assemble main body the item and the next operator may assemble the sides to the body. Quality assurance is performed at the end of the assembly line to ensure that the product has been properly assembled.
This process is performed when the buyer wants washing or special finishes to the goods.
After assembly, we get a complete product item which is treated with steam ironing, painting and several finishing processes are done.
Each finished item is then folded with tissue or cardboard. Folding varies product to product and also buyer to buyer.
Hang tags, special tag and price tag are attached with plastic Kindle or thread. Folded and tagged items are then packed into the poly bags.
Quality checks are performed as per company standards or buyer's requirements
After completing all the process, the finsihed goods are now ready for dispatch.SERVUNTO™ - ERP On Device assists manufacturing houses to carry out multiple processes with ease, particularly when number of simultaneous Buyer Orders increase and when it becomes increasingly difficult in managing the complexity. Few of the functions available in SERVUNTO™ are as follows: -
|Merchandizing | Buyer Order Management||Procurement | Inventory Management|
|Production Planning||Production | Execution|