Textile Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management
Supply Chain Management is not about cost cutting but SCM is about developing strategic relationship among suppliers and customers


March 15, 2019 - 10:00


March 15, 2019 - 18:00


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Highest customer satisfaction in minimum cost only possible through proper information and material flow in the supply chain. SCM requires commitment of supply partners to work closely to coordinate in every point where orders are transform from one supply partner to next. Textile Supply Chain is one of the complex and largest chains therefore identifying every partners their roles, responsibilities and coordination is the key-point of successful SCM. The SCM is extremely important to achieve and maintain competitiveness. Thus this profession is highly demanding and highly paid in Textile/Apparel manufacturers. Supply Chain is NOT about cost cutting, but it is all about developing supplier relationship and building reliable business process the keeps customers happy.

♣Impart and improve analyze the manufacturing operations of a firm
♣Improve ability to sales and operations planning, MRP and lean manufacturing concepts
♣Apply logistics and purchasing concepts to improve supply chain operations
♣Apply quality management tools for process improvement


Here bellows could be the little ways…….

  • Understanding of Supply Chain (SC)
  • Stages of SC
  • Scope
  • Strategic Fit & Efficiency
  • Drivers of SC
  • Inventory/inventory management
  • Sourcing
  • Negotiation
  • Pricing
  • Transportation
  • The awkward factors in Profitability/sustainability growth
  • Forecasting
  • Planning (MPS, RCCP, What if)
  • Manufacturing Strategies
  • WIP
  • ABC analysis
  • MRP (BOM, EOQ)
  • TOC
  • Backlog
  • SC obstacles
  • PDCA and Revenue optimization
  • CSL
  • Bullwhip effect
  • Product life cycle, Repetition
  • Leadership Skills in SCM & Team building
  • Good relationship with stakeholders of SC
  • Ethical Supply Chain

Who may Attend:

  • Executive from any department of industry
  • Purchasing/Procurement Department
  • Production Department
  • Planning Department
  • Logistics
  • Marketing and Sales
  • Commercials

Training Fee for this Session Tk. 2500/ (Two Thousand and Five Hundred)
A/N: AAA Control; A/No:  148.110.29317; Bank: DBBL

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