Implementation Of Garments Production Operating System Software With Interconnection Technology & Smart Computer Devices In A Textile Industry By Industry 4.0 Concept

Tapos Kumar Dhali, Md. Azizul Islam, Md. Mazharul Islam, Nasim Ahmed


Traditionally operated garment industries are facing problems is poor planning, monitoring & control system in knit & woven Garments. That’s why we face low productivity, longer production lead time, high rework and rejection, poor line balancing, low flexibility of style changeover etc. These problems were addressed in this study by the implementation of G.PRO Planning software for Line planning, Line controlling, Production Follow-up and master planning according to industry 4.0 concept. After implementation of G.PRO Planning tools, results observed were highly encouraging. Some of the key benefits entail production cycle time decreased by 8%, number of operators required to produce equal amount of garment is decreased by 15%, rework level reduced by 40%, production lead time comes down to one hour from one day, work in progress inventory stays at a maximum of 300 pieces from around 500 to 1500 pieces. Apart from these tangible benefits operator multi-skilling as well as the flexibility of style changeover has been improved. This study is really helpful for reduce time. It’s also helpful for one-time shipment. By this implementation Factory save 8% Money and save time 20% more. According to industry 4.0 concept this implementation really helpful for survive the Garments industry for future time.


Industry concept 4.0, Planning tools, Strategic Solutions, Sustainable Solution, Improve Productivity.

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