Most Applied SOP For Sewing Department In Textile Industry

Quality is power. So the Sop for sewing department in the textile industry is the most important to quality. Once there was no competition all over the world in the garments industry. But at present, it is not true.
standard operating procedures of sewing in apparel manufacturing are discussed below.

SOP For Sewing Department

PP meeting must have done with actual sample and approved trim card lead Quality Manager with the presence of Sample in-charge, Cutting Manager, respective PM, Floor in-charge and line chief & Finishing in-charge.

The decision made in the meeting must be recorded by all members of this meeting

According to the PP meeting, the Size Set will be done under the supervision of the Quality dept. and the instruction of Quality dept., cutting dept. will make necessary changes of pattern and ensure cut panel to Sewing dept. as per Size Set report.

Planning dept. will guide which style will be started in which line and which date and sewing dept. must follow.

As per the original sample, the IE team will prepare the layout paper and distribute it to the respective lines

As per layout paper Maintenance dept. will prepare necessary machines, guide & folder.

As per layout Line Chief will arrange the operator and helper accordingly, if there needs extra manpower PM will be informed

Hourly production must be monitored and tried to reach the target and ship date.

Finally, at the end of the day efficiency must be reached as per the target

Materaial sefy procedure

All cut panels come from sewing must be tracked by PO wise

Each transfer must be physically counted by both sides and then signed in registrar’s book. Both party must sign.

Once signed in registrar book, after that the cut panel goods responsibility goes to the Sewing department’s shoulder

Registrar book must maintain for sending Oil spot sending and receiving status PO, color & size-wise.

Both party (Sewing & Spot remover dept.) must sign the registrar book.

A similar registrar book must be maintained for sewing rejected body and must be kept in a separate place.

All QC passed body will be handover to Finishing dept. with challan and also registrar book must be maintained with PO, color, and size-wise.

Each transfer must be physically counted by both sides and then signed in registrar’s book. Both party must sign.

Once signed in the registrar’s book, after that the responsibility of the finished goods goes to the Finishing department’s shoulder.

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Conclusion:

This is the most applied sop in the textile industry for sewing department in the present world.

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