RMG Rejection Analysis Report

Cut Panel Rejection Analysis Report

RMG rejection analysis report also an another tools to followup improvement less rejection into process. When management daily followup the process by generating RMG rejection analysis report, departmental process concerns are effective work with his responsibility,

In RMG sectors there are 06 (Six) types of process. The every process has goes to through some rejection. Every Rejection should be reported by the departmental head to top management.

The 06 (Six) types of process are 1) Store & Inventory 2) Cutting 3) Sewing 4) Washing 5) Embroidery& Printing & 6) Finishing. Every process has rejection his won executed process. So, we can say that, rejection analysis report is most important to improve companies profit.

  1. Store & Inventory: Some rejection has occurre initially when fabric received from suppliers with quality fails to checking.
  2. Cutting: Some cut panel rejection has occurre when cutting department cut the fabric with CAD consumption.
  3. Sewing: Sewing rejection is common rejection to every garments factories. It has occurre by stitching, needling, Oiling and so on.
  4. Washing: Washing is also common rejection to every garments factories. It has occurre by lots of washing process.
  5. Embroidery & Printing: Embroidery & Printing rejection is included with cutting department by cut panel.
  6. Finishing: Here the rejection is occurre by concern buying QC or internal QA. The finishing rejection is most important to meet the full shipment. Lots of rejection has occurre in this department.

We can also download the Rejection Analysis Report from here>>>

Wastage Minimize Through Cutting Department Using CAD Consumption

Wastage Minimize by Cutting Department

Wastage minimize through cutting department is an another tools or technique to improve profitability. RMG Sectors are hampered to maintain his wastage by CAD consumption. CAD consumption is a ratio to maintained wastage fabric (Jhute).

The process on cutting department a complete fabric is input and output through cut panel by the CAD consumption. When delivered the fabric by store department to cutting department also adding wastage and excess cutting.

The excess cutting or cut panel to meet up the full shipment and process loss accordingly. Also excess cutting is more important to reduce short shipment. Short shipment are bad idea for companies to reduce buyer orders.

So, we can say that, Wastage Minimize Through Cutting Department Using CAD Consumption is more important to increase companies profit of RMG sectors. The below inventory tracker format is on cutting department.

Order Information Cutting Department 
Job no.BuyerStylePOOrder Qty
(Gmt. Pcs)
 Fab. Rcv’d from Store (In yd)  Fab. Cutting as per CAD
(In yd
 Actual Fabric Cutting
(In yd)
 
 Abnormal Loss Fabric (In yd)  Abnormal Loss Fabric In %  Marker Effi %  Cut Qty
(Gmt Pcs) 
 Excess Cutt. In %  Fab. Wastage (In Yd)  Fab. Wastage In %  Dlv. To Sew. Sec.
(Gmt Pcs) 
                
                
                
                
                
                
                
                
                
                
                
Cutting Department.

How to maintain the above table, you can watch the video by the link https://www.youtube.com/c/SaifSafe/featured?view_as=subscriber or comment us.

DOM ELISH POLAO RECIPE LIKE KACHCHI

Dom Elish Polao Recipe

Dom Elish polao recipe is testy food forever. The dom elish polao is like as kachchi. It’s some different test to other common recipe. It’s the test realy memorable for future.

https://youtu.be/wi7fcRPq41A

The details ingredients and way of as below-

Ingredients

  • For Fish:
  • Elish (Hilsa): 6-8 pieces
  • Onion, chopped: 1 cup
  • Onion paste: 3 tbsp
  • Ginger paste: 1 tbsp
  • Garlic paste: 1 tbsp
  • Green chili: 5-6
  • Sour Doi (Sour yogurt): 1 cup
  • Ghee (clarified butter): 3 tbsp
  • Salt: 1 tbsp
  • For Pulao Rice:
  • Rice: 2 cup or 500g, Katarivog
  • Green chili: 1-2
  • Ghee (clarified butter): 1 tbsp
  • Salt: 1 tsp
  • Alu Bokhra 4-5 pcs
  • Whole Garam Masala:
  • Bay leaf: 1
  • Cinnamon stick: 2”
  • Green cardamom: 4-5, crushed
  • Clove: 5-6, pounded

Instructions

  1. This recipe calls for only 5 minutes prep work and that washing and cleaning the rice. Then soak rice in water for 30 minutes. Begin with this step so that by the time fish will be half fry, the rice will be ready to cook or boil up to 70%.
  2. The cooking begins with Elish. Heat 3 tbsp ghee in deep bottomed wok and fry chopped onion until onion turns translucent and pale golden in colour.
  3. Add onion, and nut paste with green chili and cock until oil separates. Sprinkle water in between if required.
  4. Once masala is ready add whisked sour doi and sugar, salt and stir well to mix with the masala.
  5. Add half fry fish pieces into the gravy very carefully in a single layer without overlapping the fish.
  6. Add green chili and cook for 4-5 mins, depending on fish size.
  7. Flip Elish pieces gently as hilsa is extremely delicate and fragil
  8. Once done keep the fish covered until needed. Otherwise gravy will be dried out.
  9. Now it’s time to add boil rice. Dom for 5-7 minitues until the gravy completely absorbed by boil rice.
  10. Once done, remove from flame but keep the Elish Pulao covered. Only remove the lid once ready to serve. Enjoy!
Elish Polao

Fabric Reconciliation by Excel Inventory Tracker Systems

Fabric Left Over

Fabric reconciliation by excel inventory tracker systems is common tools in RMG sectors. When any organization reduce cost and increase profit by controlling fabric wastage. So, they have to introduce fabric reconciliation by excel inventory tracker system.

Most of organization fall in difficulties by reducing fabric wastage. Here CAD consumption is most important tools to minimize fabric wastage. The below table is appropriate example to “Fabric reconciliation by excel inventory tracker systems”.

Store Department
Job/Style/Order No.BuyerOrder QtyFabric receivedCAD ratioFabric Issued (CAD)Fabric issued (ACT)Fabric Issue for SampleFabric LeftoverDlv. For Excess & Wastage In %Left Over In %CAD Ratio Variance In %
            –            –            –            –            –            –            –  0%0.00%0.00%
            –            –            –            –            –            –            –  0%0.00%0.00%
            –            –            –            –            –            –            –  0%0.00%0.00%
            –            –            –            –            –            –            –  0%0.00%0.00%
            –            –            –            –            –            –            –  0%0.00%0.00%
            –            –            –            –            –            –            –  0%0.00%0.00%
            –            –            –            –            –            –            –  0%0.00%0.00%
            –            –            –            –            –            –            –  0%0.00%0.00%
            –            –            –            –            –            –            –  0%0.00%0.00%
            –            –            –            –            –            –            –  0%0.00%0.00%
            –            –            –            –            –            –            –  0%0.00%0.00%
            –            –            –            –            –            –            –  0%0.00%0.00%
            –            –            –            –            –            –            –  0%0.00%0.00%
Fabric Reconciliation Table

You can also download the excel format on below link.

Fabric Left Over & Wastage Reduce

Zero Waste communities push for ever-higher resource recovery rates through a strong emphasis on source-separated recycling and composting, waste reduction and reuse programs.

Import LC Posting, Back to Back LC Journal Procedure and LC Posting.

Back to Back LC

We all are well known about the procedures of any services given or taken by buyer and seller respectively. Here three types of procedures are maintain of Bangladesh Import Export Business industries. These are-

Export LC

a) By Bill
b) By LC (Letter of Credit)
c) By TT (Telegraphic Transfer or telex transfer)

Si No. ModeBill or B2B LC ProcessBill to B2B LC Process
LFDr. Cr.LFDr. Cr.
01.Bill/PIInventory-Items Name***Inventory-Items Name***
Ref: Buyer NameRef: Buyer Name
OnlyCreditor-Party Name***Creditor-Party Name***
Bill Ref: Bill NumberRef: Bill Number
Porcess
02.PaymentCreditor-Party Name***
Ref: Bill Number
Cash/Bank***No Entry
Ref: Cheque No./ MR No. 
03.LCMaterials In transit***Creditor-Party Name***
False LiabilitiesRef: Buyer NameRef: Bill Number
B2B LC Margin***LC Margin***
Ref:86218041111Ref:86218041111
LC04.PIInventory***
Ref: Buyer NameNo Entry
Materials in Transit***
Ref: Buyer Name
Proces05.BOELC Margin****LC Margin***
actual LiabilitiesRef:86218041111Ref:86218041111
Bills Payable***Bills Payable***
Ref:86218041111
Ref:86218041111
06.PaymentBills Payable***Bills Payable***
Ref:86218041111Ref:86218041111
FCH Bank***FCH Bank***
Ref: DateRef: Date
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