Marker making preparation and factors


Some preliminary steps would be followed before marker making to gain optimum margin in bulk production. Nowadays modern technologies are used to gain marker efficiency. If it is not available then manual method is used to do marker making. Fabric characteristics, Standards of Fabric Utilization, Grain Line Orientation, and Characteristics of Pattern Pieces are the main factors that affect marker efficiency. Those common tricks are describing below.

* Cutting Table: marker planner should consider the cutting table length and width before marker making. Cutting table length must be more than the marker length for smooth operation.
marker

* Fabric part: an expert marker maker should amalgamate all big parts together during marker making and then insert other small parts into the gap to enhance the marker efficiency. They have to understand that about 90% marker efficiency is desired to garments manufacturer.  

* Fabric Faults: marker man should consider fabric quality report during marker making. If found any defects in a fabric roll and it was marked by quality that points must be avoided for quality production and to least the fabric wastage.

* Marking Grain Line: the grain line of pattern and fabric must be marked before start marker making. It will optimize marker efficiency.

* Fabric Measurement: fabric width must be measured carefully before marker making. Because, marker width always depends on fabric width to minimize lose. Moreover, fabric ply should be 1” (one inch) bigger than marker width to remove uneven fabric edge. 

Greater fabric savings after lower total cost would normally result, from cutting a stepped lay with paper markers on top.

However, for greater interest, a marker maker needs to work with freedom and efficiently but for maintaining proper quality some criteria must be followed. That is why there are some limitations of marker making. Qualified marker man is required
to improve the marker efficiency as profit margin depends on it.

Tight denim pants especially skin tight is injurious to legs!

Tight denim pants especially skin tight is injurious to legs. It also create problem in vain of legs. A team of expert physician proclaimed like that last week. A documentary has been published recently in Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry magazine about it. The news was telecast on last Tuesday at BBC Online.

tight jeansA 35 years old Australian woman was working at home by wearing tight denim Pantaloon according to feature. All of a sudden her one legs pant portion grasps her leg very forcefully. As a resultant her keg’s muscle was swelling and benumbed. She was unable to walk. Eventually she visited the physician. Then physician cut the portion of pant and saved her leg. She got compartment syndrome disease according to physician. Her condition had been worst due to skin denim.

Compartment syndrome disease is very painful. This is happened because of blood blockage in the leg. That is why the woman could not walk. She was not even able to stand on her legs. She had to spend time by lying on the floor. Royal Adelaide hospital examined and discovered that her legs swelled. Eventually, she was able to walk without help of others after 04 days treatment. In addition, nowadays doctors said that they have found more patients with this problem like compartment syndrome disease. They advised to avoid skinny jeans or prefer little bit loose jeans to feel comfort.


A survey accomplished by TENA Men at Great Brittan and discovered one out of ten have had discomfort problem with wearing skinny jeans. If this is the matters then why consumers still love skinny jeans? Answer is it will make them slim fit, sexy and looking good. Actually people can do anything for fashion.

In recent research, some doctors found that ultra-tight "skinny" jeans are causing leg-related health problems. They said "Tight jeans never designed to give us comfort shape that we have, and that's why we fall in trouble". It always designed to increase our dashing look or sex appeal. Tight clothing like skinny jeans may damage human reproductive functions. If a person wears tight jeans frequently that will limit the mobility of hip joints. Those who love skinny jeans frequently suffer from "tight pants syndrome," like as pain in the thighs, burning and tingling feeling in the legs, heartburn or chronic heartburn, abdominal discomfort or cavity, and belching from wearing those skin-tight slacks.

Lot of harmful hazards occurred by ultra-tight "skinny" jeans like stretching of joint capsules, and negatively affects the spine, reduced lymph flow from the pelvis, improper immune system function and poor blood circulation, pain in the thighs, compression of nerves, heat castration which undermines the sperm-forming process and reduces the quality of semen. If you really love denim wearer then doctors prescribed to buy jeans with some lycra or stretchy fabric in them to prevent damage at lower sensitive portion of your body.

Fashion merchandising at a glance!

Merchandising is the process to buy raw material and sell finished product. Fashion merchandising is the strategy and technique where fashion and business get together in a point of view. Fashion merchandising is the entity where fashion and merchandising face off. Many activities are included into fashion merchandising are value chain model and supply chain management and faster logistic service. The mission of fashion merchandising is to provide different fashionable wearers to different level of consumers. In addition foresightedness regarding upcoming trend is inevitable in this arena.
Fashion merchandising

Significance
The world of fashion is versatile and fairly competitive. Fashion merchandisers could be expert on fashion merchandising. They have to be smart, forecaster and keen interest on manufacturing, selling, promoting or buying. Successful fashion merchandisers have to have knowledge regarding textile, fabric, accessories, dying, printing and washing. He or she must possess fair command on communicative English. Prediction and consumers mind reading are the top qualities to be a great fashion merchandiser. 

Function
Their job description is also integrated like attending at fashion show, negotiating with suppliers and analysis retail outlets etc. They have to follow up sample making. They got to create costing. Hence, they may move here to there to gain resources and themes to do fusion. 

Feature
Fashion merchandiser takes the work not only as profession. It is more than that. We could say it is obsession. Creative individual can do remarkable well as they imagine outside of the frame.

Effects
In addition, the persons who wish to prolong their career in this arena should have strong sense and analytical ability to measure consumer’s budget early. A fashion merchandiser has to think about financial involvement into wearers. Because the prices of some wearers are expensive and on the other hand some wearers are reasonable. We should consider the age group, location and their purchasing power before making the wearers.

Consideration
Training is mandatory for becoming fashion merchandising if you hope to extend your career path. But practical professional experience is much more desired. So, we have to emphasize good institutes and reputed companies. As a resultant you may desire and have international exposure with practical experience. Moreover, instructors who will train you are well experienced.

Key Players in the Apparel Industry

RMG sector is a laborious business where so many guys have to carry stress to achieve a particular target. It is always hard working track where every minute is counted. Apparel Industry is consisting of many players. 

The vital players of this arena are.
Apparel Industry1) Manufacturer Exporters: This entity is that who procure fabric and accessories and accomplish sewing, finishing, washing, packing and ultimately ship the finished goods to the traders. They have their own import export code (IEC) number and also have own production facilities. Some vendors have conglomerate business. Who make himself accessories or fabric? Sometimes they place the order to sub-contact factory when quantity is much or shipment date knocks at the door.

2) Merchant Exporters: This entity fetches the order from buyer and forwards the order to another manufacturer to execute the order by collecting fabric and other accessories. Though, they deal with buyers directly but they do not have own production facilities. Eventually, they ship the goods to the vendors in their name after re-invoice and re-packaging. In addition, they take commission. Currently most of them prefer to set up garments factory because it does not require much investment but little bit complicated to control.

3) Buying house: Buying house is a center which used as a representative office of foreign buyers to do smooth operation in other countries local factory. This kind of office mainly set up to follow up local business partner’s function. Buying house has to do several tasks such as:

a) Evaluate ethical standard and audit exporter’s function.
b) Follow up from order placement to product delivery.
c) Inspection and generous approvals.
d) Sample receives from factory and sends to buyer or vice- versa.
e) Business development and relation build up.
f) Provide information to exporter during documentation and shipment    
g) Guide the buyer if they wish to visit local factory
h) Evaluate exporter’s performance

4) Liaison office: This entity works as a bridge between a specified buyer, department or brand and vendor. They have own merchandising people, quality checking people. They check the costing of vendors and quality, workmanship, measurement, washing outcome of the wearers. This kind of office mainly set up to follow up local business partner’s function. Only big buyers are capable to launch an individual liaison office because their business volume demands it. They also evaluate Ethical standard of the vendor which is compliance issue. Example is Wal-mart at Gulshan in Dhaka.

5) Textile: It is that entity which produce main ingredient of wearer that is fabric. There are solid and yarn dyed fabric textiles. Fabric consumes 60% of the wearer costing. Popular fabric is cvc twill, end-on-end, seer sucker, chambray, gingham, linen, TC pocketing, herringbone twill, corduroy, spandex twill, canvas and denim. Innovative textile product helps to enhance apparel business. Even apparel industries production plan depends on Textile products lead time and quality. 

6) Buying Agent: Importance of buying agent in apparel industry is inevitable and they made a bridge between buyers and exporters. This entity can do the business with different buyers and can give the orders to different vendors. They work with different brands. Actually small and medium buyers do not have enough strength to open an individual buying house to favor them due to low volume of functions. So, they prefer buying agent to execute their operations in different location. Example is Comtextile at Agrabad in Chittagong.

7) Workers: There are two types of workers in apparel industry. One is blue collar and another is white collar workers. Both of them are inevitable for the industry. Their knowledge regarding machine, sewing, fabric, measurement, washing and packaging is necessary to carry out order. They follow TQM (Total quality management) and emphasize on supply chain management.

8) Suppliers: This entity is that who provide raw materials and accessories to the manufacturers. They may provide fabric, yarn, zipper or other accessories, necessary machinery or spare parts, service oriented task like documentation, logistics, shipping, banking etc to expedite production. These suppliers also play a vital role in apparel industry by providing material or service. 

By reading above topics we may realize how RMG sector are spreading rapidly at home and abroad by the contribution of these players.

SOP OF MATERIAL CONTROL DEPARTMENT IN GARMENT INDUSTRY

MATERIAL CONTROL DEPARTMENT (MCD) OF GARMENT INDUSTRY HAS TO DONE SEVERAL TASKS TO EXPEDITE PRODUCTION. THEY HAVE TO EXECUTE FOLLOWING TASKS SMOOTHLY: 
1. DOCUMENTS.
2. RECEIVE.
3. INVENTORY.
4. ISSUE.
mcd5. BALANCE

DOCUMENTS
1: ORDER STATUS RECEIVES FROM MERCHANDISER / SALES.
2: ASSORTMENT RECEIVES FROM MERCHANDISER / SALES.
3: MATERIAL LIST (PR) RECEIVES FROM MERCHANDISER / SALES.
4: PREPARE FABRIC STATUS & ACCESSORIES STATUS ACCORDING TO MATERIAL LIST (PR) OUR# WISE.
5: MAKE FILE WITH MATERIAL LIST (PR), FABRIC STATUS & ACCESSORIES STATUS OUR# WISE.
6: PREPARE FABRIC STATEMENT ITEM WISE BY EXCEL ACCORDING TO MATERIAL LIST CONSUMPTION OR APPROVED CONSUMPTION.
7:  SHIPPING DOCUMENTS (INVOICE, P/LIST & B/L) RECEIVE FROM MERCHANDISER / SALES AND KEEPING BUYER WISE IN BOX FILE (NAME: SHIPPING DOCUMENTS FILE).
8: IP COPY OF INVOICE & B/L RECEIVES WITH IMPORT SERIAL# FROM IMPORT SECTION AND KEEPING IN BOX FILE (NAME: WILL-COME FILE).
9:  MAKE “MRR” (MATERIAL RECEIVING REPORT) BUYER WISE & CONSIGNMENT WISE BY EXCEL FILE WHICH INFORM TO MERCHANDISER / SALES BY E-MAIL.
10: PREPARE “MIR” (MATERIAL INVENTORY REPORT) AFTER PHYSICAL INVENTORY WITH INVENTORY PERSON SIGN, TEAM LEADER SIGN & MCD MANAGER SIGN.

RECEIVE
1: RECEIVE INVOICE AND PACKING LIST.
2: RECEIVE NUMBER OF PKGS MENTIONING IN THE PACKING LIST FIRSTLY.
3: FIND OUT IF ANY PACKAGE MISSED.
4: SEPARATE MATERIALS ORDER BASIS.
5: FIRSTLY CHECK THE PACKAGE BASED ON PACKING LIST AND WRITE DOWN IF FOUND DEFERENCE.
6: CHECK THE MATERIALS ORDER BASIS AND WRITE DOWN IN THE FABRIC STATUS & ACCESSORIES STATUS (PRINTED FORMAT).
7: CHECK THE PACKAGE IF BROKEN AND TAKE STATEMENT WITH AGENT IF NECESSARY PLEASE TAKE PHOTOGRAPHY.
NOTE: PLEASE DO NOT NEGLECT TO FIND OUT ALL PACKAGES FROM YOUR PACKING LIST IN RECEIVING PERIOD.

INVENTORY
1: MAKE SOME PREPARATION FOR INVENTORY WHICH YOU RECEIVED MATERIALS.
2: GO FOR INVENTORY PHYSICALLY.
3: CHECK MATERIALS WITH DETAILS PACKING LIST AND TAKE MATERIALS SAMPLE FOR COLOR SWATCH.
4: CHECK THE MATERIALS QUALITY, COLOR, SIZE, AND QTY.
5: CHECK THE QTY PC BY PC OR BY WEIGHT.
6: KEEP THE MATERIALS STYLE OR ORDER BASIS.
7: WRITE DOWN STYLE #, OUR NO#, ITEM, COLOR, SIZE, Q’TY ON THE PACKAGE.
8: KEEP THE REQUIRE Q’TY IN THE DIFFERENCE STYLE/ORDER IF YOU RECEIVE LOT MATERIALS.
9: FILL UP YOUR STYLE/ORDER FABRIC STATUS & ACCESSORIES STATUS IN THE IN PUT COLUMN BY DATE.
10: CHECK FABRIC ROLL BY ROLL BASED ON PACKING LIST & SWATCH.
11: CHECK ROLLS RANDOMLY WIDTH AND LENGTH/YARDS.
12: CHECK THE ROLL RANDOMLY IF ANY.

ISSUE SYSTEM OF MATERIALS
1. PLEASE CHECK BELOW POINT BEFORE ISSUE.
2: RECEIVE REQUISITION FROM PRODUCTION DEPT. (Sewing, Cutting, Packing, and Sub-store, down section, Embroidery section, printing section).
3: CHECK REQUISITION WITH MATERIAL LIST (PR).
4: CHECK ACTUAL CONSUMPTION; CONFIRM ITEM, Q’TY, SIZE, COLOR ETC. BEFORE ISSUE.
5: CHECK THE MATERIALS AT THE ISSUING TIME.
6: MAKE DELIVERY CHALLAN AGAINST REQUISITION & ACTUAL ISSUE Q’TY.
7: MENTION STYLE#, OUR#, ITEM, SIZE, COLOR, QTY ETC. AND ALSO MENTION REASON IF ANY.
8: TAKE RECEIVER SIGN WITH CONFIRMATION OF MENTIONING ITEM, SIZE, COLOR, Q’TY ETC. WITH RECEIVING.
9: TAKE APPROVAL SIGN FROM AUTHORIZED PERSON OF THE COMPANY.
10: FILL UP FABRIC STATUS & ACCESSORIES STATUS IN THE OUT PUT COLUMN BY DATE.

FABRICS
1: RECEIVE REQUISITION FROM CUTTING SECTION.
2: RECEIVE CONSUMPTION CERTIFICATE FROM CUTTING SECTION.
3: CHECK WITH MATERIAL LIST (PR).
4: CONFIRMED ISSUED QTY.
5: MAKE ADJUSTMENT IF YOU HAVE ANY OVER OR LESS ISSUE IN CUTTING SECTION.

BALANCE MATERIALS
1: CHECK YOUR EACH STYLE BALANCE MATERIALS FROM YOUR FILE.
2: CHECK SIMILAR STYLE ITEM BALANCES QTY. IF YOU HAVE ANY SHORT YOU CAN USE FROM OTHER STYLE BALANCE.
3: MAKE COLOR SWATCH OF BALANCE ITEMS.
4: CHECK BALANCE Q’TY WITH REGISTER.
5: MAKE AN INVENTORY SHEET FOR BALANCE STOCK.
6: ARRANGE TO TRANSFER TO SLOW MOVING STOCK AFTER SEASON FINISH.

STORAGE OF GOODS
WHEN YOU RECEIVE MATERIALS, YOU HAVE TO ARRANGE SPACE FOR CHECKING / INVENTORY. SO, PLEASE NOTE BELOW POINTS.
1: ARRANGE BLANK SPACE.
2: ARRANGE TO KEEP FULL MATERIALS ACCORDING YOUR INVOICE AND PACKING LIST.
3: KEEP FABRIC AND ACCESSORIES SEPARATELY.
4: KEEP THE ACCESSORIES SEPARATELY AGAINST EACH ORDER/STYLE.
5: KEEP THE FABRIC SEPARATELY ITEM AND COLOR WISE.
6: KEEP COMMON ITEMS BUYER WISE.
7: IF YOU RECEIVE MATERIALS MIXED ITEM, COLOR, SIZE AND Q’TY FOR DIFFERENT STYLE AND ORDER. PLEASE KEEP STYLE/ORDER WISE AFTER CHECKING.
NOTE: PLEASE DO NOT KEEP WITH MIXER ANY MATERIALS. BECAUSE, WE HAVE TO ISSUE THOSE MATERIALS ACCORDING TO PARTICULAR STYLE AND ORDER.

OVER CONSUMPTION / REJECT PORTION

FABRIC
1: RECEIVED ACTUAL CONSUMPTION FROM CUTTING SECTION.
2: CHECK ACTUAL CONSUMPTION BETWEEN MATERIAL LIST (PR) AND INFORM TO MERCHANDISER/ SALES.
3: MAKE A REVISED STATUS OF REQUIREMENT BASED ON ACTUAL CONSUMPTION.
4: ENSURE QTY ABOUT STOCK WHEN YOU ARE ISSUING ANY OVER CONSUMPTION QTY TO THE CUTTING SECTION.
5: CHECK YOU’RE STOCK IF YOU HAVE ANY LESS CONSUMPTION FABRIC.
6: CHECK YOU’RE STOCK IF YOU HAVE ANY EXCESS FABRIC (RECEIVED QTY).
7: CONSUMPTION OF EACH STYLE SHOULD CHECK VERY CAREFULLY.
8: INFORM TO MERCHANDISER/ SALES TEAM ABOUT OVER CONSUMPTION ITEM AND QTY.

PADDING / INTERLINING / LINING
1: CHECK CONSUMPTION WITH MATERIAL LIST (PR) AND ACTUAL MARKER.
2: CHECK ITEM WIDTH & MARKER.
3: MAKE AND STATEMENT BASED ON MATERIAL LIST (PR) AND ACTUAL (OVER OR LESS CONSUMPTION)

ACCESSORIES
1: CHECK REQUISITION WITH MATERIAL LIST (PR).
2: CHECK CONSUMPTION BETWEEN MATERIAL LIST (PR) AND ACTUAL CONSUMPTION.
3: ISSUE CORRECT ITEM, COLOR, SIZE AND QTY AS PER COLOR SWATCH.
4: ISSUE MATERIALS AGAINST REQUISITION.
5: WRITE DOWN YOUR ACCESSORIES STATUS OUT PUT COLUMN AT THE SAME TIME.
6: MAKE DELIVERY CHALLAN VERY CARE FULLY.
7: TAKE PROMPT ACTION AGAINST BALANCE MATERIALS WITH MERCHANDISER / SALES.

REJECT QUALITY

FABRIC
1: ENSURE DEFECTIVE QUALITY WITH QUALITY DEPT. BEFORE USE.
2: CONFIRM WITH MERCHANDISER/ SALES DEPT. ON TIME.
3: CHECK YOU’RE IN HAND STOCKS OR SLOW MOVING STOCK.
4: ARRANGE TO REPLACE DEFECTIVE QTY FROM YOUR AVAILABLE IN HAND STOCK OR ANOTHER STYLE.
5: ARRANGE TO REPLACE FROM MERCHANDISER / SALES IF NECESSARY.
6: ARRANGE TO SHIP-BACK DEFECTIVE QTY BY DISCUSSION WITH MERCHANDISER / SALES.

ACCESSORIES
1: ENSURE THE REJECT ITEM WITH QUALITY DEPT.
2: CONFIRM WITH MERCHANDISER / SALES DEPT.
3: ARRANGE TO ISSUE FROM AVAILABLE STOCK OR ANOTHER STYLE.
4: ARRANGE TO REPLACE FROM MERCHANDISER / SALES DEPT.
5: ARRANGE TO SHIP-BACK BY DISCUSSION WITH MERCHANDISER / SALES DEPT.

CHECK POINT OF FABRIC / ACCESSORIES

FABRIC
1: CHECK THE FABRIC ACCORDING TO YOUR COLOR SWATCH ITEM, COLOR.
2: CHECK THE FABRIC WIDTH ACCORDING TO PACKING LIST & FABRIC TAG.
3: CHECK THE FABRIC LENGTH ACCORDING TO PACKING LIST & FABRIC TAG.
4: CHECK THE FABRIC REJECT POINT.

ACCESSORIES
1: CHECK THE ACCESSORIES ACCORDING TO YOUR COLOR SWATCH.
2: CHECK THE ITEMS ACCORDING TO DETAILS ITEMS MENTIONING MATERIAL LIST, PACKING LIST.
3: CHECK THE ITEM AND QTY COLOR, SIZE ETC.
4: CHECK THE ITEMS MEASUREMENT AS PER YOUR REQUIRED SIZE.
5: CHECK THE ZIPPER TEETH, SLIDER QUALITY, AND LOGO ETC.
6: CHECK THE MEASUREMENT OF EACH NUMBER OF PACKAGES.
7: CHECK THE QTY OF EACH NUMBER OF PACKAGES.

CONVERSION OF SLOW MOVING STOCK
1. CONFIRMED YOUR LEFTOVER QTY BETWEEN YOUR REGISTER. AFTER SEASON FINISH.
2. MAKE PACKING LIST AND COLOR SWATCH FOR LEFTOVER MATERIALS.
3. INFORM TO MERCHANDISER / SALES LEFTOVER QTY WITH SWATCH FOR USING NEXT ORDER.

PHYSICAL INVENTORY
1. PREPARE UP-DATED BALANCE QTY OF EACH ITEM.
2. COUNT YOUR STOCK PHYSICALLY.
3. FILL UP INVENTORY TAG.
4. PUT THE TAG ON THE ITEMS RACK & PACKAGES.
5. SHOW YOUR ITEMS TO THE PHYSICAL INVENTORY COMMITTEE.
6. PREPARE A SUMMARY REPORT AGAINST YOUR INVENTORY TAG.
7. PREPARE VALUE STATUS OF YOUR EACH ITEMS.
8. COMPARE WITH YOUR CLOSING BALANCE QTY AND VALUE.
9. MAKE ADJUSTED OF EACH ITEMS OPENING BALANCE.
10. PREPARE DIFFERENCE AMOUNT AND QTY.

ACT TO BE DONE UNDER MATERIALS CONTROLLING DEPT.
1. CONFIRM OVER CONSUMPTION FIGURE WITH PRODUCTION AND SALES TEAM.
2. CHECK YOU’RE RECEIVING QTY AND STOCK QTY.
3. YOU HAVE TO INFORM MERCHANDISER / SALES TEAM ALL KIND OF MATERIAL SITUATIONS.
4. YOU HAVE TO CO-OPERATION WITH PRODUCTION FOR FEED BACK OF MATERIALS.
5. YOU HAVE TO CONTACT WITH PRODUCTION FOR MATERIAL CONSUMPTION.
6. YOU HAVE TO ADVICE SUB-STORE FOR MATERIALS RECEIVE, ISSUE AND CONSUMPTION.
7. YOU HAVE TO MONITORING WITH SUB-STORE FOR MATERIALS CURRENT, LEFTOVER ETC.
8. YOU HAVE TO ADVICE TO CUTTING FOR STYLES ISSUE, FABRIC SITUATION CONSUMPTION ETC.
9. YOU HAVE TO HAND OVER MATERIALS TO QUALITY DEPT. FOR QUALITY CHECK AND ENSURE YOUR MATERIALS QUALITY.
10. YOU HAVE TO CONTACT WITH IMPORT DEPT. AGAINST YOUR MATERIALS IMPORT SITUATION AND DOCUMENTS.

RESPONSIBILITY OF WORK
1. WHEN YOU ARE RECEIVING MATERIALS YOU ARE THE RESPONSIBLE MAN FOR RECEIVED QTY.
2. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE OF ALL ITEMS, QTY, AND QUALITY (NO. OF PACKAGE, QTY, SIZE, AND COLOR ETC.).
3. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR SHORTAGE OF MATERIALS.
4. WHEN YOU ISSUE ANY MATERIALS YOU ARE THE RESPONSIBLE FOR ISSUED QTY AND QUALITY ETC.
5. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE OF BALANCE STOCK QTY AND QUALITY.
6. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE OF DOCUMENTS, WHICH IS PREPARED BY YOU.
7. YOU ARE THE RESPONSIBLE MAN FOR PREPARED ANY KINDS OF REPORT (MRR CONSIGNMENT WISE, INVENTORY REPORT, DELIVERY CHALLAN ETC.).
8. YOU HAVE TO MAKE ASSURANCE IF YOU DID ANY RECEIVING, DELIVERY CHALLAN AND STOCK.
9. YOU CAN’T REFUSE ANYTHING IF YOU DONE.
10. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR JOB DESCRIPTION.
11. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR DOCUMENT, PREPARING, FILLING AND REPORTING.
12. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL RECEIVING, ISSUING AND BALANCE MATERIALS.
13. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR KEEPING YOUR FILE UP-DATE.
14. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR FEED BACK THE MATERIALS OF PRODUCTION.
15. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL KINDS RAW MATERIALS CONTROLLING AND STORE ACCOUNTING.