Flow Chart of Quality Inspection System in Garment Sector

By | October 15, 2015

Flow Chart of Quality Inspection System in Garment Sector

Mayedul Islam
Merchandiser at Fashion Xpress Buying House.
Badda, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Email: [email protected]

 

Introduction:

Inspection can be defined as the visual examination in relation to some standards. Quality inspection is an important issue in garments manufacturing sector. Quality inspector ensures the right quality of a garment export order, whether this order is ready for shipping or not. During inspection, quality inspector obeys a process flow chart of quality inspection system which has discussed in this article.

Garments quality inspection

Garments quality inspection

Flow Chart of Quality Inspection System in Apparel Sector:

Quality inspection of garments or fabrics can be done by maintaining four systems. Those are in the below:

  1. 4 point system
  2. 10 point system
  3. Granville “78″ system.
  4. Dallas system.

But 4 point system is most used in today’s ready- made garments sector.

Process flow chart of 4 point quality inspection system has given in the following:

Confirmation of garments quantity

Confirmation of trimmings and accessories

Measurement inspection

Garment’s in-side inspection

Garment’s out-side inspection

Final inspection

Packing

All the above processes have discussed in the below table:

SL No.
Process
Procedure
01
Confirmation of garments quantity
At the very first step of quality inspection, a quality inspector should confirm the total quantity of garments according to buyer’s requirement.
02
Confirmation of trimmings and accessories
Here, quality inspector should check various trimmings and accessories needed in the garments according to buyer’s instruction.
03
Measurement inspection
In this stage, quality inspector should compare the garment measurements against the customer’s measurement charts such as sleeve length, garment length etc.
04
Garment’s in-side inspection
Here, quality inspector should check the garment’s inside part to find out various problems such as unbalanced sleeve edge, incorrect side shape etc.
05
Garment’s out-side inspection
Quality inspector should check here the garment’s outside part to find out different problems such as open seam, needle holes & marks etc.
06
Final inspection
In final inspection, quality inspector should check different issues about the garments such as shade variation from one part of garment to another, correct labeling etc.
07
Packing
Here, quality inspector should check various problems of packing according to buyers instruction such as dirt’s & stains, correct size of poly bag, garment’s quantity per carton  etc.

Speech from the writer:

If you can read this article very carefully then you can easily answer the following questions in the interview:

  1. Process flow chart of quality inspection system in readymade garment sector.
  2. Method of quality inspection in garment Sector.
  3. Method of quality Inspection in apparel sector.
  4. Process flow chart of 4 point quality inspection system in garments sector.
  5. Process flow chart of 4 point quality inspection system in apparel sector.
  6. Study on quality inspection in knit garments production.
  7. Study on quality inspection in woven garments production.
  8. Study on quality management system in garments industry.
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6 thoughts on “Flow Chart of Quality Inspection System in Garment Sector

  1. Md Motiur Rahman

    Dear sir, Many many thanks for shareing informetion RMG Sector.

    Reply
  2. sadhasivam

    good morning sir im sadhasivam from bangalore i kindy request for you i need shirt garments in line inspection report and final inspection sheet , this is very use full for my job

    Reply
  3. Gmapon

    Dear Sir
    Thanks & Very much useful to us. .I want to meet you …as I have inspired by your article. ..I am having 14 years experience in quality
    To develop a successful career in a responsible position at a well-structured organization and successfully apply acquired educational and interpersonal skills to enhance organizational coefficients.
    WORKING EXPERIENCE.

    Reply

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