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Introduction to Clothing Production Management, 2nd Edition

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Introduction to Clothing Production Management, 2nd Edition

A. J. Chuter

ISBN: 978-0-632-03939-5 June 1995 Wiley-Blackwell 208 Pages

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This introductory textbook for supervisors and students of clothing and fashion sets out the fundamentals of work study, effective supervision, training, balancing, layouts, fault prevention and other basic information needed by those working in the clothing manufacturing industry. This second edition has been updated to incorprate the changes that have occurred since the first edition was published seven years ago. Greater emphasis has been placed on production planning and control, and total quality management, both important factors for ensuring a profitable operation.
Introduction; The sewing room supervisor; How output is lost; Basic Method Study; Basic work measurement; Balancing; Balancing exercises; Production planning and control; Total quality control; Quality from design to despatch; Production and people; Training; Charting and layouts
* author is widely known in the clothing manufacturing industry and in colleges teaching clothing and fasion in the UK * it is a text that has been described as "of great value in factories and colleges as an educational and training text" * there is an international market for this text and the author has many useful contacts world-wide * it is written in a down to earth manner offering practical advice and providing many worked examples to illustrate the text * it is of use not only to students on clothing and fashion courses but also to managers and supervisors who wish to improve their effectiveness