Packaging means wrapping, compressing, filling, or creating goods for the purpose of protection of goods and their convenient handling. Flow Chart of Garment Packaging is as follows:
The packaging is an important part of the product, which has to receive a lot of attention from the people. It is concerned with designing & producing appropriate packages for a product. Packaging also refers to the process of design, evaluation, and production of packages. Packaging can be described as a coordinated system of preparing goods for transport, warehousing, logistics, sale, and end
After folding, garments are packing the size of polythene packet is permanent. Especially, it is needed to ensure the placement of sticker in the proper place.
Flow Chart of Garment Packaging
Received garments from the finished section
Folding with inserting back board, tissue
Applied adhesive tape on the pack
The packing list is one of the most important documents for both apparel merchandising and commercial departments of an apparel manufacturing industry. The packing section is the part finishing section of the readymade apparel industry. Normally, the packing section packs the goods as per ratio or assortment. In the later, the apparel inspector inspects the apparel product according to the apparel packing list.
To prepare final packing lists, the commercial department of the apparel industry has needed the final packing list for forwarding agents and the customs department. From here, they calculate the total shipping volume and weight to confirm the required shipping cargo. As its importance, both apparel merchandiser and commercial personnel should aware of it to reduce cost in shipping.
Types of Packing in Finishing Section:
- Flatpack (Shirt, sportswear, trouser),
- Stand up pack (90° angle),
- Semi-stand up pack (for shirt),
- Hanger pack (for coats, blazer, pants),
- Half-fold pack (for pant).
Author of this Article: Noor Ahmed Raaz B.Sc. in Apparel Manufacturing Asst. Merchandiser Opex Sinha Group, Narayongonj Email: [email protected]