Process Flow Chart of Pre-production Meeting in Apparel Industry

Pre-production Meeting: 

Pre-production (PP) Meeting is a meeting called by the general manager before starting the production. There are some important person has to come to the meeting. It is a very common word in the garment industry but a few people can realize its importance. Sometimes people do it only to follow a system in the organization. If a PP Meeting goes properly with all of the requirements surely everyone will feel happy as soon bulk is finished. Process Flow Chart of Pre-production Meeting in Apparel Industry is as follows:

Pre-production Meeting in Apparel Industry
Pre-production (PP) Meeting

Process Flow Chart of Pre-production Meeting in Apparel Industry:

How to produce the fabric within schedule with cost control?
(Knitting department)

How to minimize time and cost control?
(Knitting department)

What dia need after compaction and dimensional stability?
(Dyeing finishing)

How actual consumption minimize then budget consumption?
(Cutting department)

What are the critical processes in the style and how can we make it?
(Sewing department)

How can we make buyers required folding, poly, assortment etc.?
(Finishing department)

A pre-production meeting is known as a PP meeting in the Apparel industry. In a pre-production meeting, a discussion of every important issue related to bulk production is done. So that respected parties can ensure successful shipment of ordered goods. In a PP meeting what type of precautionary measures need to be taken by the company is being set. A pre-production meeting is basically a meeting before starting bulk production, to set every parameter and core decision of production. This article is all about pre-production meetings in the apparel industry.

Working Procedure of Pre Production Meeting

  1. Make a plan for bulk Production.
  2. Make layout
  3. Review PP sample.
  4. Discussing all the process parameters of every section.
  5. Review all checklist of PP meeting.
  6. Giving special instruction for bulk production.
  7. Find out all construction and structural defects of the PP sample.
Author of this Article:
Noor Ahmed Raaz
B.Sc. in Apparel Manufacturing 
Asst. Merchandiser at A.M.C.S Textile Ltd 
Email: [email protected]

Sharing is caring!

Leave a Comment