Working Process Flow Chart of Textile Industry

The textile industry is one of the few basic industries, which is characterized as a necessary component of human life. The textile industry is primarily concerned with the design and production of yarn, cloth, clothing, and their distribution. The raw material may be natural, or synthetic using products of the chemical industry. Normally, the working flow chart of the textile industry consists of getting a buyer order, understanding buyer requirements, brought raw material, set program, start production, processing step by step, finishing (if need), testing product, the qualified product according to buyer requirement and finally make delivery to the buyer according to the buyer requirements. Flow chart of textile processing helps to understand the working flow that is how textile processing is done. Working Process Flow Chart of Textile Industry is as follows:

Working Process of Textile Industry

Working Flow Chart of Textile Industry

Order getting from the buyer

Analysis of buyer requirements

Planning for the production

Collection of raw material

Set program

Starting production

Processing & monitoring step by step


Product testing

Ensure quality product according to buyer requirement

Delivery to buyer

The textile industry is the industry that involves sections such as: research, design, development, manufacturing, and distribution of textiles, fabrics, and apparel. Up until the revolution of industries, fabrics and clothing were made in the home by individuals.

The Textile industry was born with the invention of the flying shuttle in 1733. Spinning was invented by jenny in 1764, and the power looms in 1784. Then the fabrics and clothing began to be mass-produced. When James Watt’s improved the steam engine in 1775, it provided a boost power to the textile revolution. Eli Whitney’s cotton gin in 1792, and Elias Howe’s invented sewing machine in 1846. All of these contributed greatly to the success of the textile industry as well.

Now a day, the textile industry is involved in the developing, producing, manufacturing, and distributing of textiles. It is also a very complex industry. It starts in agriculture with fiber production, husbandry of sheep and silkworm, mining of metals and minerals. Then these fibers are processed into yarns, fabrics, and apparel. This includes spinning mills, weaving mills, knitting mills, dyeing mills, garments.

Author of this Article:
Rana Sohel 
 Executive Engineer 
 Sunman Textile Mills Ltd. Chittagong 
 Cell: +8801912-420118 
 Email: [email protected]

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