Inventurers at the Madura Fashion Production Factory!

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Learning about the engaging relationship between the employment of technology and raising productivity was the highlight of the trip to FCL Madura Fashion production factory. The purpose of this trip was to get an exposure to the automated methods of production, such as, lean production techniques (Kaizen, Kanban, JIT), Total Quality Management, Stock holdings and more.
Our batch was fascinated when we learned how these production methods could be adopted to increase productivity within a limited period of time. We saw the advanced machines which aided the process of producing clothes for large quantities for brands such as, Louis Philippe, Marks and Spencer’s, Allen Solly and Van Heusen.
Moreover, we experienced a learning session from the senior executive regarding the intensive training that has to be provided to the staff in order to promote efficient production processes. This immensely interested us and since it entirely serves our syllabus purpose, it came through as a new learning process for all of us.
We were very intrigued by the presentation which spoke volumes about the training of staff, the implementation of a sound production process and the graphs that deal with stock control and holdings.
The field trip displayed the conceptual knowledge to practical apprehension, which further enhanced our learning.
Albana Khanna Gr 11
On behalf of Students
Inventure Academy