Mission & Objectives

To provide our customers with a quality product, as per the standards required by them. The basic Function is to source the facility/product, which fulfils the needs of the inquiry, sent by the buyer and to place the orders on behalf of the buyer to coordinate between the buyer and the manufacturer, at various stages of the production process, ensuring that the end product meets the basic standards required.

Definition of Quality:
A product that is manufactured to acceptable standards from various raw materials, as specified
By the buyer in accordance with agreed contract order sheet and sample

Inspection / Quality Control Process :
When a supplier has been identified, pre production approval is sought from the buyer, through ,sampling of the required product, in accordance with the buyers specifications, which include full technical details and an approved sample or cutting, if available. Approved lab dips and clear packing instructions are essential. Once the buyer approved the sample, the order is placed. Bhuiyan Garments monitors the production process from its inspection, through to the shipment stage. We conduct a 'tags inspection process.
-Initial produc 17on check (I.P.C)
-Mid production check (M.P.C)
-Final random inspection (F.R.I)
INITIAL PRODUCTION CHECK (I.P.C) :
The IPC is done as soon as the manufacturer has started production and has 50-100 pieces completed and ready for packing. In the case of fabric., in dyed / bleached or printed form. The purpose of the IPC is to determine if the initial batch of products produced by the manufacturer complies with the client's specifications. If at this stage. Any deviation beyond established tolerance is noticed, timely corrections can be made, before bulk productions begins.

The IPC is a preliminary inspection, covering
-Quality of fabrics-as specified.
-Weight or construction of fabric
-Style and visual appearance
-Workmanship
-Measurements
-Color and/or printing match of approved color swatch
-Accessories (buttons, zippers, buckles, etc)
Depending on the type of product, 10-20 pieces! Meters are examined. Any discrepancies / variations or defects are pointed out to the manufacturer for correction or improvement. A written inspection report is prepared; confirming observations and a copy is given to the manufacturer. This report is also sent to the customer. If a manufacturer declares that he is unable to change or improve any variations or discrepancies, the customer is advised immediately and the representative samples sent for examination and decision on continuing production.

Mid Production Check (M.P.C):
The mpc is similar to the initial production check and is in general, a logical follow up of the IPC. The mpc should be made a few days after the ipc, particularly when deficiencies have been found during ipc. For large orders, more than one mpc may be performed. The mpc assures that any variations /discrepancies previously reported are being corrected during further production and that a satisfactory quality standard ls being achieved.

Final Random Inspection (F.R.I):
This is the last inspection and is done when the goods are ready for shipment. This inspection ls performed by at least two quality controllers, one of whom has not been associated with the order before this inspection. This ensures an unbiased report.

Random Sampling :
Units from each lot are drawn at random so that each unit in the lot has an equal chance (without regard to its quality) of being included in the sample. Random sampling inspection 15 a prerequisite to ensure that the sample represents the quality of the lot to a high degree

Selecting Random Member :
Depending on the size of the shipment and specified sampling quantity. The inspector selects a cross section of cartons, from the packing list.

Inspection Levels :
Sampling for inspection is performed in accordance with the aql system, which is attached. Bhuiyan Garments follows aql 2.5. This is an acceptable quality level standard, however each customer can specify the aql that may conform tot heir quality.

Finished Measurement / Appearance :
The measurement of finished garments shall conform to the measurement specifications chart and established tolerances. A random check for appearance, shading within a garment, materlainabric defects, ironing defects and other defects as mentioned in the defects classification list, shall be performed.

Workmanship :
A random check of all seams, both form inside and outside for broken stitches, open seam, puckering/pleating at seams and other stitching details. Is done. The defects found, are mark with a sticker and the garments kept in a separate carton

Examination of Preparation for Delivery :
An examination shall be made to determine that packing, packaging and markings, comply with buyer instructions. Details on polybags should be according to requirements. Hangtags, labels etc. should be correct. The sample unit shall be one carton prepared for delivery.

Merchandising :
Merchandising is the initial link to the complex supply management chain, and the first step to the production process. When a client approaches us with an inquiry, the best bible sources of supply for the product are ascertained by our merchandising department, inviting prices and other details.

Total Sample Procedure :
Styling sample / Red seal Sample------Salesman / Sample / Proto sample / Gold Seal Sample-------Preproduction Sample-------Production Sample--------Shipping Sample.
There are basic steps to be followed prior to and during production, however each client may have their own specific requirements and our merchandising department shoulders the responsibility of staying in constant communication with the buyer, during the various stages of production.
When production commences our merchandising department works in close coordination with our quality assurance team to ensure that the end result is a quality product. Meeting the client's requirements in every respect.

Corporate Social Responsibility
The new global economy dictates that all successful businesses are conducted in a socially responsible manner. Companies now see social accountability as a way to retain good employees, to win consumer and brand loyalty and ensure goodwill with the public and investors but we can only maximize this value if we respect our commitment to everyone of our stakeholders: customers, Consumers, suppliers, shareowners, colleagues, and the communities in, which we operate.
Bhuiyan Garments is unswerving in its commitment to ethical business practices and strives to work with Stakeholders who are willing to follow our lead. We firmly believe that our commitment to Improve the working environment at our suppliers production facilities, through a defined Workplace code of conduct, will ensure better morale, resulting in quality production.
We believe that this is the managements responsibility to define the company's policy for social accountability and labor conditions, to ensure a commitment to continual improvement.
Thanks,

CEO
Bhuiyan Textile & Garments
Dhaka, Bangladesh.