Any variation from defined specification in a garment is Quality deviation. The devaition could originate at any of the stages of production or in the raw material. The identification and knowledge of this variation at the originating stage will help organisations to prevent from producing defective garments.

Process Flow

Every stage in the preproduction stage is very critical in the prevention of defects process.Focus on the 'VITAL FEW' than the 'TRIVIAL MANY' will improve overall ability of the people to improve and manage quality.

Any deviation in quality would be a result of normal variations that could happen in a process or special causes unforeseen. We guide the organisations in eliminating the special causes while keeping the normal variations in control.

A Quality plan is the primary tool for Quality Assurance process. It is essential for every style before it is taken for production.The points that are Critical to Quality needs to be established and the production team should be trained on them.

Our In-process quality assurance approach is designed to identify the 'VITAL FEW' causes at the origin, bring awareness to the team, imbibe the sense of quality in the team at all stages to take preventive actions.

  *     Building Quality plans for styles based on customer's defined and expected requirements
  *     Garment quality testing
  *     Size set inspection and approvals
  *      Pilot / Preproduction inspection and approvals
  *      In-line Inspections and approvals
  *     Checker calibration
  *      Final random inspection - Sampling and Inspection by attributes as per
       ANSI / ASQZ1.4 / ABC - STD 105 / DIN 40080 / BS6001 with AQLs as per customer requirement

Above mentioned are the different stage interventions provided for ensuring quality during garment production.This cycle of steps in the process of garment production ensures that

  *      The organisation is continously trained on understanding customer needs and the importance to focus on them.
  *      Subsequent stages in production are controlled and the garments that are produced will meet the stated and intended needs of the customer.

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This is to identify if any critical deviations are observed whilst in production and has the potential to manifest into a bigger problem and a deterrent during Final inspection.

Method The goods whilst in production (in the stages as they are in) is verified against the set of established quality parameters. The details of deviations are reported.

The manufacturer can rectify the defect and take preventive action to avoid recurrence.

The number of interventions depends on the order quantity and capacity of manufacturing facility. When the goods are ready for despatch, Final Random Inspection will be carried out to evaluate if the goods meet the defined requirements.


Critical deviations are reported before delivery and appropriate corrective actions can be initiated.

• It reduces the defects in the subsequent stages that it provides an opportunity to the manufacturer to initiate preventive action and improve productivity and Quality.

C. Quality Assuarance

This process is customer focussed. This is to ensure

• The customer specifications / changes are rightly understood at the production floor
• The Quality parameters are in line with the specifications defined / established
• The goods manufactured and ready for despatch meet the Quality standards

Under agreed conditions, we visit the manufacturing facility in three stages to carry out

Pilot production approvals
During Production – Quality Control
• After Packing – Final Random Inspection

Pre-production approvals are given on the samples produced in actual fabric, trims and in floor level production conditions. The product is evaluated against the approved sample / specifications given by the customer and reported to the customer where the deviation is observed to be critical.

When the goods are in production, Quality control procedure is followed with the number of interventions as agreed. When the goods are ready for despatch, Final random inspections are carried out to evaluate if the goods meet the defined requirements

• This provides assurance that the factory has understood the specifications and producing as per the requirement.
• Subsequent stages in production are controlled and the garments that are produced will meet the stated and intended needs.