There are two major exporting sectors of Pakistan agriculture and textile. Over the years, Pakistan is said to be the single crop economy i.e. cotton and textile that claims the lion's share in terms of the contribution in the national economy of Pakistan.
Quality is measure by cost of quality, which is the expense of doing things wrong. The quality cost is considered to be any cost that the company would not have incurred if the quality of the product or service were perfect. Total quality costs are the sum of prevention costs, appraisal costs, failure costs, and intangible costs.
The non-conformance cost is sub divided into two types that are internal failure and external failure. Sources of supply, Procedural requirements, Lack of communication, Downtime due to quality program, Cost of scrap, Rework and On time delivery are the parts of Internal failure and Inspection Company, Returned merchandize, Insurance, Sale shipment on low prices in other country and Firms may lose their business The conformance cost is also sub divided into two types that are Appraisal cost and Prevention cost.
In order to conduct the research, we choose three textile firms randomly from entire industry to whom we reach easily. The name of the companies that we have selected for this study are Naveena Exports Private Limited, Nina Industries Limited and Al-Karam textile Mills.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER-01AIMS AND OBJECTIVES01
CHAPTER-02INTRODUCTION TO TEXTILE SECTOR02
CHAPTER-03LIMITATIONS OF STUDY03
CHAPTER-04APPROACHES TO STUDY04
CHAPTER-06INTRODUCTION TO SELECTED (TEXTILE GOODS EXPORTING) COMPANIE
CHAPTER-08COST OF POOR QUALITY IN TEXTILE EXPORTS SECTOR
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AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
1.The aims behind this research work are;
oTo study environment of textile sector in Pakistan and the cost of quality...