DELTA COMPOSITE KNITTING INDUSTRIES LTD
DELTA COMPOSITE KNITTING INDUSTRIES LTD. starts its journey in garment industry 1996. With interests in trading, Delta Composite is a 100% export oriented composite garments industry. The company is constantly providing customers across the world with garment sourcing solution, with manufacturing facilities. Bangladesh entered in readymade garments business in early 1980s. At that time there were very few local entrepreneurs who knew the trade. Mainly the foreign entrepreneurs directly operated their business for the cheap labor. But during late 1980s and early 1990s the scenario of Garment Sector of Bangladesh started changing. Local expert and entrepreneurs started experiencing the knowledge of the trade.
In the above context Delta Composite is a privately owned company was established in 1996. The owners possess a vast experience in dyeing, finishing, knitting of Fabric.
- M/S. DELTA KNITTING LTD
- M/S. DELTA SEWING THREAD
- M/S. DELTA PRINTING
- M/S. DELTA EMBROIDERY
- M/S. DELTA ACCESSORIES.
- M/S DELTA DYEING
The Company is organized into six divisions:
Our total numbers of employee are 4300. However, we are still looking towards further development and expansion in order to cover all branches of the industry, taking into consideration the availability of the raw material – cotton, competitive labor, and low power cost.
We have directed, hardworking, and efficient workforces, supervised and directed by a well-coordinated supportive management team. Not only we ensure the top quality of our products but also we treat safety, security, and hygiene as our priority area. We are equipped with fire fighting services and have a medical team of doctors and nurses to render services to our employees. We hope and believe that we can satisfy our buyers maintaining good-quality products in the most competitive market price.
List of machineries
LIST OF SEWING MACHINS
Our mission is to provide not only the highest possible product quality but also a total service.
Other logistic Machineries
|3||P.P Belt Machine||02|
|Embroidery Machine (20 head)||02|
|7||Sewing Thread Machine (72 cone)||01|
We have created world-class facilities to ensure better quality control and faster deliveries, the way the market is demanding today.
Next to its security measures, the factory is will equipped and furnished with enough fire-fighting equipment, fire alarms systems and trained personnel for facilitating emergency evacuation. All of which contribute to minimizing the fire- risks. The factory environment, with excellent lighting and ventilation, is one of the very best of its kind in Bangladesh.
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Ø Knitting of fabrics in 100% cotton, blends and 100% polyester
Ø Dyeing and finishing fabric of 100% cotton, blends and 100% polyester.
Ø We are manufacturer and exporter of readymade garments like T-shirts, polo shirts, sportswear, underwear, and sweatshirts, casual wear, night wears, lingerie & polar fleece jacket etc.
Ø Different type of printing like Pigment, Rubber, Flock, Foil, Sugar, Dicsas , Deactive, Embross, Plastic sole, Glitter, Hidensi , Transper, Gel, Stone print.
Ø All type of embroideries.
Ø Besides, we have very strong marketing division for all kinds’ of ready-made garments to expand market to Europe, U.S.A, Canada and all over the world.
|Customer||Blues Clothing, Padma , Lankstone,I.C.S-UK|
|Gowitex, S.A Beechins & Texim, -Fabrimode,|
|Publi Shirt-Belgium ,Heusel GMBH-Trio GMBH,|
|H B PromotionGermany||Zara-Spain|
|Super Sports Sa-France,||DIGO (BELGIUM)|
House# 389, Road# 6
DOHS Baridhara, Dhaka- 1206
Tel: 02-8813636-7, 8824092
Delta Composite Limited
Zarun (South), Kashimpur
Ø ISO 9001:2000/DKU-TEX/WRAP certified.
Ø Easily accessible infrastructure like sea road, railroad, river and air communication
Ø Accessibility of fundamental infrastructure, which is about 3 decade old, mainly established by the Korean, Taiwanese and Hong Kong Chinese industrialists.
Ø FDI is legally permitted
Ø Moderately open Economy, particularly in the Export Promotion Zones
Ø GSP under EBA (Everything But Arms) for Least Developed Country applicable (Duty free to EU)
Ø Improved GSP advantages under Regional Cumulative
Ø Looking forward to Duty Free Excess to US, talks are on, and appear to be on hopeful track
Ø Investment assured under Foreign Private Investment (Promotion and Protection) Act, 1980 which secures all foreign investments in Bangladesh
Ø OPIC’s (Overseas Private Investment Corporation, USA) insurance and finance agendas operable
Ø Bangladesh is a member of Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA) under which protection and safety measures are available
Ø Adjudication service of the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Dispute (ICSID) offered
Ø Excellent Tele-communications network of E-mail, Internet, Fax, ISD, NWD & Cellular services
Ø Weakness of currency against dollar and the condition will persist to help exporters
Ø Bank interest@ 7% for financing exports
Ø Convenience of duty free custom bonded w/house
Ø Readiness of new units to enhance systems and create infrastructure accordant with product growth and fast reactions to circumstances
Ø Energy at low price
Ø Lack of marketing tactics
Ø The country is deficient in creativity
Ø Absence of easily on-hand middle management
Ø A small number of manufacturing methods
Ø Low acquiescence: there is an international pressure group to compel the local producers and the government to implement social acquiescence. The US GSP may be cancelled and purchasing from US & EU may decrease significantly
Ø M/c advancement is necessary. The machinery required to assess add on a garment or increase competence are missing in most industries.
Ø Lack of training organizations for industrial workers, supervisors and managers.
Ø Autocratic approach of nearly all the investors
Ø Fewer process units for textiles and garments
Ø Sluggish backward or forward blending procedure
Ø Incompetent ports, entry/exit complicated and loading/unloading takes much time
Ø Speed money culture
Ø Time-consuming custom clearance
Ø Unreliable dependability regarding Delivery/QA/Product knowledge
Ø Communication gap created by incomplete knowledge of English
Ø Subject to natural calamities
Ø Bangladesh is included in the Least Developed Countries with which US is committed to enhance export trade
Ø knitwear are very economical even with china and is the prospect for Bangladesh
Ø If skilled technicians are available to instruct, prearranged garment is an option because labor and energy cost are inexpensive.
Ø Foundation garments for Ladies for the FDI promise is significant because both, the technicians and highly developed machinery are essential for better competence and output
Ø The exporters have to prepare themselves to harvest the advantages offered by the opportunities.
Table 3.8.1: Labor costs in selected countries (in US $/hour)
Countries 1991 1993
Bangladesh NA 0.16
India 0.25 0.27
Pakistan 0.24 0.27
Sri Lanka 0.39 0.35
China 0.24 0.25
Indonesia 0.18 0.28
Thailand 0.59 0.71
Italy 13.5 NA
UK 7.99 NA
US 6.77 NA
“Productivity, Competitiveness and Job Quality in Garment Industry in India,” a discussion
paper prepared for the Sub-regional Meeting on Productivity, Competitiveness and Job Quality
DELTA COMPOSITE KNITTING INDUSTRIES LTD.
Observing the overall function of Delta Composite Knitting Industries Ltd. including its procedure of providing customers across the world with garment sourcing solution, with manufacturing facilities. There are following findings can be illustrated:
v Delta Composite Knitting industry is an organization. It is yet establish a good control in all aspect of its field.
v Corporate Relation.
v Communication and Promotion
v Employees of this industry are in huge pressure of work. The number of employee is actually not adequate.
v The training procedure of employees is not adequate.
v Delta Composite Knitting industry established excellent internal control and audit system.
Delta Composite Knitting industry is very committed to consumers. This industry has pool of expertise that is well equipped with sophisticated facilities to strengthen the actual judgment in terms of fairness, promptness and reliability. It could be more sensible if We get enough time for the company study.
Q1. Are you aware about OB in your Organization?
Ans: My organization practice OB, because of my company is certified from efficient organization, according to the certification, they maintain the different employment facilities and concern the normal employee.
Q2. Which model of OB do you follow?
a. Autocratic b. Custodial
c. Supportive d. Collegial
Ans: My organization is not following the specific organization model. I always maintain the mixed management.
Q3. Do you practice the application of motivation?
Q4. How then?
Ans: Already I said my factory whole organization procedure is certified by world renounced organization. According to their rules and regulation we practices in OB. Also you know Garment sector has 25% worker secrecy for to ensure the better worker or employee quality rationally we practice in OB and that is giving application of motivation.
Q5. In your point of view which factor influence employee more?
a. Hygiene factor
b. Motivational factor
Ans: Hygiene factor. International Buying house are always emphasis on Hygiene factor (Environment, safety, standard wage, medical facilities), that’s why also we concern on Hygiene factor.
Q6. Do you think motivation increase the output of your employee?
Q7. Which managerial role do you prefer in your organization?
Q8. Why you prefer this role? Kindly express.
Ans: Well, Manager(s) are always dealing with the buying house. They know all strict management and better quality managerial role is more preferable for us.
Q9. What kind of leadership style you practice?
a. positive leader
b. negative leader
c. Autocratic leader
d. consultative leader
e. Participative leader
f. Employee oriented leader
g. Task oriented leader
Ans: Positive leader.
Q10. According to the Black & Mouton’s managerial grid what kind of leader you are?
a. country club leader
b. Authoritarian leader
c. Impoverished leader
d. Team work leader
Ans: I think Team work leader.
Q11. Do you allow employee participation in management decision?
Ans: No. Because most of the Garment workers are getting the wages and most of the time it depends on per hour basic. If we allow the participation, they can’t concentration on their performance but sometime we encourage for participation especially in critical situation in production.
Q12. Do you give empowerment to the employees?
Ans: No, employees have no empowerment because of always run the designed management.
Q13. Do you think that participation can generate better idea?
Q14. Why then?
Ans: In this sector most the performing framework is fixed. So, participation can’t provide any effective result. But Human management is most important.
Q15. How do you handle informal groups like trade union?
Ans: In our company have no trade organization because of trade organization gives the flexibility of worker but flexibility is the fully opposite in Garments sector.
Q16. Do you manage conflict in your organization?
Ans: Yes, We highly emphasis on conflict management our composite is integration of different department. So, conflict management is mandatory here.
Q17. What might be the sources of conflict you think that may rise in your organization?
Ans: The conflicting sources might be:
These sources might rise in my organization.
Garment industry is controlled by the transfer of production. The globalization of garment production started earlier and has expanded more than that of any other factory. The global economy is now controlled by the transfer of production where firms of developed countries swing their attention to developing countries. The garment industry of Bangladesh has been the key export division and a main source of foreign exchange for the last 25 years. Many people have earned their livelihood through this industry. Their may be gender discrimination, low wage level exist in the garments industry, but still, they supply employment for all of theses people who come here to live. The Ready Made Garment industry in Bangladesh is made up of 3,486 manufacturers and accounts for 76% of total foreign exchange earnings. It employs about 180,000 managers and 1.5 Million workers, of whom 1.2 Million are women. In Bangladesh, the RMG industry has emerged as a major economic sector and has had its impact on the financial services sector, communications, transportation, and on other related industries. The RMG industry has had a major social impact. It has empowered 1.2 million women with employment and economic independence, which in turn has earned for Bangladesh recognition as a modern and enlightened society.
Garment industry is controlled by the transfer of production. The globalization of garment production started earlier and has expanded more than that of any other factory. The global economy is now controlled by the transfer of production where firms of developed countries swing their attention to developing countries. The garment industry of Bangladesh has been the key export division and a main source of foreign exchange for the last 25 years. Many people have earned their livelihood through this industry.
Their may be gender discrimination, low wage level exist in the garments industry, but still, they supply employment for all of theses people who come here to live. The Ready Made Garment industry in Bangladesh is made up of 3,486 manufacturers and accounts for 76% of total foreign exchange earnings. It employs about 180,000 managers and 1.5 Million workers, of whom 1.2 Million are women. In Bangladesh, the RMG industry has emerged as a major economic sector and has had its impact on the financial services sector, communications, transportation, and on other related industries. The RMG industry has had a major social impact. It has empowered 1.2 million women with employment and economic independence, which in turn has earned for Bangladesh recognition as a modern and enlightened society.
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