Factory Profile

Divisions

The divisions of GMS production plants are mainly:

A. Knitting
B. Fabric Dying
C. Yarn Dying
D. Printing

  • ADP
  • Oven Printing
  • Placement Printing

E. In-house Embroidery
F. Washing
G. RMG

  • Automatic Spreading & Cutting
  • Automatic Sevo Moto Sewing
  • Packaging

Production

Production Capacity
Type Daily Production
Knitting 50 Ton/ day
Fabric Dyeing 50 Ton/ day
Yarn Dyeing 20 Ton/ day
Printing & Embroidery 60,000 pcs/day
Garments
T-Shirt 60,000 pcs/day
Polo Shirt / Sweat Shirt 40,000 pcs/day

Quality Control

GMS achieves the desired levels of quality by factory inspection for each production at accepted quality level (AQL). The AQL inspections check Barcode Tag, Correct Size, Colour, and Design. Qualified professionals, who check the entire lot of finished products, comprises of the inspection department.

Laboratory

GMS has modern in-house testing laboratory, accredited by BAB. The laboratory is
equivalent to third party laboratories. Laboratory equipment includes:


  • Macbeth & Data Colors Spectrophotometer from USA to perform comprehensive lab tests of various natures by internationally recognized standards;
  • High Temperature and Atmospheric Programmable Laboratory Dyeing Machine from Roaches;
  • Color Matching Cabinet to ensure perfect colour; and
  • Automatic Lab Washing for shrinkage measurement.


The lab is equipped with the following testing equipment:


  • Light Fastness Tester
  • Rubbing Fastness Tester
  • Crock Meter
  • Peeling Tester
  • Perspirometer
  • Yarn Tension Meter
  • Yarn-examining Machine


Production Excellence

The methodology followed at GMS to attain production excellence is:

  • Job order based costing system
  • Uninterrupted power supply
  • On time shipment
  • Mobilization of skilled workforce
  • Organize periodic fire drills
  • Providing timely Medicare to workers

Research & Development

One of the competitive advantages of GMS is its state-of-the-art research & development
facility. The R&D division of GMS develops new fabrics on a regular basis. Fashion design
is also a continuous process at the R&D facility. The company has separate dedicated R&D
teams for the following tasks:

  • Merchandising
  • Oven Design
  • Production

The steps taken at GMS for R&D in order to develop new products are as follows:

Step A: Fabric Development
Step B: Fashion Design
Step C: Graphic Design
Step D: Sampling
Step E: Print Technique Innovation
GMS has full-fledged sample room equipped with 200 machinery for sample and product
development.


Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)

GMS defines standard operating procedure (SOP) as a set of step-by-step instructions compiled to help workers carry out complex routine operations. The SOPs aim to achieve efficiency, quality output, and uniformity of performance, while reducing miscommunication and failure to comply with industry regulations.