In the second of an in-depth three part series, Paul Timson, Managing Director of GSD, continues his examination of the importance of the oft-neglected Bill of Labour. In this instalment, Paul looks at the effect that labour cost and properly conducted work management can have on the overall product development process. Along with Part One, this is a must read for any company looking to optimise their manufacturing processes and reduce the costs associated with uncertainty.
In the first of an in-depth three part series, Paul Timson, Managing Director of GSD, looks at the importance of the oft-neglected Bill of Labour and argues that it should be given equal importance to the Bill of Materials. A must read for any company looking to optimise their manufacturing processes and reduce the costs associated with uncertainty.
Read the latest Blog from J W Yates of Business Management Systems (BMS): Securing the Supply Chain: How SCM Works in the Real World
After a wave of high-profile product recalls and product contamination scares over the past decade, manufacturing and retail businesses around the globe have been forced to recognize product safety as one of the major concerns facing companies in the 21st century. Read the latest Blog from Joseph Yates for more information.
Creativity is the name of the game in fashion and the garment industry. Whether at the design table, the marketing meeting, or in the boardroom, to maintain a competitive edge today’s company must be able to generate great ideas and act on them immediately.
Product Lifecycle Management in the Fashion Industry is all about collaboration. To become more efficient the industry requires new and innovative solutions that help improve that communication. Cloud computing is one such innovative - an idea that is being talked about as the future.
(CAMPBELL, CALIF, 29 JULY, 2010) The tough times that have plagued the global economy have hit consumer goods companies and their supply chains particularly hard. While today’s economy shows signs of recovery, companies involved in manufacturing, distribution, and product design and development understand that they are not yet out of the woods.