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Some important calculations for merchandisers

Some important calculations for merchandisers

Some important calculations for merchandisers

Some important calculations for merchandisers:

CBM:
C, B, M means cubic meters. In the following ways, the C, B, and M can be determined by cutting. Cut (Length X Width X Height) / 1000000

                   Length X Width X Height
CBM = ————————————–
1000000

Total CBM = 1 Carton CBM X Total Carton
3 The Runner Container is available.

(1) 20 “Normal Container so that holds 27-29 CBM freight.

(2) 40 “Normal Container to hold 54-56 CBM freight.

(3) 40 “Container so that it holds 64-67 CBM freight.

There are usually 2 ways to rent a Container

(1) FCL: Full Container Load

(2) LCL: Light Container Load

There are many Sr.Merchandiser who have been doing Merchandising for 5/5 years but sadly they are not able to do Carton Consumption & Costing properly. Suppler that depends on Consumption & Costing. It appears that the supplier is making money at will. You don’t even understand yourself.

Carton’s square meter and volume

Steap: 1
{L + W + 6CM} X {W + H + 4CM}
——————————————- X 2 = Sq. Mtr
10000

Steap: 2
Total Sq MtrXSq Mtr Valu = 1 Pc carton price

Sewing Thread:

(Order Quantity * XConsumption)
————————————————- + 10%
4000

Now keep in mind that the color of your order will be different according to the color of the color, add it to the total. I ask you to figure out different ways to follow color. Because the colors follow the sewing thread separately, we use it to find out if the point is less than 1/2 of the point.

I’m talking a lot about Primary Consumption. I was thinking about giving a Polo Shirt Consumption but suddenly I thought I would discuss the Marker Consumption. Marker Consumption always gives the Marker Consumption of 20 Pitch Garments. This is mainly done in the case of Confirm order. Here is one thing to keep in mind.

Marker Consumption: –

Marker LenthXMarker WithXGSM / 1550/1000 / Marker ConsumptionXDZN + 7%
It can only be found in Body Consumption. However, Fabric takes less than Marker Consumption from Primary Consumption, and Consumer Fabric Consumption is available at Marker Consumption.

Packing List 4 Type.
(1) Solid Color Solid Size.
(2) Solid Color Assort Size.
(3) Assort Color Assort Size.
(4) Assort Color Solid Size.

Most of the two types of the packing list  in Bangladesh
(1) Solid Color Solid Size
(2) Assort Color Assort Size.

Things to mention in the Packing List. He is as follows: –

(1) Buyer Name (2) Order No (3) PO No (4) Item (5) Fabrication & GSM (6) Inspection Date (7) Ex-Factory Date (8) CBM (9) Order Quantity (10) Shipped Quantity (11) Short / Extra Quantity (12) Carton Quantity (13) Price / Piece (14) Shipped Garments value (15) Garments Qty in per carton (16) Gross Weight (17) Net weight (18) Carton measurement (19) Factory Name & Address (20) Shipping Mark (21) Side Mark (22) Color Name (23) Destination (24) Shipping Line (25) Ratio (26) Ship of Mood (27) Garment Department.

Woven Pant Consumption

Pantum Consumption must have good ideas in terms of 4 parts.

1.Body
2.Back Pocket
3.Side Pocket
4.Belt Loop

[{(Body Length * Body Thigh Weight) * No Of Parts} + {(Back Pocket Length * Back Pocket Weight) * No Of ParceX No Of Pocket} + {(Bag Pocket Length * Bag Pocket Weight) * No of parce * No of pocket} + {(Belt Loop Length * Belt Loop weight) * No of parce * 2} * 12] / Fabric width * 36
= yeards

[Note: Allowance will work. Side Pocket Fabric is usually different from Body Fabric.]

Subject: About Measurement.

Measurement Measure the meaning of words. Measurement is the measurement of garments in the language of garments. There are two types of Measurement used in the garments industry.
3) C.M. Measurement.
2) Inch Measurement.

Centimeter Measurement: Garments
In the industry when we measure
He: Mr. I use him as a Centimeter
Says Measurement.

We know,
1 mm = 1 cm:
1 mm = 0.1 cm:
2 mm = 0.2 cm:
3 mm = 0.3 cm:
4 mm = 0.4 cm:
5 mm = 0.5 cm:
6 mm = 0.6 cm:
7 mm = 0.7cm:
8 mm = 0.8 cm:
9 mm = 0.9 cm:
1 inch = 2.54 cm: m
24 inches 2.54 cm =60.96 cm
60.96 cm÷ 2.54 cm: = 24 inches.
When we measure Cm and Mm together in the Centimeter Measurement method, we must express them in Cm.

Inch Measurement: In the garments industry, when we measure in inches, it’s called Inch Measurement.
We know,
8 yarn = 1 inch
1 yarn = 1/8 inch
2 yarn = 1/4 inch
3 yarn = 3/8 inch
4 yarn = 1/2 inch
5 yarn = 5/8 inch
6 yarn = 3/4 inch
7 yarn = 7/8 inch
18 inch 2 yarn = 18/1/4 inch
44 inch 4 yarn =44/1/2 inch
11 inch 3 yarn = 11/3/8 inch.

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