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As a mandatory requirement of the Apparel Manufacturing Management (AMM) program under Shanto-mariam University of creative Technology, this Internee entitled-“ Project & Industrial Placement in RMG Sector[AMM-421]” Special reference to ESSES FASHION LTD And INTERNATIONAL KNITWEAR &APPRELS LTD.-is a connived depiction of the three month’s long internship program. Also related Different types of Organizations.


The organization attachment started on April 12, 2010 and finished on July 12, 2010. Mr. Sarder Mominul Haque (General Manager) is my supervisor of ESSES FASHION LTD And INTERNATIONAL KNITWEAR &APPRELS LTD. I prepared this report for my honorable supervisor Mr. Faruque M. Masud; he gives me the proper guideline when I made this report.

    1. Objectives of the study:

The purpose of this report cognates the internship purpose. The internship objective is to gather knowledge and experiencing the corporate working environment with the close approximation to Apparel Organization and the experts’ who are leading and making strategic decisions to enhance the growth of This Industry. To this regard this report is contemplating the knowledge and experience accumulated from internship program. With the set guidelines and proposal by the Shanto-mariam University of Creative Technology and with the kind advices of the organization and the internship supervisor, this report comprise of a project part and organization part.

The prime objectives of project part are:

  • Compare between theories and practicals.

  • To present an overview and brief introduction of ESSES FASHION LTD And INTERNATIONAL KNITWEAR &APPRELS LTD

  • Give a brief overview of the task of Different Departments and there activates.

  • How to execute the buyer’s order.

  • To present an overview the interaction of departments in apparel industry.

The prime objective of different organization part is:

  • To present an overview on different Organization.

  • To present their activities, responsibilities’ to this industry.

    1. Methodology:

There are two types of sources of methodology. One is primary and another is secondary sources while conducting the study both primary and secondary information were explored. But hardly any primary information could be found. In the absence of primary information the majority of the study has been based on secondary information. For the procurement of data, i had to take support of some specific methods as follows:

Then i went for the answers in the analytical point of view, which provides the mitigation of our requirements.

  1. Interviewing:

Sometimes we went for personal interviews of some of the personnel who are treated as specialist in respective assignments. They assisted us with primary and secondary information and otherwise showed us clues for where about of our requirements.

2 Observation their activity in garment and other organization.

Using both of the two sources has collected data.
1.3.1 The “Primary sources’ are as follows:

  • Face to face conversation with the officer and staffs.

  • File study of different section

  • Different section of deskwork.

  • Face-to-face conversation with the respective officers and stuffs of the branch and head office.

  • Face-to-face conversation with clients visited the branch.

  • Practical work experience in the different desk of the department of the branch covered.

  • Relevant field study as provided by the officer concern.

1.3.2 The “Secondary Sources” of data and the information are:

  • Different previous documents of the company.

  • Various book articles regarding general garments industry.

  • Different procedure manual published by BGMEA,BKMEA,BTMEA and BEXIMCO TEXTILE LIMITED and other organization.

  • Different Publications & Journals regarding garments activities & policies

  • Different types of vouchers.

  • Books

1.4 Scope of the report:
The scope of this paper is limited to the organizational structure, background, and objectives, functions, and order execution performance of ESSES FASHION LTD And INTERNATIONAL KNITWEAR &APPRELS LTD as a whole.

  • The scope is also limited to different organizations.


  • To go different Buying House .

  • To go BGMEA, BKMEA, BTMEA, EPB,CHITTAGONG PORT, Shipping Company, C&F Company etc.

1.5 Limitation of the study:

Although I have obtained wholehearted cooperation from employee of ADAMS GARMENTS SOURCING LIMITED ESSES FASHION LTD And INTERNATIONAL KNITWEAR &APPRELS LTD and Different Organizations but they were extremely busy. So they were not able to give me much time, as they and I would like. Besides, total duration of internship is not sufficient to give me more than a superficial idea of the functioning of the various departments. I was rotated through on the way of my study. I have faced the following problems, which may be termed as the Limitation/short coming of the study. These are as follows:

1. It was very different to collect the information form various personnel for the job constraint.

2. Garments policy was not disclosing some data and information for obvious reasons.

3. Due to time limitation many of the aspects could not be discussed in the present report.

4. Since the garments personals where very busy, they could provide me little time.

5. Another significant problem faced during the preparation of this report was the contradictory explanation of a single subject by different employee.

6. Because of the limitation of information some assumption was made. So there may be some personal mistake in the report.

7. In Beximco few department do not provide information and document so that I have to collect document in another organization to fulfils the sequence.

8. The time 3 months only, which is insufficient to know all activities of the garments functions.

9. The sufficiency of information was not adequately available. Moreover, the sources were hazardous and indiscipline. Therefore the

providence of insufficient information came out as a constraint.

10. Short internship was not able to provide us with adequate time to impose more databases sophistic to the formulation of this report.

11. Sometime I cannot manage document because of their busyness in job.

2.1 Beximco Group

Bangladesh has come a long way since its independence. It has improved key social indicators and the well being of its people. The Beximco Group of Companies has been an integral part of this progress. BEXIMCO's philosophy is simple: In identifying opportunities, it has targeted those industries, which the country needs most in order to progress and to improve living standards. Beximco is also focused on those industries, which make the most of Bangladesh's competitive advantages in the international market.
As a result of this philosophy, the Beximco Group is today Bangladesh's largest private sector industrial conglomerate. In the course of its growth, it has created industrial and management capabilities that will serve the country for generations to come. BEXIMCO's industrial businesses include jute, textiles, basic chemicals and pharmaceuticals and marine foods. BEXIMCO's non-industrial undertakings are focused on real estate and construction, engineering, media, information technology, trading and financial services.
It is the creation and expansion of businesses critical to Bangladesh's development, businesses, which are developed and run by Bangladeshis, businesses that develop technologies and practices specific to the needs of the country, which is the defining characteristic of the BEXIMCO story


Established in 1965 the Beximco group has expanded dramatically over the past 40 years and is today the largest and most diversified industrial conglomerate in Bangladesh, representing nearly 17% of the entire market capitalization of the Dhaka Stock Exchange. Employing 25,000 people including 2,600 qualified professionals and dealing in a wide of consumer and industrial products for domestics and global markets, Beximco has fast become one of the leading foreign exchange earners in the country’s private sector. Textiles & Garments is the largest and fastest growing division of the Beximco Group and presently accounts for half the Group’s business turnover and profit. The Group’s major investment continues to be concentrated in this Division.
Other major areas are Pharmaceuticals, a Ceramics Division manufacturing Bone China and Porcelain tableware for prestigious buyers such as Royal Doulton and Libbey in Europe and USA, and, a Real Estate development and IT division among others.

Comprising 2 ring spinning mills with 120,000 spindles, an open end spinning unit, a 24 tons/day polyester filament unit and 3 state-of-the-art fabric mills with 300 Toyoda airjet and 50 Tsudakoma airjet looms, Beximco Textiles Division products 35 million yards of processed woven fabrics both solid and yarn dyed, 5000 tons of knit fabric and 10 million yards of Denim in a wide range of weights, constructions and finishes. Besides superfine qualities such as US Pima and Egyptian Giza, cotton fiber is also sourced from other locations such as Central Asia, Australia, and Peru in keeping with the specified yarn quality and standard.

In keeping with the vision and philosophy to be a truly strategic business partner to customers Beximco has made every effort to be involved at all levels of the business process. The in-house Design & Product Development team is backed with a dedicated sampling facility for fabrics and garments allowing Beximco to assist customers in their product development process and ensure a relevant and timely product for the market.

Marketing offices established in the US, China and Hong Kong, soon to be followed by one in Europe ensure Quick Response to customer needs.
Beximco 100% export oriented garment factories have a current annual production capacity of 15 million garments with a projected target of 45 million high quality garments. These combine the best of the indigenous features of Bangladesh such as easy availability of low cost skilled labour with focused investment in modern technology and qualified professionals.

The latest investment through a joint venture with Freshtex (Germany), the international market leader in apparel washing and finishing, has culminated in cutting edge technology and new product development capabilities in this critical area. Housed in the Beximco Textiles Park, the washing facility has an annual capacity of over 10 million garments including garment over dyeing and, fashion finishes such as whiskers and sandblasting.
Systems such as an enterprise wide resource planning (ERP) system allowing online integration of the whole manufacturing process and, GSD for time study and control of the apparel manufacturing process are also used to improve efficiency. This use of relevant and up to date technology in a completely vertical operation allows Beximco to offer extremely short lead times for competitively priced world class products to business partners including Phillips Van Heusen and Oxford Industries. Beximco currently sells to retailers such as Zara, GAP, JC Penney, Federated Stores, NEXT, H&M brands including DKNY, Hugo Boss, Polo, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Levi’s Dockers, Geoffrey Beene and Arrow among others.

Beximco offers partners a one-stop shop for fabric and apparel. This means shorter lead times, no port congestion, in-house delivery of fabric to own garment factories, and partial fabric deliveries to begin immediate production for short lead times. This allows for quick response to changing fashion cycles and rigorous attention to quality throughout the complete production process.
With the entire supply channel vertically integrated from research, design & product development, fiber through spinning, weaving, knitting, processing, garment production and washing, Beximco offers the most technically advanced and efficient resource in the country for textile and apparel buyers the world over.


The textiles division of-Beximco incorporates the following companies.

  • Beximco Textiles Ltd.

  • Beximco Knitting Ltd.

  • Beximco Apparels Ltd.

  • Beximco Denims Ltd.

  • Beximco Fashion Ltd.

  • Beximco Synthetics Ltd.

  • Padma Textile Mills Ltd.

  • Asses Fashion Ltd.

The flagship of the Textiles Division is amongst the most modern and technologically advances mills in South Asia. Using state-of-the-art equipment coupled with the highest caliber of technical support, the mill is equipped to produce over 100,000 yards a day of a wide range of high quality woven processed fabric.
The capability includes yarn dyed and piece dyed fabrics, dobby, seersucker, oxford, sateen, poplin, light twills and special double counts in 100% cotton and also cotton blends including polyester, Lycra and Tencel.

Fabrics are available in a variety of finishes such as peach, wet peach, water repellant Teflon, chintz, easy care, aero finish and wrinkle free. New finishes are constantly being researched and developed in keeping with identified market needs.

Beximco Knitting Ltd. is equipped with modern machinery from leading manufacturers such as Camber, Thies, Ruckh, Dornier and Santex among others. With capabilities such as computer controlled colour kitchens and facilities for singeing, mercerization, and reactive, vat and pigment dyeing, the mill has a daily production capacity of 20 tons of processed knit fabric. Beximco can offer a whole range of fine quality cotton and cotton blends including Lycra and Tencel in wide variety of textures and finishes.
Current production of knit fabric is in weights ranging from 120gsm to over 300gsm and includes jersey, 1x1 rib, interlock, pique, needle out textures, ottomans, waffle knit, flat back ribs, single and double jacquards and engineered stripes.
With capabilities for specialized finishes such as soil resistant, UV protection, water resistant and antistatic, Beximco Knitting offers a complete range of high performance knit fabrics.

Beximco Denims Ltd. is a composite fabric mill with yarn dyeing, weaving and finishing facilities. A modern garment washing and dyeing plant enables fully integrated production capability for denim fabric and apparel.
The daily production capacity of over 30,000 yards of denim fabric ranges from 3.5oz. light weight denim for tops to heavy bottom weights up to 15 oz. Denim is produced using open, end/open end, ring/open end, and ring/ring yarns for different qualities. In addition to standard indigo denims, black, coloured dobby, overdyed, bull denims and slab and cross hatch denims are also produced. The product range includes Denim blends with polyester, lurex, Lycra and Tencel besides 100% cotton fabrications.
The partnership with Freshtex Germany gives Beximco the capability to offer world-class levels of innovation and cutting edge washing and finishing capabilities such as tinting, scraping and sandblasting for denims.


Beximco Fashions Limited -an unit of Beximco Textile Division is a 100% Export Oriented Garment Industry. Beximco Fashion Limited is located at Dhaka Export Processing Zone at Savar Dhaka and it has started its commercial production during the July 1997. The company is a vertically integrated garment producer using in house fabrics Beximco Fashions Limited comprises of.

  • Beximco Fashions Limited produces over 6 million pcs of high quality dress shirts for some ladies brands and retails in USA and Europe.

  • The Company is managed by a group of professionals including expatriates & aims at producing high quality garments through an effective quality control system right from sourcing of fabric to end product. The number of employees at the end of 2005 is 2,355.


Beximco Synthetics Limited (the "Company"), a member of the BEXIMCO Group, was incorporated in Bangladesh as a public limited company. It commenced commercial operation in July 1994 and went for public issue of shares and debentures in 1993.
The shares of the Company are listed in the Dhaka and Chittagong stock exchanges of Bangladesh and the debentures of the Company are listed in the Dhaka Stock Exchange of Bangladesh.  The registered office of the Company is located at House No.17, Road No.2, Dhanmondi Residential Area, Dhaka-1205. The industrial units are located at Kashaimpur, Savar, Dhaka.


Padma Textile Mills Limited was the first Yarn producing company in the division and started off in 1989 with 27000 spindles setting unparalleled standards in yarn quality and growing to 70000 spindles in the span of just five years. With 119520 spindles, Padma Textile mills ltd., yarn-spinning capacity is the largest in Bangladesh.

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