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Textile Industry

Textile Industry

The textile industry usually employs a large number of workers who perform many different operations. The management of the production teams, the rationing and payment of the achieved norms, the solution of the “bottlenecks” in the production and the management of the stocks are the main challenges for these companies.

Most often, companies in the textile industry are characterized by:

  • Inventory management by variants (model, color) and traceability of the finished product;
  • A large number of finished products from one batch;
  • A significant number of employees involved in the production process, so it is necessary to know each employee in which production operation is participating;
  • The number of operations / stages of production is large;
  • Remuneration of employees according to the established norm is an industry standard.

Textile Industry

Starting point for companies from sector

textlie industry

Starting from these positions, it is clear that use of business system that can administer, control and inform about production processes, and for all important parameters. Over the years, the team of ERP Agency has successfully implemented several projects in companies in the textile industry and gained excellent experience and recommendations in the industry.

Administration of processes in textile industry

The administration of the production process must allow:

  • Planning of resources (machines and employees);
  • Monitoring of materials and finished products by model, size and color;
  • Planning of materials;
  • Optimization of machine working time (production deadlines);
  • Written instructions (work orders) for employees, which determine resources, tools, materials, production operations, technological process and protective measures;
  • Standardization of operations and payment of bonuses for the achieved result;
  • Traceability of the finished product.

Business needs

The control process in textile factories allows early detection of “bottlenecks”, lack of materials or determines the need to re-plan work orders according to production conditions. The control also allows analysis / comparison between planned and actual production costs and thus calculation of real production costs. The control process also enables employees to monitor compliance with the norms and thus be rewarded for the results achieved.

System requirements in textile industry

Business systems must also provide quality information for all factory processes. Timely and accessible information in modern textile factories is essential to meet the expectations of customers, employees and management.

What did our team do in order to answer these requirements?

The team of ERP Agency together with http://incom.mk has developed custom modules, used in textile companies. Modules increased the work and administration efficiency of production. Special emphasis should we placed on warehouse management. It satisfies the need with the Warehouse Management solution, which successfully manages micro – locations, variants, etc. and is used on PDAs fully integrated with the business system.


The digitalization of the production process is a step that must be taken by all production companies. Over the years, our team has worked on a number of digitalization projects in Bulgaria, Macedonia, Kosovo, Albania, Serbia, Slovenia and has helped many companies to improve their business processes. We would like to share this experience with you. Your business can be more profitable once you apply this experience.

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List of common problems

  • Lots are managed manually;
  • High extra costs due to unused materials;
  • There are no written work orders, with instructions, blueprints, precautions, operations;
  • Employee remuneration is not based on measurable parameters;
  • Materials, especially smaller quantities, often remain in warehouses for years;
  • Machines and staff are not used optimally;
  • The actual production cost is unknown.

Case study - textile industry

Josiba Protect – Skopje

Number of employees: 40

Year of implementation: 2013

Implemented packages:

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