What is Non woven Fabric Consumption
What is Non woven Fabric Consumption

What is Non woven Fabric Consumption

What is Non woven Fabric Consumption

Calculate Non woven Fabric Consumption from fiber to garments of a short sleeve Men’s Tee Shirt based on bellow information:

  • Order Qty: 130560 pcs, Men’s and Ladies T-Shirt.
  • Weight of fabric: 140 GSM
  • Per piece garment price is 1.65 USD
  • Consumption of this particular style is 2.30 kg per dozen
  • Reference: Buyer-Bella, ATL#5054, Order No: 3001/6004(34008699) Men’s and Ladies Tee

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Non woven Fabric Consumption of selling price of garments:

Selling price of garments are = 130560*1.65 USD = 215424.0 USD

Calculation of finished fabric requirement:

We have to produce 130560/12 = 10880 dozen of T-Shirt

So, we need 10880*2.30 = 25024 kg knitted fabric of 140 GSM

Considering the pattern allowance 4% (Marker efficiency and fabric inevitable rejection)

So, total finished fabric we have to produce is 25024+25024*4% = 26025 kg (rounded)

Value of finished fabric:

Selling value of those fabrics to garmenting unit is 6.0 USD/ kg

So, Total finished fabric value = 156150 USD

Calculation of grey fabric requirement:

Let say, process loss in coloration (dyeing finishing) is 10%

So, we have to produce 26025+26025*10% kg = 28628 kg of grey fabric (rounded)

Calculation of yarn requirements:

Let say, knitting process loss is 0.5 %

So, yarn requirement is 28628+28628*0.5% kg = 28772 kg of yarn

Non woven Fabric Consumption of yarn:

Considering the 140 GSM fabric we have to choose 32’s combed cotton yarn which market price is 3.1 USD per Kg(in that particular time), Then total cost of yarn is 28772*3.1 = 89194 USD

Calculation of fiber requirement:

Let say, we get 73 kg combed cotton yarn from 100 kg of cotton fiber.

So, to make 28727 kg of combed cotton yarn we need (100*28727)/73 kg fiber

                                                                                                                = 39353 kg cotton fiber.

Note:

We can get 72 kg to 75 kg combed cotton yarn from 100 kg of cotton fiber, depending upon the fiber quality.

We can get 86 kg to 88 kg Carded cotton yarn from 100 kg of cotton fiber, depending upon the fiber quality.

Noil extraction in combing process is 13% to 18% depending upon the quality of fiber and yarn quality requirement.

Value of cotton fiber:

Let say, cotton fiber price of that particular moment (when order is executing) is 78 US cents per pound

So, cost of cotton fiber is (139353*0.78)/0.4536 USD =67671.0 USD

1 Pound is equal to 453.6 gram

Value addition in fiber to yarn form = {(89194-67671)*100}/67671 % = 31.80 %

Value addition in yarn to finish fabric form = {(156150-89194)*100}/89194 % = 75.07 %

Non woven Fabric Consumption in finish fabric to garment form = {(215424-156150)*100}/156150 % = 37.95 %

Another reference is Tesco, ATL#4946, Vest, Unit price is 1.85 USD

Case 2:

Calculate the value addition from fiber to garments of a short sleeve Men’s Tee Shirt based on bellow information:

Order Qty: 130560 pcs, Men’s and Ladies T-Shirt.

Weight of fabric: 140 GSM

Per piece garment price is 1.85 USD

Consumption of this particular style is 2.30 kg per dozen

Reference: Buyer-Tesco, ATL#4946, Order No:

Calculation of selling price of garments:

Selling price of garments are = 130560*1.65 USD = 215424.0 USD

Calculation of finished fabric requirement:

We have to produce 130560/12 = 10880 dozen of T-Shirt

So, we need 10880*2.30 = 25024 kg knitted fabric of 140 GSM

Considering the pattern allowance 4% (Marker efficiency and fabric inevitable rejection)

So, total finished fabric we have to produce is 25024+25024*4% = 26025 kg (rounded)

Value of finished fabric:

Selling value of those fabrics to garmenting unit is 6.0 USD/ kg

So, Total finished fabric value = 156150 USD

Calculation of grey fabric requirement:

Let say, process loss in coloration (dyeing finishing) is 10%

So, we have to produce 26025+26025*10% kg = 28628 kg of grey fabric (rounded)

Calculation non woven fabricof yarn requirements:

Let say, knitting process loss is 0.5 %

So, yarn requirement is 28628+28628*0.5% kg = 28772 kg of yarn

Value of yarn:

Considering the 140 GSM fabric we have to choose 32’s combed cotton yarn which market price is 3.1 USD per Kg(in that particular time), Then total cost of yarn is 28772*3.1 = 89194 USD

Fabric Consumptionof fiber requirement:

Let say, we get 73 kg combed cotton yarn from 100 kg of cotton fiber.

So, to make 28727 kg of combed cotton yarn we need (100*28727)/73 kg fiber

                                                                                                                = 39353 kg cotton fiber.

Note:

We can get 72 kg to 75 kg combed cotton yarn from 100 kg of cotton fiber, depending upon the fiber quality.

We can get 86 kg to 88 kg Carded cotton yarn from 100 kg of cotton fiber, depending upon the fiber quality.

Noil extraction in combing process is 13% to 18% depending upon the quality of fiber and yarn quality requirement.

Fabric Consumption of cotton fiber:

Let say, cotton fiber price of that particular moment (when order is executing) is 78 US cents per pound

So, cost of cotton fiber is (139353*0.78)/0.4536 USD =67671.0 USD

1 Pound is equal to 453.6 gram

Value addition in fiber to yarn form = {(89194-67671)*100}/67671 % = 31.80 %

Value addition in yarn to finish fabric form = {(156150-89194)*100}/89194 % = 75.07 %

Value addition in finish fabric to garment form = {(215424-156150)*100}/156150 % = 37.95 %

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