Presentation on Textile Spinning Mill

Presentation on Textile Spinning Mill

Mohammad Mahbubur Rahman
Post Graduate Diploma in Textile Industry Management (PGD-TIM)
Bangladesh University of Textiles (BUTEX)


Textile spinning mill is the foundation of all entire process in textile industry. As the initial stage in the journey from raw fibers to finished fabrics, the spinning mill plays a vital role in transforming basic materials into the essential building blocks of the textile supply chain. In this presentation I will discuss in the perspective of M.HOSSAIN COTTON SPINNING MILLs (PVT.) LTD.



  • Factory Area: 100000 Sqft.
  • Total Spindles: 26976
  • Project Cost: 100 Crore Tk
  • Manpower: 552
  • Daily Production: 12000 kgs
  • Count Range: 20Ne ~ 60Ne
  • A/C Plant: With Chiller
  • Project M/C’s: Rieter, Toyota, Jingwei, Muratec, Savio
  • Power: Natural Gas
  • Certificates: ISO,GOTS,GRS,OCS,RGS


  • Factory Area: 150000 Sqft.
  • Total Spindles: 34560
  • Project Cost: 200 Crore Tk
  • Manpower: 750
  • Daily Production: 20000 Kgs
  • Count Range: 20Ne ~ 80Ne
  • A/C Plant: With Chiller
  • Project M/C’s: Rieter,Toyota, Rieter (Auto Doff), Muratec
  • Power: Natural Gas, Diesel, REB
  • Certificates: ISO, GOTS, GRS, OCS, RGS


Turn Over:

  • Raw Materials: 2903722 + 6097818 = 9001540Tk/day
  • Salary & Wages: 15000000 Tk/Month
  • Spare Parts: 500000 Tk/Month
  • Electricity: 30000000 Tk/Month
  • Bank: 10000000 Tk/Month
  • Yarn Sales: 4368000 + 7280000 = 11648000 Tk/Day


  • Raw Materials: 100% cotton, Tencel, Viscose
  • Type: Knit & Woven
  • Process: Kard, Comb, Kard Compact, Comb Compact
  • Count(Ne) Knit: 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 40
  • Count(Ne) Woven: 30, 40, 45, 50, 53, 60, 80


  • SIBL
  • DBBL
  • IFIC BANK etc.


  1. Spinning Production Management
  2. Human Resource Management
  3. Compliance
  4. Quality Management
  5. Sample/Product Development/Research & Development

A. Spinning Production Management

1. Flow Chart of Spinning:

Blow Room – Bale Opening & Cleaning

Carding – Card Sliver

Drawing (Breaker) – Breakerd Sliver

Drawing (Finisher)- Finish Sliver

Simplex – Roving

Ring Frame – Yarn

Winding – Yarn Package

2. Management:

  • Sr. Manager/Manager
  • Assistant Manager
  • Sr.PO
  • PO
  • APO
  • Line Man
  • Operator
  • Learner

3. Swot Analysis:

a) Strength:

  • High Speed
  • High Production
  • Low Cost of Production
  • More Profit

b) Weakness:

  • Low productivity
  • Lack of management & technical management
  • Concentrated sales
  • High operating cost

c) Opportunities:

  • Huge market Demand
  • New technology
  • Genetic improvement

d) Threats:

  • Variation in the price of materials suppliers
  • Downward trend in pig prices
  • Economic crisis

B. Human Resource Management

1. Strength:

  • More Experience in respected area
  • High efficient managerial body

2. Weakness:

  • Lack of sufficient man power than productivity hamper

3. Opportunity:

  • Huge scope of career building in the human resource department
  • Job vacancy are available in HR department

4. Threats:

  • Fully different from others department

C. Compliance
The compliance department ensures that a business adheres to external rules and internal controls. In the financial services sector, compliance departments work to meet key regulatory objectives to protect investors and ensure that markets are fair, efficient and transparent. They also seek to reduce system risk and financial crime.

1. Strength:

  • Enabler & leader
  • Energetic & engaging
  • Agile & versatile
  • Dedicated & driven
  • Collaborator & facilitator

2. Weakness:

  • Limited technical acumen
  • Project management skills are needed
  • Fire fighting and reactive approaches to compliance

3. Opportunity:

  • Focus on integrity
  • Federated Governance, Risk Management & Compliance (GRC) focus
  • Improve compliance reporting

4. Threats:

  • Third party risk and compliance
  • Lack of competitive edge
  • Document centric approaches

D. Quality Management
Quality Management is the method of assessing the product quality, its resources and its environment. There are two type of quality SWOT analysis.

  1. Internal &
  2. External

a) Strength:

  • Strong vision & mission
  • Strong enrollment
  • Skillful management team
  • Financial resources

b) Weakness:

  • Poor Tangible
  • Incompetent and old age staff
  • Inadequate budget

c) Opportunity:

  • Develop reputation
  • Attractive salary package

d) Threats:

  • Loss of reputation
  • Losing skillful human capital
  • Possible loss of some supportive governors

E. Sample / Product Development / Research & Development

1. Strength:

  • Time Saving
  • Better use of knowledge
  • Resources saving
  • Boost of scientific innovation

2. Weakness:

  • Extensive training required
  • Managerial changes required
  • Limitation of the creative process

3. Opportunity:

  • Faster product release to market
  • Groundbreaking ideas and product development
  • Minimize wastage of resources
  • Market control

4. Threats:

  • Financial: high expenditure during implementation
  • Division of staff culture perspective
  • Delay in product design

Next 5 Years Production Improvement

YearTarget Production(kg)Achievement (kg)Improvement


Thanks to Allmighty of Allah then the EDC in BUTex. Who give me the opportunity Post Graduate Diploma in Textile Industry Management (PGD-TIM) Program in Bangladesh University Textiles (BUTex), As a Sr. Manager in an organization (M. Hossain Cotton Spinning Mills Pvt. Ltd. ). I have found this program undoubtedly helpful for my career development and also personal development. After 8 Month of training from BUTex, (Term 1 and term 2) I started internship in M.Hossain Cotton Spinning Mills Pvt. Ltd. Moikoly, Rupganj, Narayanganj. My journey with M. Hossain Cotton Spinning Mills Pvt. Ltd. was very delightful from the very beginning of the company of top to bottom of this company was very friendly, helpful and cooperative. They guided me not just as an intern, but as a family here. I learnt the corporate behavior, workflow of an manufacturing factory. Closely I observed the interrelationship of departments, how each section carries out their operations. In this Presentation on Spinning Mill describe the processes and innovations that define the backbone of the textile industry.


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