JTST  Vol.6 No.4 , November 2020
Costing Break Down of Fully Fashioned Knitwear
Abstract: Fully fashioned knitwear has a problem that the texture and dimension of the garment, consumption and costing cannot be decided until the pattern is sincerely knitted and carried out environs of stipulations involved in the knitting process. The study finds out a total regular consumption, costing system and its parameters that are required to make a cost sheet of knitwear (sweater). The analysis gives the complete manner of sweater costing with the recommended aid of inspecting the elements that have an impact on costs. Required consumption and costing techniques such as yarn, trims, accessories, testing, rate of manufacturing and FOB are on hand in this study about exhibiting a special model of costing. The cost sheet consists of huge costs incurred at an extensive range of tiers of business operations. The analysis intends to show off from received tech pack to closing cost sheet. Therefore, the producers will obtain a sturdy reflection of a sweater costing method. Effective costing suggests the way to exist in this internationally competitive market.
Cite this paper: Mohibullah, A. , Takebira, U. , Islam, S. , Robin, M. , Shipto, M. , Ahmed, R. , Rabby, M. and Zaman, L. (2020) Costing Break Down of Fully Fashioned Knitwear. Journal of Textile Science and Technology, 6, 153-167. doi: 10.4236/jtst.2020.64013.

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