Friday , September 29 2023

# Forty Important Formulas to Profitable RMG Sectors

Forty important formulas are very essential for how profitable or increasing productivity and efficiency is in RMG sectors. Here we know the lots of formulas for maintaining day-to-day product performance. So, if you know the below formulas perfectively or implement them gradually in garments flooring. Obviously, the garments will be profitable in the future.

01. Target = 60 ÷ ( SMV x No. of worker x working hour x expected efficiency) .
02. Target = 60÷SMV.
03. Team target =(60÷SMV)x Present operator x Organization efficiency .
04. Target per day = Working hour x 60 x No. of operator / Target SMV.
05. Capacity=Average of total obserb time x 1.66 + 30% Allowance / 60.
06. Factory capacity=No. of operator x working minutes + Present % x average factory efficiency.
07. Capacity per day = Present operator x working hour x organization efficiency x Attendance.
08. Weekly capacity = No. of operators x Absenteesm x Clock minutes per week x Average factory efficiency.
09. Marker efficiency = Area of patterns in the marker / Total area of the marker x 100.
10. Load = (Contract size x work content) contract 1+ (Contract size x work content)
Contract 2 + etc.
11. Load = Order quantity x Work content (SMV of garments).
12. Observe time = Total cycle time / No. of cycle.
13. Basic time = Avarage of observe time X Rating %.
14. Sam = Basic time x Allowance.
15. Rating = Observe time x Standard rating / Standard rating.
16. Cycle time = 60 / Team target.
17. Pitch time = Total SMV / Present operator.
18. Efficiency = Earn hour / Available hour x 100
19. Efficiency = SMV / Total time.
20. Earn hour = (Production x SMV) / 60.
21. Available hour = Working hour x Use machine(Total manpower)
22. Performance = (Earn hour / Available hour – Off standard time) x 100.
23. Improvement = 1-(Production / Capacity).
24. Balancing efficiency = 1-Balancing loss.
25. Loss pcs = (60/SMV)x Available hours x avg factory effi. (61%) -Q.C Pass
26. Balancing loss = AML-TML/AMLx100.
27. Standard time = Net operation time x (1+ Ratio of loss time).
28. Daily output = Working hours (seconds) + Standard time.
29. Output per operator = Work hours (second) / Total time of operations.
30. Required No. of operators = Targeted daily output / Daily output per operator.
31. Target daily capacity = Daily work hours / Standard process time (SPT).
32. Daily capacity per worker = Daily capacity / No. of workers = Daily Work hours / Standard total processing.
33. Organization efficiency = Pitch time / Bottleneck process time (x100) = 100/140 x 100 = 71.4%
34. Upper limit = Pitch time / Target organization efficiency = 100 / 0.85 = 117.6 seconds.
35. Lower limit = 2 x Pitch time – Upper limit = 2 x 100 – 117.6 = 82.4 seconds.
36. Planned daily work flow = Daily work hours / Standard process time (SPT) x organization efficiency.
37. Accumulated average time = Daily work hours/AccumulatedxNo.of days standard No.of workers in
The group/No. of pieces produced.
38. SMV = Basic time + Allowance time + bundle time.
39. DHU = No. of defect observe / No. of garments checked.
39. Booking fabric K.G. = Order quantity / 12 x Fabric consumption per doz.
40. Garments K.G. = Total receive fabric kg – (Save return kg + Jhute kg + Wastage fabric kg)

The above formulas are used in the garments sector day by day to increase productivity and profitability respectively.

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