Work quality management in the textile industry attempts to explain the importance of maintaining work quality which helps the industry to achieve stability and longer term results.
Textile manufacturing companies try to achieve quality and productivity by installing the latest technology and paying large salaries to those in the top level of the organization, but do not address the basic requirements of clean administration, improving the quality of work, or developing harmony among staff. Management can often get carried away by short term plans as they can look lucrative and therefore fail to make any effort to make the base stronger. Work quality management in the textile industry attempts to explain the importance of maintaining work quality which helps the industry to achieve stability and longer term results.
B. Purushothama, in his service of 40 years in the textile and garment industry, has worked in various capacities in Spinning, Maintenance, Projects, Quality Assurance and in Research. He is a Lead Auditor in ISO 9000 since 1994 and a Certified Quality Analyst from Tata Quality Management Services. The Textile Association (India) awarded him fellowship in 1985, and Institute of Engineers in 2009.