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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY, GANDHINAGAR

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Plant layout is the spatial arrangement and configuration of departments, work stations, machinery and equipment used in the conversion process. Layout of an apparel production plant directs the flow of materials and work-in-process from start till its completion and integrates material handling and equipment. An efficient layout has the flexibility to be changed to meet requirements of the product line, delivery schedules, and anticipated volume. Safety is a major consideration in plant layout. Fire and safety codes, emergency and accessible exits, open traffic areas, etc. must all be a part of layout plans. The following factors should be taken into consideration while planning a layout: * Minimization of manufacturing costs * Efficient work flow * Minimization of work transfer * Provision of future expansion * Selection of Factory Site | Demographic, Infrastructural, Natural and Social factors should be considered before selecting a location for a factory site.
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