Product Quality Monitoring

Quality Monitoring is an obsession at Vinayaga Garments. We have adopted a Total Quality management System (TQM) program. This ensures greater quality and productivity. Through our unprecedented involvement in every step of the manufacturing process, we have raised the bar for quality standards.

Our team comprising of personnel trained in ‘garment manufacturing technology’ maintains a strict vigil on the quality. They inspect each style before it goes on to the production line, examining every requirement from sewing to packing. An operation breakdown and machine specification list is prepared for each style.

Vinayaga Uniforms is now in the process of adopting the Lean Production Method . This process involves going deeply into the manufacturing activities and adopting holistic and sustainable approach that uses less of everything to give us more. The quality department maintains the quality standards from stores, sampling, cutting, production, finishing and final packing.

The following methods are used to maintain the quality standards in each department.

  • Inspecting 30 pcs/hr in every operation by the inline.
  • 100% Inspection for Abnormal Measurements.
  • 100% End Line Inspection for Sewing Mistakes.
  • 100% Inspection for Appearance.
  • 100% Inspection Abnormal Design.


Product delivering process



Once the design is finalized, expert cutters cut sample uniforms of different sizes as per the design specifications. First-cut stitches are examined by experts and modifications, or corrections are carried out. A few rounds of refinement in the uniform manufacturing process brings out the perfect uniform.



Your vendor should be capable of producing uniforms exactly as per design specs given. The designers should not make even a slight deviation to the color, fabric and design.  Logos, Emblems, and other brand identities should be displayed properly.



Before making final uniform manufacturing process, the garments team will check the fabric, buttons and zippers, label, seams and hems, pull and scrunch tests, and if any discoloration.



In the last steps of making a product retail-ready, garments are folded, tagged, sized, and packaged according to customer specifications. Also, garments may be placed in protective plastic bags, either manually or using an automated system, to ensure that the material stays clean during delivery. Lastly, garments are placed in cardboard boxes and ready to client distribution centers to eventually be sold in retail stores.



Delays or partial submissions hamper your image in front of the employees. It also creates dissatisfaction or unnecessary gossips in the organization that hampers the productivity. Discuss the timelines in advance and give some buffer time to the vendor. However, the deliveries should not be delayed. There should be a penalty clause in case of part shipments or delays.


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