Apparel Manufacturing Handbook: Analysis, Principles and Practice
This revised & expanded version of an industry classic is now available. Author Jacob Solinger's original, highly acclaimed book was initially printed by Van Nostrand Reinhold in 1980 & immediately found its way into the libraries of apparel executives throughout the US. In addition, schools & businesses use the handbook for fast information regarding almost every aspect of the apparel business. Now, Bobbin Blenheim Media Corp. has published the second edition, with updated information to reflect the developments of the past decade.
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The Approach Needed to Solve Problems and Conflicts2 4 The Fundementals of
parel Production2 5 Basic Types of Apparel Production Processes3 6 Defining Apparel
Production Control Charts490 23 Production Control Reports494 24 Production
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