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Mr. Zeeshan Feroze, Managing Director of Master Textiles currently heading the Processing Section was invited to the Lahore School of Economics to deliver a lecture on “Operations Management” to a class of BBA (Hons) 3rd year on June 11, 2014.

After an overview of the Company, Mr. Feroze talked about how they were following the “Forever Green” strategy where they adhere to different standards such as the Oeko-Tex 100 for Dyes and Chemicals, ISO 9001 for Documentation, ISO 14000 for Environment, SA 8000 for Social Accountability, GOTS for Organic Cotton, Fair Trade Cotton, BIO for Organic and Re-cycled Polyester. His customers included ZARA, NEXT, Original Marine, and Tema. According to Mr. Feroze, Master Textiles is the third largest consumer, third largest exporter of cotton and second largest supporter of cotton with 450 spinning units which are currently under operation.

Their markets included Bangladesh, China, Turkey, Sri-Lanka, India and Vietnam. Specifics of Master Textiles were singeing design, bleaching and mercerizing. He further shared that their business strategy included quality products, skilled labor where matriculation was the minimum requirement, participation in exhibitions and forward and backward integration. They carried out regular outline and inline quality checks. He said that Master Textiles was facing energy issues and power supply issues, shortage of gas, law and order situation.


posted by S A J Shirazi @ 6/24/2014 11:45:00 AM,

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