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Ibrahim Khalil achieves STB Black Belt in fabric technology

Ibrahim Khalil student of Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology has achieved Setting Transformation Blueprint (STB) Black Belt through his 4 months’ intensive journey of 128 hours of factory skill development training in 8 different courses and 128 hours of practical project work at Fatullah Dyeing and Calendering Mills Ltd regarding lab to bulk right first time.

Project Leader Md. Rahat Ullah Rashed, Head Of Technical Support Taiwan Persotex Corporation, Md. Eousup Novee, GM-HR & Strategy of Textile Today, Tareq Amin, Founder & CEO of Textile Today handed over the certificate to Ibrahim Khalil at the Textile Today premises.

Figure: Ibrahim Khalil receiving Setting Transformation Blueprint (STB) Black Belt certificate.

Md. Rahat Ullah Rashed said, “The project outcome is extraordinary. Though it is tough to implement lab to bulk RFT in any factory considering the organization culture, but if we can implement it, factories will be greatly benefitted and it is clearly shown in this project.”

Md. Eousup Novee commented, “Khalil had extensively worked with the lab to bulk dyeing RFT. He learned Fabric Technology with the long-proven Industry Experts for achieving STB Black Belt.”

Md. Shamsul Hoque, General Manager, Fatullah Dyeing & Calendering Mills Ltd. Was the Industry Supervisor of this project.

“I think the knowledge and experience I have gathered in this journey will help me in career growth,” an ecstatic Ibrahim Khalil expressed after achieving the Black Belt certification.

Khalil’s project focuses on achieving targeted results from lab to bulk in the first go. This means at every coloring the targeted shade should be achieved the very first time, thus not requiring re-dyeing or re-correcting shade by adding dyes/chemicals.

Usually, light shade gets lighter and dark shade gets darker in bulk production following the lab recipe. From the lighter or darker shade to desired shade it takes a multiple number of adjustments.

It is not only a tiresome and complicated process but also a wastage of valuable time and resources. To avoid this adjustment, we need a lab recipe and an SOP which will give the right shade in the first time, and that was the learning of the project.

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