Would you prefer the classic training method?
No problem, Biermann Services offers that too. First, please indicate your interest in a course topic, using our online form. We will contact you to discuss further details such as date, group size (ideal for up to 20 participants), travel costs and accommodation. We will also send you a questionnaire about your wishes and needs. Based on your answers, we will create an individual training plan for you. This guarantees a high degree of fulfilment of your expectations. Only after you have approved the training plan or program is the course booking confirmed. Classic training courses must be paid in advance, before transfer and hotel booking of the trainer.
Smart supply chain for textiles
From error prevention to intelligent approaches for the textile trade.
Smart Supply Chain is a training course that systematically imparts basic textile knowledge, for more efficient communication and fewer misunderstandings at the typical interfaces of the textile trade. The most important criteria for defining quality are explained, using practical examples. Defects in textile fabrics are presented and analyzed, with solutions for their prevention. The causes of defects are classified according to material selection, yarn properties and fabric production. Defects caused by dyeing, finishing, packaging and transport are also covered.
The course is designed for anyone working at the interfaces of textile trade. From yarn purchasing and sales to fabric manufacturers (knitters, weavers) and trading companies and brands. Of course, the content is also of interest to quality representatives of spinning mills.
Intelligent Spinning Mill Management
A recipe for a successful operation.
Only through the awareness of which attitude and kind of action determine the success of a spinning mill leads to an Intelligent Mill Management. The basic elements of quality management are listed and key performance indicators for each process step of a cotton ring spinning mill are specified and explained. Intelligent management by setting and tracking KPIs.
The course is designed for spinning mill owner and manager. As well as quality and maintenance manager of ring spinning mills. Of course, the content is also of interest to any person who works in textile education, machine manufacture and fiber supply.
Additional days can be booked for a mill audit, followed by a discussion of the results and the creation of a roadmap with implementation recommendations.
Uster Statistics and its Practical Application in the Textile Industry
Using the industry’s global benchmarks.
Uster Statistics – everyone knows these global benchmarks…or soon will at this seminar. They have great potential for application in daily textile practice. As well as a general explanation of their development, the seminar will include many concrete examples of their benefits for spinning mill managers, quality managers, yarn buyers and sellers – as well as trading houses. A second practical part describes how a yarn for a single jersey T-shirt can be defined using Uster Statistics.
Know …. How.
It is often noted in textile practice that a yarn is defined with insufficient or incorrect specifications for its required end-use. Sometimes it is lucky that the yarn delivered supports the required fabric or processing behavior. This course focuses on creating a good yarn profile. Learn what effect each yarn property will have – and develop suitable yarn profiles for single jersey T-shirts, business shirts, terry towels and curtains.
Applied Statistics in the Textile Industry
It’s really not witchcraft.
How to interpret and put into practice complex mathematical data for your process. Mean value, standard deviation, confidence interval, correlation… what does all this mean? With the help of practical examples, step by step statistical concepts are explained and applied. This makes it easier to define and discuss quality data later. Communication with business partners is simplified and misunderstandings about product definition and complaints can be reduced.