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National University of Modern Languages

Department of Management Sciences


Lahore Campus

INTERNSHIP REPORT ON
SAPPHIRE FIBERS LIMITED

SUBMITTED BY
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L-10783(M)

Bachelors of Business Administration


January 2009 to December 2010

INTERNSHIP REPORT ON
(SAPPHIRE FIBERS LIMITED)

Talha Siddiqui

Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements


For the degree of Master of business
Administration
at

National University of Modern Languages


Lahore Pakistan
December 2013
Copyright by Talha Siddiqui. 2013

National University of Modern Languages, Lahore


Faculty of Management Sciences

It is hereby certified that the report has been thoroughly and carefully read and recommend to the
Faculty of Management Sciences for acceptance of Final Internship Report by Kamran Alvi. Roll
No 10783. Session (Jan 2009 to December 2010) Morning, in partial fulfillment of the
requirement for the degree of Master of Business Administration of National University of
Modern Languages Lahore.
Date:

Supervisor Name ___________________________


Supervisor Signature_________________________
Panel Member Name ________________________
Panel Member Signature______________________

Head of the Department______________________

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
The person is not a perfect in all context of his life. He has the limited mind and mind thinking
approaches. It is guidance form the Almighty Allah that shows the man light in the darkness and
the person find his way in this light. Without his helping light, person is nothing but a helpless
creation.
The teaching of Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) were also the continuous source of
guidance for me especially his order to getting knowledge and fulfilling once duty honestly was
key motivation force for me.
With prayer of my Parents and sport of my Teachers it becomes possible to formulate this
report. I pay high regards to them.
I am also thankful to all my friends and class fellows who helped me and provided me support
for completing this hard task.
I feel deeply thankful to all my teachers for provision of immeasurable, priceless and valuable
co-operation and support for this project.
I would also like to thanks SAPPHIRE FIBERS LIMITED for provision of valuable guidance
and information. I found every one very co-operative and helpful for providing me in the
theoretical as well as practical knowledge about the function and operation of the bank.

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LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL

Head of Management Sciences Department,


National University of Modern Languages,
Lahore Campus,
Respected Sir,
It is to present you the internship report which is executed at SAPPHIRE FIBERS LIMITED as
required by the university as a degree requirement for MBA program.
This report has been prepared in accordance with the guideline issued by the department. The
report is practical application of whatever I have studied as a Master in Business Administration
of National University of Modern Languages. In this report, I have covered the introduction of
HMB, detail of my working and learning in the Bank, impact of internship in career in future.
During my internship days I was rotated in different department of the Bank and finally attached
with Executive of the entire department. I worked on different assignments given to me. I feel
that this experience would be of great help in future.
I have put all the efforts to summarize my knowledge and experience in this report, to make it
comprehensive and to meet readers expectations.
Yours Sincerely,
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT.....................................................................................II
LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL...........................................................................III
TABLE OF CONTENTS......................................................................................IV
1-INTRODUCTION OF THE COMPANY..........................................................1
1.1 Sapphire at Glance...1
1.2 Why Pakistan .1
1.3 Our Mission

.2

1.4 Our Values

.2

1.5 Our Customer 3


1.6 De-Merger

2-PRODUCTS..........................................................................................................7
2.1 Yorn

..7

2.1.1 Cotton........................................................................................................7
2.1.2 Dyed Yarn..................................................................................................7
2.2 Wovens..............................................................................................................8
2.2.1 Greige Woven Fabrics...............................................................................8
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2.2.2 Finished woven Fabrics.............................................................................9


2.3 Hardware Profile..............................................................................................10
2.2.3 Quality Assurance....................................................................................10
2.2.4 Knits.........................................................................................................11
2.2.5 Knitting Construction..............................................................................11
2.2.6 Fiber Blinds.............................................................................................12
2.2.6 Special Finishies......................................................................................12
2.2.7 Knitting....................................................................................................12
2.2.8 Dyeing.....................................................................................................13
2.2.9 Raw Materials for Fabric.........................................................................13
3 DEPARTMENTS...................................................................................................14
3.1 The Manufacturing Process of Fabric.........................................................14
3.2 Preparation..................................................................................................15
3.3 Spinning......................................................................................................17
3.4 Weaving......................................................................................................18
3.4 Knitting- fabric manufacture......................................................................19
3.5 Fabric Design and Dyeing..........................................................................20
3.4 Types of Fabric Design...............................................................................21
3.5 Dyeing........................................................................................................21
3.6 Continuous Dyeing.....................................................................................22
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3.7 Batch Dyeing..............................................................................................22


3.8 Basic Machines Involved in Dyeing...........................................................23
3.8.5 Raw Materials for Dyes...........................................................................23
3.9 Types of dyeing process..............................................................................24
3.10 Issues in Dyes Manufacturing..................................................................25
3.11 Printing Methods......................................................................................28
3.12 Wood Block Printing (Relief)...................................................................28
3.13 Preliminary Quality control......................................................................30
3.14 Quality Control Inspection on the machines............................................31
3.15 Mending....................................................................................................32
4- FINANCIAL AND SWOT ANALYSIS...........................................................39
3.1 Cash Flow Statement 39
3.2 INCOME STATEMENT.......................................................................................40
3.3 Statement Of Financial Position

41

3.4 RATIO ANALYSIS.............................................................................................42


3.4.1 Profitability..............................................................................................42
3.4.2 Returns to Shareholders...........................................................................42
3.4.3 Activity....................................................................................................43
3.4.4 Liquidity..................................................................................................43
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3.5 SWOT ..............................................................................................................48


3.1 Strengths.....................................................................................................48
3.2 WEAKNESS.....................................................................................................48
3.3 OPPORTUNITIES...............................................................................................49
3.4 Threats........................................................................................................50
5-WORK DONE BY ME......................................................................................51
5-CONCLUSION& RECOMMENDATIONS....................................................53
REFERENCE........................................................................................................54

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CHAPTER 1

INTRODUCTION
1.1 Sapphire at Glance
One of the largest manufacturers and exporters of textile products in Pakistan, Sapphire
technology comes from Europe, Japan and USA. Capitalizing on the regions principal crop,
cotton, we source this locally, and augment our offerings by providing imported fiber from the
worlds best crops. We work with specialized fibers bringing in the newest innovations from
major fiber and chemical producers, and our manufacturing from yarn to finished fabric is
performed in our facilities in Pakistan. Synergies are formed with offshore garment
manufacturing companies. Our products are marketed to the industry's biggest names in Asia,
Europe, Australia, and North America.
Over 14,000 employees. Annual turnover US $ 435 Million
1.2 Why Pakistan

Pakistan has one of the largest canal irrigation systems in the world.
Fourth largest grower in the World.
Textile accounts for over 60 % of the total exports.
Most modern and organized textile production setup.
More than 50 years history of accumulated textile know-how.
Well-established infrastructure of textile management and skilled labor.
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CHAPTER 1

INTRODUCTION

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1.1 Sapphire at Glance

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