From Fabric Consumption to Warehouse Optimization

Unravelling the Strategic Journey of Gul Ahmed


  • Hamid Fraz Rao SZABIST - Karachi
  • Rabia Shah SZABIST - Karachi
  • Fiza Rehman SZABIST - Karachi



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This case study explores the challenges faced by Gul Ahmed, a leading textile company, in managing its raw material and finished goods inventory. The company encountered issues related to excess fabric consumption, resulting in surplus inventory and limited warehouse space. Additionally, the rejection of garments during the manufacturing process added to the inventory dilemma. The company's management team, realizing the need for a sustainable solution, convened a meeting to discuss potential strategies to address the storage and inventory management issues. This case study highlights the critical importance of efficient inventory management, space utilization, and the need for proactive planning to mitigate future threats. The findings emphasize the significance of analysing and optimizing raw material consumption and devising strategies for utilizing excess inventory, ensuring long-term profitability and sustainability for the company.


Inventory Mangement, Resource Optimization, Sustainable Solution, Proactive Planning



How to Cite

Rao, H. F., Shah, R., & Rehman, F. (2023). From Fabric Consumption to Warehouse Optimization: Unravelling the Strategic Journey of Gul Ahmed. International Journal of Trends and Innovations in Business & Social Sciences, 1(2), 56–59.



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