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IMPACT OF ECONOMICAL AND MANAGERIAL FACTORS INFLUENCING THE PERFORMANCE OF TEXTILE INDUSTRY IN KADUNA STATE-NIGERIA-converted

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ABSTRACT

Nigeria’s textile industry is the second largest textile industry in Africa employing thousand of workforce and millions of indirect workers. It has been identified as the dependable  employer of labour and source of financial security for most Nigeria youths the sector employed 25% workers in the nation’s manufacturing sector. The textile industry has one of the most complicated industrial chain in the manufacturing industry. This study however, is aimed at known the impact of economical managerial factors affecting the performance of textile industries in Kaduna state Nigeria. Descriptive and explanatory survey method was adopted for the study and using yamane’s sample selections formula 340 copies of questionnaire were distributed to the five selected textile industries staff for analysis. Following the findings of the study using various method including multiple regression model, it shows statistical level of impact those economical and managerial factors namely (electricity, water, petroleum, qualification of employees and managerial style) have on performance of textile industries in Kaduna state Nigeria. Finally the study recommended the provision of adequate and stable power supply to textile industries by providing an independent power source and availability of petroleum product and water at low cost to the industries. Consequently qualified staff should be employed in all the available positions in the industry and the managerial style of leader should be favourably accepted by the workers. 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page

Title page………………………………………………………………………..

Dedication……………………………………………………………………… Declaration……………………………………………………………………. Certification…………………………………………………………………… Acknowledgement……………………………………………………………. Table of Contents……………………………………………………………..

List of Tables.…………………………………………………………………

List of Figures………………………………………………………………… Abstract………………………………………………………………………..

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1  Background of the study………………………………………………….

1.2  Statement of the problem…………………………………………………

1.3  Research objectives……………………………………………………….

1.4  Research hypothesis………………………………………………………

1.5  Significance of the study………………………………………………….

1.6  Scope and Limitation of the Study………………………………………

1.7  Abbreviations and definitions of terms used…………………………...

1.8  Organization of the study………………………………………………..


 

CHAPTER TWO

LITERATURE REVIEW

2.1 Energy

2.2 Electricity

2.3 Water

2.4 Petroleum

2.5 Qualification of employees

2.6 Managerial style

2.7 Some waste in textile  

2.8 Waste reduction and control

2.9 Performance

CHAPTER THREE

AN OVERVIEW OF THE PERFORMANCE OF TEXTILE INDUSTRY

3.1 Background

3.2 Meaning and set up of textile industry

3.3 Rise and fall of the industry

3.4 Brief history of Nigeria

3.5 Brief history of Kaduna State

3.6.1 United Nigerian textiles plc and its operations

3.6.2 Chellco industries limited and its operation

3.6.3 Botheven industries and its operations

3.6.4 Vitafoam (jafco) industries limited and its operations

3.6.5 Zaria industries limited and its operations

CHAPTER FOUR

 METHODOLOGY AND THEORETICAL FRAME WORK

4.1 Research methodology

4.1.1 Research design

4.1.2 population of the study

4.1.3 Sample size and sampling technique

4.1.4 Instrumentation and operationalization

4.1.5 Validity and reliability of instrument

4.1.6 Controls for measurement errors

4.1.7 Technique of data analysis

4.1.8 Ethical consideration

4.1.9 Pilot/preliminary test

4.2 Theoretical frame work of the research
CHAPTER FIVE

RESULT AND DISCUSSION

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Respondent characteristic

5.3 Data screening

5.3.1 Missing Data

5.3.2  Outlier

5.3.3  Normality test

5.4 Measurement module

5.5 Testing of hypothesis

5.5.1 Hypothesis 1

5.5.2 Hypothesis 2

5.5.3 Hypothesis 3

5.5.4 Hypothesis 4

5.5.5 Hypothesis 5

5.6 Discussion of findings

CHAPTER SIX

SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION

6.0 Introduction

6.1 Summary

6.2 Conclusion

6.3 Recommendation

6.4 Suggestion for further studies

6.5 Contribution to knowledge

Bibliography                

 


 

LIST OF TABLES

Table 2.1:   Table showing typical specific energy consumption (kw/h/kg) for yarn, with different yarn count and final use (wearing Vs knitting)

Table 2.2:   Table showing share of manufacturing cost factor for 20 tex combed cotton yarn in several countries in 2003

Table 2.3    Electricity Consumption per 1000 Spindle for Each Plant/Process

Table 2.4:   Relationship between Production Rationalization Technique and Energy Saving

Table 2.5:   Table shows various textile process, waste & emission

Table 2.6:   Table showing wet, intermediate & dry textile process

Table 2.7:   Shows Advantages and Disadvantages of Petroleum

Table 3.1:   Growth and decline of the Nigerian textile industry

Table 3.2:   Table showing top period of history of textile industry in Nigeria

Table 3.3:   Table showing list of some textile industries in Nigeria and their addresses

Table 3.4:   Table showing list of top 10 currently operating textile companies in Nigeria that are engaged in producing clothing and textile items

Table 3.5:   Shows share holding structure of ZIL

Table 4.1:   The summary of the instrumentation and operationalisation of construct

Table 4.2:   Summation of reliability study using spss version 20

Table 5.1:   Reliability Test

Table 5.2:   Distribution of Respondents Socio-Demographic Characteristic

Table 5.2.1: Distribution of Respondents Socio-Demographic Characteristics

Table 5.3:   Function of Electricity to power manufacturing process

Table 5.4:   Water is an essential raw material in dyeing and steam generation

Table 5.5: Petroleum provide lighting and lubricants for machinery and raw materials

Table 5.6:   Qualification of employees for particular position

Table 5.7:   Managerial style: process used to motivate and influence others to work

Table 5.8:   Performance: accomplishment of certain defined task or objective

Table 5.9:   Model Summary (electricity)

Table 5.9.1: ANOVAa (electricity)

Table 5.9.2: Coefficientsa (electricity)

Table 5.10:          Model Summary (Water)

Table 5.10.1: ANOVAa (Water)

Table 5.10.2 Coefficientsa (water)

Table 5.11 Model Summary (Petroleum)

Table 5.11.1: ANOVAa (Petroleum)

Table 5.11.2: Coefficient (Petroleum)

Table 5.12:          Model Summary (qualification of employees)

Table 5.12.1 ANOVAa (Qualification of employees)

Table 5.12.2: Coefficienta (Qualification of employees)

Table 5.13:          Model Summary (Managerial Style)

Table 5.13.1: ANOVAa (managerial style)

Table 5.13.2: Coefficienta (Managerial style)

Table 5.14:          Model Summary (Performance)

Table 5.14.1: ANOVAa (Performance)

Table 5.14.2: Coefficienta (Performance)

 


 

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 2.1:           Polyester outline showing electricity and steam usage

Figure 2.2:           Acetate outline showing electricity and steam usage

Figure 2.3:           Machine Drive Electricity Used as a Percentage of Delivered Energy

Figure 2.4:           The Example of Typical Spinning Process and Energy Use

Figure 2.5:            The Example of Weaving Process and Energy Used

Figure 2.6:           Diagram of a Power Plant

Figure 2.7:           A pie chart showing breakdown of final energy use in spinning plant Chart A and B

Figure 2.8:           Diagram showing the breakdown of the typical electricity used in a composite textile plant.


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