Personnel management needs to train and motivate technicians and employees, cultivate team spirit, and maintain a culture of continuous improvement. This is the need for reform, and it is also the need to produce qualified products with the least inferior materials. It is best to use "zero" defect materials to ensure commercial success. The challenges of commercialization and mass production of products are the same as those faced at the beginning of research and development in the laboratory, and perhaps greater, because in general, the quality of technicians is less than that of laboratory personnel. There is a certain degree of repetition of work, so every detail needs to be patiently paid attention to in the whole process, especially in high-speed production, because many defective fabrics have been produced before the defects are found. Regular maintenance and careful cleaning of the machine are also very necessary.
Environmental factors are becoming more and more important. Governments and local authorities are committed to improving air quality by reducing the generation of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and other emissions. Good air quality is not only conducive to human health and safety, but also can restrain global warming and climate change. Some restrictive measures have now been introduced, mainly to prevent the discharge and use of potentially toxic chemical agents in the compounds used in the coating industry. Reducing the amount of waste that needs to be landfilled and encouraging waste recycling will also help the development of coating and laminating industries in the textile industry.