Today competition is truly global. Higher product quality is required for a company to become more competitive both local and in international market, and quality is the ultimate weapon. With the increasing global pressure of quality requirements, the traditional concept of quality control must be expanded to the concept of Quality Management System (QMS). Quality management system relies on people and involves everyone. Most of the Textile industries in Ethiopia are suffering with quality related problems such as: poor quality of raw materials, poor performance of products, high rework and scrap, poor utilization of the resources, low productivity, and customer dissatisfaction. Therefore, this investigation has focused on how these problems could be removed with the help of QMS. Based on the survey of four textile industries and two case studies (Bahirdar and Akaki textile share companies), nine major components have been identified for QMS implementation in Ethiopian textile industries. QMS provides consistency and satisfaction in terms of methods, materials, equipment, and interacts with all activities of the companies.