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  • Global Trends in Man-made Fibres
  • Natural Fibres vs MMF
    • Natural Fibres
      • Cotton, silk, wool and linen, all of which occur in nature, the opposite of fibres which are made from synthetics or chemicals
    • Man made Fibres
      • A fibre which is manufactured rather than occurring naturally, also called manufactured fibre such as such as acetate, nylon, polyester, acrylic etc.
  • Cotton and MMF Production Growth
    • source: PCI Fibres and cotton inc
    Cotton output stagnating
    • Polyester Staple Fiber and PFY
    • Viscose
    • Lycra (Filament form)
    • Nylon (Filament form)
    • Flax
    • Carbon Fiber
    • Polyamide
    • Chlorofibre
    • Polycarbamide
    • Conjugate Fiber
    • Glass Fiber
    • Polyethylene Fiber
    • Metal Fiber
    • Polypropylene
    • Metallic Polyurethane
    • Modal
    • Pp Fiber
    • Nylon
    • Rubber Fiber
    • Olefin
    • Saran
    • Pe Fiber
    • Sigrafil
    • Nano fibre
    • Acetate
    • Acrylic
    MMF consumed in the Rest of the World (ROW) MMF consumed in Pakistan MMF Produced in Pakistan
    • Polyester Staple Fiber
    • Polyester Filament yarn
    • Viscose
    • Acrylic
    • Lycra (Filament form)
    • Nylon (Filament form)
    • Flax
    • Polypropylene
    • Polyester Staple Fiber
    • Polyester Filament yarn
    • Viscose
    • Acrylic
  • Global Scenario – Fibres Mill Consumption
    • source: PCI Fibres 2007 estimates
      • Pakistan – Estimated numbers
  • Global Scenario – Fibres Demand at the Consumer Level
    • source: PCI Fibres 2007 estimates
      • Pakistan – Estimated numbers
    MMF PER CAPITA DEMAND: 10 kgs MMF PER CAPITA DEMAND: 8 kgs MMF PER CAPITA DEMAND: 2kgs MMF PER CAPITA DEMAND: 1.6 kgs MMF PER CAPITA DEMAND: 2kgs MMF PER CAPITA DEMAND: 12 kgs MMF PER CAPITA DEMAND: 1.1 kgs MMF PER CAPITA DEMAND: 1.6 kgs MMF PER CAPITA DEMAND: 11 kgs
  • Reasons for Low MMF Consumption in Pakistan
    • Low demand for Industrial Textiles and Non-Textile applications e.g. for the automobile industry, Geo Textiles, Filters, Carpets, Tents etc.
    • Climatic conditions (Hot/Humid) more suitable for cotton fabric usage
    • Preference for Cotton based fabrics and end products
    • Economics do not allow consumers to purchase quality items with varying blends
    • Higher cost of doing business opposite competing nations
    • Perceived as a low quality producer globally
    • Lack of marketing skills down the value added chain
    • Lack of technical skills for producing high quality products down the value added chain
    • Lack of machinery for high end products (Airjet/Waterjet vs Shuttleless looms, CAD etc.)
  • Pakistan’s Textile Industry Opposite Regional Players
    • Pakistan
    • Textile exports at USD 10.8bn
    • Perceived as a low quality manufacturer of semi-finished goods
    • Hardly any investment in the downstream over the last 5 years
    • No investment in product development
    • Lack of skill – Finishing processes
    • China
    • Textile exports at USD 144bn
    • Ability to offer full range products in the textile value chain
    • Largest purchaser of textile machinery in the world
    • Skill development for all products in the textile value chain
    • Continuous focus on product development
    • Runs education/innovation programs for textile
    • India
    • Textile exports at USD 15.2bn
    • Continuous product development adding to the product portfolio of the country
    • Various textile institutes to focus on the entire textile value chain
    • Continuous focus on product development
  • Key entities – Their Role ?
    • Government
      • Conducive, financially and politically stable business environment.
      • Infrastructure
      • Law and Order
      • Training and Development Institutes
      • Market Access (bi-lateral, regional etc. agreements)
      • Availability of energy
      • Cost of doing business
      • Even playing field opposite other regional competitors
      • Consistent Policies
      • Creating Awareness
  • Key entities – Their Role ?
    • Entrepreneurs
      • Continuous and active Market Research
      • Training and development of staff
      • Continuous upgradation of machinery
      • Continuous growth
      • Continuous improvement in conversion efficiencies (world class)
      • Continuous product development
      • Vertical Integration
      • International brands
      • Effective Associations
        • Work WITH the Govt.
        • Vendor development
        • Global Industry developments
  • Initiatives taken by China to Enhance use of MMF
    • 11 th 5 year plan for the “Chemical Fibres” Industry already being implemented:
      • Fully implement the “Scientific Development” concept whereby there is focus on qualitative development and not quantitative development to cater to the high quality requirements of the developed nations
      • Upgrade traditional chemical fiber industry with high tech reformation, focus on knowledge economy
      • Support for developing differentiated and functional products to improve added value of goods
        • Global demand for non-apparel and automotive sectors usage for chemical fibers is expected to increase opposite stagnant demand growth for textile fibers
      • Support for developing environment friendly and regenerated fibers (biodegradable such as viscose) which is a basic requirement in western markets as per the REACH program in Europe
        • Investment in China by European technology leaders
      • Develop biomass engineering technology
      • Speed up development of hi-tech fibers and realize the industrialization of major products
      • Enhance engineering strength
      • Focus on brand creation - current 25 brands in the chemical industry of china has earned recognition from international players who request specifically for that particular brand of fiber even for value added textiles
  • Initiatives taken by India to Enhance use of MMF
    • 11 th 5 year plan for the “Chemical Fibres” Industry already underway:
      • Industry to be pushed in a new direction whereby advancement in technology is used to ensure economical production
        • Ensure continued benchmarking with the international players
      • Apply stringent control over cost components visa vis power, labour and other overheads to ensure domestic margins are comfortably aligned with international margins
      • Development of specialty/high value added products – Investment in marketing and R&D for the development of technical textile which is a fast emerging market in India with a global share of 4%
      • Focus on capturing non-apparels market through technology development and a well established marketing plan
        • Being followed up aggressively as 59% of the global demand for man-made fibers is for the non-apparels market
      • Large investments in downstream industry
      • India has taken up over 30 initiatives trade agreements and focus on these will continue
  • Initiatives taken by Korea to Enhance use of MMF
    • Undertaking projects to develop strategic new fiber technology
      • Intelligent fibers (smart materials, medical care, stealth functional textiles)
      • Digital Fiber (inserted in IT equipments, ubiquitous information and communication fiber technology)
      • Super fiber (carbon fiber, aramid fiber etc.)
      • Nano hybrid fiber (fiber technology for future transportation equipments, complex material production technology for energy/environment control)
    • Introducing IT in textile industry
      • Creating I-fashion infrastructure with 3D scanners which ensures customer satisfaction
      • Building an intimate cooperation and information-sharing system among textile companies by applying IT innovation network business using electronic tags in the textile industry
      • Introducing IT to dyeing and processing procedures and digital printing systems
    • Building a production base for industrial fibers
      • Conducting research on future industrial demands
      • Establishing a hub center for industrial fiber technology and center for applying nano fiber in practical use
    • Refurbishing systems to cope with environmental issues
    • Coping with climate change and global environment preservation
    • Fair trading system and competitive order
      • Ensure active countermeasures
      • Intensify protection of intellectual properties
  • Initiatives by Japan to Enhance use of MMF
    • Development of low energy spinning, easily recyclable fiber, ultra high speed draw texturing yarn, one step conjugate fiber
    • Development of Super bio-mimetic fiber
    • Development of new functional fibers and textiles using Nanotechnology
    • Development of super high tenacity/high heat resistance fibers in Japan
    • Development of industrialization generic technology of high-performance aliphatic poly-ketone fiber
    • Development of eco fiber and eco-friendly technology
    • Focus on market cultivation