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  • 1.
    • Chairman Conference May - 2004
    • Presentation by Textile Commissioner’s Organization
  • 2. ROLE OF TEXTILE COMMISSIONER’S ORGANISATION (TCO)
  • 3. ROLE OF TCO
    • HISTORICAL
    • Existed prior to Independence as an Attached Department
    • Raised to level of Textile Advisor(1961)
    • Sanctioning of Textile Projects (CIPC)
    • Identification of Policy Issues and Textile Policy Formulation
    • Data base
    • Present
    • Textile Policy Input to Govt.
    • Facilitation to Textile Industry
    • Co-ordination with National & International Bodies
    • Source of Textile Statistics
    • Secretariat of Textile Board
    • Textile Cess Collection
    • Liaising with State Bank – DFIs – CIRC – CBR – EPB – PCCC – PCSI & other
    • Survey’s – capacity – cost productivity.
  • 4. ROLE OF TEXTILE COMMISSIONER’ ORGANIASATION
    • MONITORS THE MOVES IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY LOCALLY AND INTERNATIONALLY.
    • GATHERS STATISTICAL DATA.
    • ACCURATELY GRASP THE PROBLEMS AND DIFFICULTIES OF THE INDUSTRY AND DRAW UP APPROPRIATE POLICY MEASURES TO SOLVE THEM.
    • DRAFTS NEW LAWS AND REGULATIONS & FOLLOWS THE PROGRESS OF THEIR ENFORCEMENT AND EXECUTION..
    • MONITORS THE PROCESS OF PERMEATION OF POLICIES AND APPRAISES THE EFFECTS OF POLICIES.
    • DETERMINES THE INTERACTION WITHIN DIFFERENT SUB-SECTORS OF TEXTILE INDUSTRY & EVALUATES THE PROPOSALS MADE BY DIFFERENT SUB-SECTORS TO EVOLVE A CONSENSUS IN LINE WITH NATIONAL PRIORITIES.
  • 5. MAJOR FUNCTIONS OF TEXTILE COMMISSIONER’S ORGANISATION
    • Implementation of Industrial Development Policies,laid by Government for Textile Sector.
    • Monitoring of Investment / Development of all sub-sectors of Textile Industry through D.F.I.s – Joint Ventures – Foreign Private Investment – Suppliers Credit – P.A.Y.E and N.R.I. Scheme.
    • To review the production and export performance of the Textile Industry and suggest Policy Measures to improve competitiveness of the industry.
    • Contd….
  • 6.
    • Functions Contd…
    • Identification of the areas of Government assistance/policies support for smooth functioning of industry and suggest changes in import status – tariff and taxation incentives.
    • Collection and compilation of statistical Data, analysis and reports regarding specific sub sector on Textile Industry.
    • Collection of Textile Cess for National University of Textile Engineering, Faisalabad.
    • Surveys – (Capacity – Cost - Productivity).
    • Secretariat of Federal Textile Board
    • Export parity cost analysis on principle export item.
  • 7. TEXTILE INDUSTRY SPREAD AND INTERACTION
    • SUB SECTORS: 25
    • TRADE ASSNS: 30
    • GOVT SUPPORT INSTITUTIONS: 13
    • BANKS/DFIs/LEASING COMPANIES: 30
    • LABS: 06
    • TRAINING INSTITUTIONS: 20
  • 8. TEXTILE COMMISSIONER’S ORGANISATION INTERACTION ON TEXTILE POLICY Export Competitiveness Export Promotion Export Regulation Local Market Price Stabilisation Competitiveness against Import Tariff Protection MARKETING Labour Policy Quality Productivity Standardisation Investment Policy Appropriate Technology T.C.O. Training R & D Production Cotton Policy Man Made Fibres Other Raw Materials Machinery Imports Financing Policy Tax Reliefs & Incentives Investment Schemes Taxation/Exemption Import + Excise + Sales Tax + Income Tax + Others Sub Sectoral Conflicts Local Demand Export Demand Threats from Cheap Supplies Infra-structure Dispersiont
  • 9. TEXTILE POLICY FORMULATION DECISION MAKING PROCESS TECHNO-ECONOMIC RECC AS POLICY TOOL WITHIN OVER ALL EXONOMIC POLICY FRAME WORK T.C.O Supports Activities
    • Standardization
    • Sectoral conflicts
    • Financial & Fiscal Matter
    INPUTS CONCEPT BUILDING
    • TRADE ASPECTS.
    • QUALITY PRODUCTIVITY
    • SKILLS DEV
    • Capacity Surveys.
    • Cost Surveys
    • Statistics
    • IINTERNATIONAL BODIES
    • RRELATED GOVT.DEPTS.
    • IINTERNATINAL CONSULTANTS
    VISIONARIES INDICIDUALS TRADE ASSNS.
  • 10. TEXTILE COMMISSIONER’S ORGANISATION Head Office Strength: 48 Head Office Budget: Rs.5.239 Million . Regional Office Strength: 04 . Regional Office Budget: Rs.0.478 Million TEXTILE COMMIISSIONER DIRECTOR (TEXTILES) DY DIRECTOR-I DY DIRECTOR-II ASSTT DIRECTOR(FSB R.O) ASSTT DIRECTOR DY ASSTT DIR DY ASSTT DIR DY ASSTT DIR DY ASSTT DIR
  • 11. (Rs. Million) Total Collection : 95.06 Disbursement to College : 88.78 Collection Charges : 3.97 Miscellaneous Exp. : 0.45 Recovery Percentage : about 90% Textiles Cess Performance
  • 12.
    • Meetings of Task Force on compliance issues.
    • Meetings of Task Force on Textile Engineering.
    • Meetings of Working Committees on Financial Facilitation.
    • Visit to Shangaitex – 03.
    • Meetings with Stakeholders – utility Companies – Shareholders of Govt.Deptts. For setting up of Textile City.
    • Conducted delegation from China National Textile Council.
    • Meetings on:-
      • Polyester Chain
      • Yarn crisis
      • Export Targets
      • Cotton Policy
      • Cotton Assessment Committee
      • Co-ordination Meeting on Cost Survey
      • Textile Cess collection Rs.4.35 Million
      • To review meetings on recovery from cess defaulters with APTMA/ woolen Mills/Jute Mills Association.
      • Textile statistics up to December -03
      • Projected requirement of Textile Engineering by 2010
      • Development of Higher Education.
    Work Done July - 03 to April - 04
  • 13. TEXTILE CITY KARACHI EXECUTIVE SUMMERY
    • Recommendation of Textile Vision – 2005.
    • Cabinet decision in Trade Policy 2003 – 04.
    • Consultations with stake holders since September onwards.
    • Public/Private Joint Stock Company formed.
    • Commitments from PQA,KWSB,SSGC,PTCL,ADB, Fauji Foundation received.
    • PQA, EPZA, PIDC, Steel Mills, NBP,PAK OMAN, PAK KUWAIT,SAUDI PAK & PAK LIBYA Investment Companies have consented to become share holders.
    • Share Holders Agreement, Articles & Memorandum of Association for Joint Stock Company Completed.
    • Draft Incentive Package & amendments in EPZA Regulations circulated.
    • NESPAK & PAK OMAN have firmed up Project Cost.
    • Financial/Business Models developed by PAK OMAN for share holders consent.
    • Profile for the CEO of the Textile City Project proposed.
    • First meeting of Board of Directors convened on 17 th April
    PROJCT ON TEXTILE CITY MINISTRY OF INDUSTRIES
  • 14. PROJCT ON TEXTILE CITY MINISTRY OF INDUSTRIES
  • 15. PROJCT ON TEXTILE CITY MINISTRY OF INDUSTRIES
  • 16. PROJCT ON TEXTILE CITY MINISTRY OF INDUSTRIES
  • 17.  
  • 18.
    • FEDERAL TEXTILE BOARD Responsibilities of F.T.B . * Implementation & Monitoring of Textile Policy * Co-ordination Between Public / Private Sector * Technology up-gradation Need Analysis * Training Need Analysis * Marketing of Textile Products * Promotion of Foreign Investment * Formulating Textile Quality Standards * Compilation & Analysis of Textile Statistics * Business Advisory Services
    Textile Vision 2005
  • 19.
      • Free import & Export policy
      • M. E. P for Phutti & Lint fixed in consultation with stakeholders
      • Measures initiated for control on cotton contamination
      • Quality standards adopted & rates quoted on P C S I Standards
      • Amendments made in Cotton Standardization Act.
    Implementation Status Cotton Policy Textile Vision 2005
  • 20. Implementation status
    • Pakistan Cotton Standards Ordinance 2002 Promulgated
    • PCSI being Reorganized
    • Modernization of Ginning Units Initiated by SMEDA / French consultant.
    • Ginning Standards
      • Work on Ginning Standards in Progress
      • Sept 2004 set as deadline for modernizing & application of Ginning Standards. No License will be issued thereafter
    Textile Vision 2005
  • 21. Textile Vision 2005 Fiscal and Finance Policy
    • Repayments of rebates under SRO 417/611 made on faster track.
    • Duty concessions on textile machinery under SRO 369 resolved.
    • Tariff on textile products being rationalized.
    • Duty on synthetic fibers not produced locally reduced
    • Compensatory Rebates on synthetic textiles allowed wef March 1, 2002.
    • Export Refinance markup rate reduced to 3.5 %
    • Bank Financing for Textile Sectors available as per annual targets fixed under Textile Vision 2005
  • 22. Trade Policy and Market Access
    • Textile Quota Policy announced for three years
    • Enhanced market access in EU & USA negotiated.
    • Free Import/Export Policy Maintained.
    • For resolving the compliance issues a Task Force has been constituted. The draft amendment bill has been prepared by Ministry of Labor & Manpower.
    • A Task Force on Textile Engg. Industry has been constituted to promote local machinery manufacturing.
    • Two Textile Cities & Three Garment Cities are being established to give boost to production & export of Textile Products.
  • 23. INVESTMENT IN TEXTILE 10.5 % Textile Processing 5.2% Synthetic Textiles 7.7% Made Ups 4.8 % Knitwear +Garments 26.3 % Weaving 47.0 % Spinning Total investment = 4.0 Billion $ (Last 4 Years)
  • 24. SHIFT TOWARDS VALUE ADDITION ( % in textile exports)
  • 25. Export Performance Comparison ($ million) BACK Highlights of the last three years of textile exports : 80% 93% 115% 9,254 7,955 6,423 23% 7,409 2002-03 75% 84% 99% 7,956 7,117 6,059 0.5% 5973 2001-02 87% 93% 104% 6,852 6,369 5,720 3.34% 5,943 2000-01 97% 101% 106% 5,909 5,702 5,402 12.48% 5,741 1999-2000 73% % High Road Realized 83% %Doable Realized 116% % low Road Realized 10,782 Target High Road 9,501 Target Doable 6,811 Target Low Road 6.67% Growth Rate 7,903 Actual Exports 2003-04-Pro
  • 26. FUTURE COURSE
    • Textile Board to resume
      • Co-ordinate all Govt. related affairs of the Textile Sector.
      • Monitor the Policy implementation.
      • Implement Recommendations on skill-development , quality and productivity improvement.
    • Initiating of cost survey to determine competitiveness of Textile Industry vrs its regional competitors.
    • Facilitations For Technology Upgradation Of Weaving-Processing and Made-up sectors.
    • Strengthen Skill Development Programmes.
    • Introduction of Cleaner Production concepts.
  • 27. PAKISTAN TEXTILE INDUSTRY FUTURE PROGRAMMES
    • Technological up-gradation.
    • Strengthening raw material base (Cotton – Synthetic – wool).
    • Policy focus to be product specific and achievement specific.
    • Incentives need to be linked with value addition – market expansion – improvement in Quality & Productivity levels.
    • Priority Investment in Dyes/ Chemicals & Textile Machinery to reduce capital cost and improve competitiveness.
    • Increased share of synthetic Textile in production & exports.
    • Domestic resource sourcing with Textile Machinery & chemical Industries will further enhance multiplier effect of Textile Sector growth.
    • Firm level R&D need to be encouraged through tax incentive for up-gradation of product quality and productivity.
    • Integrated Human Resources Development.
  • 28. NEEDED SUPPORTS
    • Strengthen T.C.O through induction of professionals in Engineering - Marketing –Finance and Information Technology.
    • Provide Legal framework to Federal Textile Board (FTB) for its defined role.
    • Provide of Adequate Funds for FTB Secretariate.
  • 29. Thank you
  • 30. CAPITAL HUMAN RESOUCES RAW MATERIALS MACHINERY QUOTA UNDER UTILIZATION High investment & low profit yields. Lack of Training No Skills Development. Low Labour production Too Cheap & hence under Selling. Low Machinery Productivity Low Unit price realization.
    • Low Value Addition.
    • Always under threat of catching up
    • Low Export Earnings.
    • Bad Name( Cheap Merchandiser.)
    RESULTS
    • Up grade the Products Quality (Value Addition).
    • Up grade Skill Levels.
    • Up grade Marketing Techniques
    • Up grade Productivity.
    STRATEBY

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