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  • Analysis of Textile Sector.
  • Indian Textiles at a glance.
    • It contributes 14 % to the industrial production.
    • 4 per cent to the country's gross domestic product (GDP)
    • 17 per cent to the country’s export earnings.
    • Long tradition of excellence in textile
    • It provides direct employment to over 35 million people
    • It is the second largest provider of employment after agriculture.
  • Geographical spread
    • Northern part
    • Panipat - known as the city of weaver
    • Ludhiana- major supply hub for woven knits
    • Delhi- for excellent designing and merchandising skills.
    • Southern part
    • Tirpur- accounts 90% of cotton knitwear export
    • Chennai- one of the largest apparel manufacturing city
    • Bangalore- famous for silk production & now emerging as the city of technical cities.
  • India in the World Market
    • India is the largest producer of jute
    • The top exporter of cotton yarn with share of 25% in the world trade
    • It is the second largest producer of cotton yarn and silk
    • It has the second largest spindalge in the world
    • The largest producer of cotton
    • It is the fifth largest of synthetic fiber/yarn
  • Export of Indian Textile Industry
    • Basket consists
    • Cotton yarn and fabrics, man-made yarn and fabrics, wool and silk fabrics, made-ups and variety of garments
    • Handlooms and Handicrafts are exported to over a 100 countries.
    • US and EU accounts of two-third of Indian textiles exports
  • Major Players
    • Arvind Mills- World`s largest exporter of denims
    • Raymond Ltd-US$ 300 million plus conglomerate
    • Alok Industries- Manufacturer of best apparel fabrics
    • Aditya Birla Group- Most diversified conglomerate
    • Century mills- Asia’s largest composite 100 per cent cotton textile mill
    • Welspun India- Ties with 12 major retailers for its products
    • Bombay Dyeing- one of the largest producers of textiles. It produces various products.
  • Components on Indian Textiles
    • Our fielud
    • Our field of interest
    JUTE TECHNICAL TEXTILES SILK JUTE TECHNICAL TEXTILES COTTON MAN MADE FIBRE SILK WOLLEN & KNIT WEAR
  • JUTE
    • Introduction
    • Major industries in Eastern region particularly West Bengal
    • Employment- 2.6 lakh to direct and 1.4 lakh indirectly
    • Capacity utilization is around 75 %
    • Exportable Jute Items
    Hessain Furnishing fabrics Jute Yarn Food grade jute products Carpet backing cloth Hand and shopping bags Floor coverings Sacking Blankets Jute soil saver (Jute geotextile) Handicrafts Gifts & other novelty items
  • Future of Jute Textile in India
    • Jute Geo Textile
      • Woven
      • Non-woven
      • Geo Jute application
    • Erosion control
    • Separation, filtration and drainage in civil engineering works
    • Agricultural uses
  • Technical Textile
    • Technical textile is a knowledge based, research oriented industry and its products are used for technical performance and functional properties.
    • Indian technical textile market is highly import oriented
    • Disposable Products
      • Wet tissue
      • Baby diapers
      • Bed sheets
      • Surgical crowns
      • Hoses
      • Webbing for seat belts
  • World Market Growth Rates for consumption of technical textiles Regions Expected Growth Rate Year Value 2005 $107 billion 2010 $ 127 billion Country Growth India 11-12 % Asia 4.23 % North America 2.6 % Western Europe 2.14 %
  • Segments of Technical Textile Segment Growth 2008-09 Expected Growth Agrotech 13 % Meditech 12 % 20 % Buildtech 9 % 20 % Mobiltech 8 % 10 % Clothtech 8 % 15 % Oekotech 10 % Geotech 20 % Packtech 12 % 12-13 % Hometech 12 % 15 % Protech 11 % Indutech 10 % 12–13 % Expotech 19 %
    • Technical textile products which are imported:
      • Webbing for seat belts
      • Adult diapers
      • High altitude protective clothing
      • Non-woven glass mat for battery separators
      • Medical implants & devices
      • Geosynthetics
    • Technical textile products which are exported:
      • Tarpaulin
      • Jute carpet backing
      • Stuffed toys
      • Surgical dressing
      • Sultures
      • Sports goods
      • Fishnets
      • Nonwoven crop covers
  • Players in the Market
    • Domestic
      • SRF
      • Entremonde Polycoaters
      • Kusumgarh Corporates
      • Supreme Nonwovens Pvt. Ltd.
      • Garware Wall Ropes
      • Century Enka
      • Techfab India Ltd
      • Vardhman
      • Global players
      • Johnson & Johnson
      • Du Pont, Procter & Gamble
      • 3M
      • SKAPs
      • Kimberly Clark
  • Silk
    • India is the second largest producer of silk, contributing to about 18 per cent to the world production.
    • This industry employs 7,00,000 farm families
    • It is concentrated in Karnataka, tamilnadu and A.P
    • Silk industry
    • Indian context
    • Global context
  • Leading Export Destination
  • Demand-Supply Gap
  • SWOT ANALYSIS
    • STRENGTH:
    • Strong and diverse raw material base:
    • Positive developments in the Textile Policy
    • Flexibility in production
    • Product development and design capabilIties
    • Vertical and horizontal integrated textile value chain
    • Globally competitive spinning industry & other cost advantages
    • Unique strength in traditional handlooms and handicrafts
    • Major weaknesses:
    • Structural weaknesses in weaving and processing
    • The rigid labor laws
    • Inadequate capacity of the domestic textile machinery manufacturing sector
    • Big demand and supply gap in the training facilities in textile sector.
    • Infrastructural bottlenecks in terms of power, utility, road transport etc.
    • Industry is highly independent on cotton
    • Highly fragmented garment industry
    • Except spinning, all other segments are predominantly in decentralized sector.
    • Major opportunities
    • Buoyant domestic economy
    • Large, potential domestic and international market
    • The organized retailing in India will further fuel demand of apparel in the country.
    • Greater investment and FDI opportunities are available
    • Major threats
    • High competition
    • Non-availability of technical resources
  • Porter five forces model
  • CONCLUSION
    • India’s share in world textile market has reduced very much
    • It is expected to grow at 16% in the value term and reach to level of US$ 115 billion till year 2012
  • REFERENCE
    • www.txcIndia.com
    • www.texmin.nic.in
    • Export & Imports: Foreign Trade Statistics of India (Principal Commodities &Countries)
    • http://jmdcIndia.com/html/2products.html
    • A web site of Ministry of textile, India
    • A magazine : Indian textile review
    • A book : India textile 2015
    • http://www.ibef.org/industry/textiles.aspx
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