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Presentation on jaipur rugs

  1. 1.     India's largest manufacturer and exporter of hand knotted rugs founded in 1978. Produces an exclusive product range of rugs, pillows and poufs Carry forward the rich heritage of India to more than 40 countries in the world Has a network of around 40,000 skilled artisans in rural India
  2. 2. JR company JR incorporat ion JRC handles all the operations from raw material procurement to final sale for every market except the United States. JRI, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, handles distribution, marketing and sales for the United-States.
  3. 3. JR foundation Bhoomika Wools Jaipur Rugs Foundation is a non-profit organization established in 2004 to encourage grassroots mobilization of weavers and to improve the welfare of the company’s weavers and their families Bhoomika Wools facilitates the wool acquisition process solely for Jaipur Rugs.
  4. 4. • Customer (large retailer) placed order with JRI 1 • JRI communicated order to JRC. 2 • JRC forecasted and acquired raw materials 3 • Includes wool bought in Bikaner or imported from another country by Bhoomika Wools
  5. 5. •JRC completed pre-production logistics 4 •Cleaned, prepared and delivered wool to rug map •Weaving process 5 •Post production logistics 6 •Finished carpet returned to JRC and packed for shipment
  6. 6. 7 • Total JRC cost amounts to say ‘X’ $ • JRC wholesale price charged to JRI 8 • Shipping cost (Cost/ Sq.Ft= 0.25 $) 9 • Paid by customer *** Shipping cost is assumed to be through vessel and includes all customs, fees, duties, and final transportation to customer. *** Shipments by air cost $ 1.5/ sq.ft. and are only for back-ordered products (approximately 15% of all shipments). *** JRI pays for the shipment in this case.
  7. 7. • JRI wholesale price 10 • Charged by JRI to customer • Final retail price 11 !!! • Charged by customer to end consumer
  8. 8.     Production units are in Rajasthan, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Madhya Pradesh; with two new states i.e. Maharashtra and Jharkhand being added up Annual production of approximately 5 thousand million square feet of Rugs Provide training and giving fair wages with no exploitation Connecting artisans to global Market
  9. 9. Raw Materials Sourcing primary raw materials required are wool and silk. Sources are partner company (Bhoomika Wools). Wool Processing Cleaning and Sorting Raw Wool Brush Used for Hand Carding Hand Spinning Raw Wool into Hank
  10. 10. Dyeing All hanks of wool yarn were sent from Bikaner to Bhadohi (in the central Indian state of Uttar Pradesh). the dyeing process takes an average of two to three days. Opening Opening is the process of making spindles from the hanks of dyed yarn. The yarn is transported daily from the dyeing centers to the Jaipur Rugs headquarters to one of five opening centers.
  11. 11. Weaving Locations After the yarn has been made into spindles, it is kept in storage at the Jaipur Rugs office until it is transported (bundled in a bag with the design map) to one of the 7500 looms across seven states in north and west India. With very few exceptions, the artisans work in their own villages, either in their own home or in a neighboring home. Finishing After coming off the loom, all rugs are transported to one of four finishing centers in Jaipur. At the finishing centers, techniques are employed to fix mistakes and accentuate highlights of the design
  12. 12.    At present Jaipur rugs has businesses in more than 30 countries and touched a turnover of over 14 million $ in 2008-09. USA is the major market of rugs where about 65% of the sales are done. Followed by Turkey, Canada, Mexico, Italy, Germany, Australia, Russia, Spain, Romania etc.
  13. 13.   Gujarat base private port are closer to the industrial area of Rajasthan and Haryana. Kandla (port in Gujrat) is the largest port by volumes in India.