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IT CONTAINS DETAIL INFO ABOUT AEPC THAT IS APPAREL EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL

IT CONTAINS DETAIL INFO ABOUT AEPC THAT IS APPAREL EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL

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  • 1. PUNIT AMIN - 01 ADITYA POMAN - 39 SAKSHI SHINDE - 51 TEJAS SONI - 53 SAMEER YADAV - 62
  • 2.  The largest producer of jute.  The 2nd largest producer of cotton yarn.  The second largest producer of cellulosic fiber/ yarn.  The second largest producer of silk.  The third largest producer of raw cotton.  The 4th largest producer of synthetic fiber/yarn.
  • 3.  Accounts for over 14% of the Industrial Production  Second largest employment generator after agriculture  Contributes around 5% of GDP  Second largest spindleage in the world  Third largest producer of cotton and second largest producer of cotton yarn  Contributes over 30% to India’s export basket  Top exporter of cotton yarn in the world - share of 25% in the world trade  Flexible production systems  Long tradition of excellence in textiles 37.08 MILLION SPINDLES AND 0.45 MILLION ROTORS
  • 4.  Born in 1978- Apparel Export Promotion Council (AEPC) is a sponsored body under the Ministry of Textiles  AEPC is the official body of apparel exporters in India that provides invaluable assistance to Indian exporters as well as importers/international buyers who choose India as their preferred sourcing destination for garments.  From just being a quota monitoring entity, AEPC is today a powerful body for the promotion and facilitation of garment manufacturing and their exports.  From one office in 1978, it has over 40 offices in just a span of 30 years.
  • 5.  For Indian exporters, AEPC is quite literally a one-stop shop for information, advise, technical guidance, workforce and market intelligence. Members have access to updated trade statistics potential markets information on international fairs and assistance in participating at these fairs.  It also plays a large role in identifying new markets and leading trade delegations to various countries.  With AEPC's expertise and all the advantages that India has, it makes for a truly win-win situation – Indian exporters grow stronger each year in their achievements, skills and proficiency, while international buyers get superior solutions for their garment imports.
  • 6.  AEPC is committed to satisfy the apparel exporters with the service efficiency in achieving the growth of exports garments by exploring, sustaining & expanding global markets, becoming one stop information centre providing export assistance to garment exporters and bridge the gap between the exporters and overseas buyers through dedicated efforts of employees and continual improvement of the quality management system. We shall achieve the same by  Networking of AEPC members  Increasing the export volume  Increase in the number of export markets  Stabilisation of exports  Providing trained manpower to apparel industry  Recommendation to the government for policy changes which are beneficial to the garment industry.
  • 7.  Combine these natural advantages with the assets that India and the garment industry together have built over the last few decades:  A strong and committed entrepreneurial class.  Highly personalized quality control.  Deadline oriented.  Flexibility in production of small order lots.  Presence of integrated companies and unbeatable logistics.  Friendly export policies.
  • 8.  A highly skilled workforce at competitive wages.  Amazing technological advantages.  Superior design capabilities.  Competitive Pricing. Extremely good political and cultural connections with importing countries. A robust domestic market that adds to the industry expertise and above all, a WINNING ATTITUDE.
  • 9.  Over 11 overseas projects amounting to US$ 2.96 mn. planned for the year 2009-10.  Foreign fairs (HKFW, Magic, Interselection, etc.)  Delegations (US, Tunisia, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Panama, Columbia, etc.)  Market weeks  Sourcing fairs  Seminars & Workshops (REACH, Fashion Forecast, World Apparel Congress, etc.)  India International Garment Fair – (bi-annual event).
  • 10.  AEPC is continuously involved in the task of promoting the exports of readymade garment from the country by…  Buyer seller meet  Trade delegation  International fair  Seminars  Dissemination of information  Workshops  Education and training initiatives  Research and development  schemes
  • 11.  Apex apparel body AEPC today asked the government to reduce customs duty on manmade fiber and cotton fabrics to boost the garment export of the country.  India’s garment exports may touch $30 billion in three years  AEPC to provide 100000 employee by 2015.
  • 12.  Enabling the differently- able!  Admission for job training program for the unemployment youth of north India  Social accountability 8000  Training  Health check up  Productivity training  Aap ki rasoi program  Skilled development among the bpl group  Trafficked women’s and children’s
  • 13.  2011 Organized the first edition of Tex-Trend 2011, the combined show of all Export Promotion Councils of Textiles Ministry - February  2010 Commissioned the AEPC Common Compliance Code project - November  2009 Inaugurated Knitwear Technology Mission Building at Tirupur - December  2008 Foundation stone laid for a new building of AEPC’s education and training initiatives (IAM & ATDC)  2007 Institute of Apparel Management (IAM) set up on 18th September  1998 First roadshow by AEPC held in the United States