Textile market in Gujarat by Nayan Parikh

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Textile market in Gujarat by Nayan Parikh

  1. 1. gujarat 2010 Present Gujarat Scenario 24% - 28% of fixed investment, production value and Employment of the SSI from textiles only 23% of GSDP comes out of textiles in the state 16% of the cultivated land area of the state is for cotton About 30% of the woven fabric from the organized sector and 25% of the decentralized power loom sector of the country from this state alone 40% of the art silk fabric produced in the country is from Surat 12% share of the total textile exports of the country is from this state
  2. 2. gujarat 2010 Gujarat In Past Decades Gujarat received over 1813 textile project during 1991 to 2003 25% of total number of projects amounting to Rs. 9792 crore commissioned Gujarat has doubled his capacity for spinning cotton and blended yarn in last 10 years 2nd largest decentralized power loom concentrating state doubled its capacity during last 8 years Ahmedabad emerged as Denim city of India producing 230 million mt./annum in last decade
  3. 3. Contents 1 SWOT 2 Growth Plans 3 Future Vision of Gujarat Textile Future Vision of Gujarat Textile SWOT Analysis of Gujarat Analysis of Gujarat Growth Plans for New Horizons for New Horizons
  4. 4. 1 Future Vision of Gujarat Textile
  5. 5. Vision Future Vision of Gujarat Textile Market Potential Rs 34,000 Cr of additional market share to be generated Current Targeted by 2010 Rs.12,000 Cr Rs.46,000 Cr
  6. 6. Vision Future Vision of Gujarat Textile Exports Rs. 20,000 Cr of additional Exports to be increased from Gujarat Current Rs.7,000 Cr Targeted Rs.27,000 Cr by 2010
  7. 7. Vision Future Vision of Gujarat Textile Domestic Rs. 14,000 Cr further Domestic market to be increased Current Rs.5,000 Cr Targeted Rs.19,000 Cr by 2010
  8. 8. Vision Future Vision of Gujarat Textile Spinning 13 lacs spindles to be added Current Targeted by 2010 33 lacs 46 lacs
  9. 9. Vision Future Vision of Gujarat Textile Weaving 20,000 Looms to be added in our state Current Targeted by 2010 26,000 46,000
  10. 10. Vision Future Vision of Gujarat Textile Processing 2.5 Cr mtr Per day per of additional processing capacity to be increased Current 12 Cr mtr / day Targeted 14.5 Cr mtr / day by 2010
  11. 11. Vision Future Vision of Gujarat Textile Knitting 820 Knitting machines to be added Current 280 Targeted 1100 by 2010
  12. 12. Vision Future Vision of Gujarat Textile Garmenting 1,15,000 additional stitching machines to be added on garmenting
  13. 13. Vision Future Vision of Gujarat Textile Employment 2,00,000 additional new jobs to be created Current 1,25,000 Targeted 3,25,000 by 2010
  14. 14. 2 Swot analysis of Gujarat
  15. 15. SWOT Analysis of Gujarat Strengths Gujarat is largest producer of Cotton Facility from RM to RMG Textile Hub Calm Labors Good Managerial & Technical Skills Constant Availability of Power Proximity to Port
  16. 16. Strengths SWOT Analysis of Gujarat COTTON Gujarat is India’s largest Cotton Producer Gujarat India 1.36 million ton 3.91 million ton Source: Confederation of Indian Textile Industry; Fig. For 2005-’06 Per Hectare Cotton Production is Highest Gujarat India 654 kg/hec. 443 kg/hec. Source: Confederation of Indian Textile Industry; Fig. For 2005-’06
  17. 17. Strengths SWOT Analysis of Gujarat RM TO RMG Strong Raw Material base shift to Readymade Garment is easy Presence of Institutes like NID, NIFT and many others Cost advantage
  18. 18. Strengths SWOT Analysis of Gujarat TEXTILE HUB Every 4th family got some link to textile & allied Industries Presence of World Class Mills like Arvind, Welspun, Alok
  19. 19. CALM LABOURS Least Labour related problems Non Discrimination No forced labours
  20. 20. Strengths SWOT Analysis of Gujarat GOOD SKILLS Good managerial skills Presence of Management Institutes like IIM, Nirma, MICA etc Presence of Renowned Textile Engineering Institutes
  21. 21. Strengths SWOT Analysis of Gujarat POWER The power supply offered is very stable and fluctuations are fewer Gujarat produces around 7000 MW where the consumption is more or less the same
  22. 22. Strengths SWOT Analysis of Gujarat PORT ‘Longest sea coast’ is our strength and we should utilize this strength By doing small campaigning we can increase the cargo carrying capacity of our smaller ports
  23. 23. SWOT Analysis of Gujarat Weaknesses Absence of Buying Houses Cotton production of short and medium staple Inadequate technology up gradation Shortcomings of small enterprises Lack of Interest in R & D Lack of skilled labors particularly in weaving and apparel sector
  24. 24. Weakness SWOT Analysis of Gujarat
  25. 25. OPPORTUNITY a Quota free Regime b Growing Market c Presence of Good Entrepreneurs d Bold Government Initiatives e Implementation of Apparel Parks
  26. 26. 3 Growth Plans for new horizons

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