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IMPORT EXPORT
PROCEDURE AND
DOCUMENTATION
PRESENTED TO GARGI DUBEY
EXPORT PRODUCT
TEXTILE
AND
GARMENTS
Indian Textile & Garments
Background
 The history of textiles in India dates back to the use of
mordant dyes and printing...
TODAY’S SENARIO
 Today the textile and garments industry plays a
significant role in the economy.
 It is one of the larg...
TYPES OF TEXTTILE IN INDIA
 JUTE TEXTILES - WEST BENGAL
 SILK TEXTILES - ANDHRA PRADESH, KARNATAKA AND
TAMIL NADU.
 COT...
Textiles and Garments Clusters in India
 There are more than 70 textiles and clothing clusters
in India comprising about ...
CONTINUE
The other major states in terms of number
of clusters are Tamil Nadu, Andhra
Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala and Utta...
CURRENT TEXTILES & CLOTHING
EXPORTS TREND
a)Trend during the period 2011-12
 In rupee terms, during 2011-12 (P) there has...
b) Latest Trend during the period 2012-13
 The total textile exports during 2012-13 (P) were
valued at Rs 172494.71 crore...
INDIA’S TEXTILES & CLOTHING
EXPORTS
Top 10 exporters of textiles & clothing
in the world in calendar year 2011
TEXTILES EXPORTS 2012-13
The targets for textiles exports for
2012-13 initially set at USD 38 billion
Have been revised ...
Exports targets fixed and achieved during
the last three years : Sector and item-wise
COUNTRY-WISE EXPORT OF
TEXTILE ITEMS BY INDIA
EXPORT PROMOTION MEASURES
 The Government has been continually supporting
the textiles exports sector through various pro...
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  1. 1. IMPORT EXPORT PROCEDURE AND DOCUMENTATION PRESENTED TO GARGI DUBEY
  2. 2. EXPORT PRODUCT TEXTILE AND GARMENTS
  3. 3. Indian Textile & Garments Background  The history of textiles in India dates back to the use of mordant dyes and printing blocks around 3000 BC.  The diversity of fibers found in India, intricate weaving on its state-of art manual looms and its organic dyes attracted buyers from all over the world for centuries.  Independent India saw the building up of textile capabilities, diversification of its product base, and its emergence, once again, as an important global player.
  4. 4. TODAY’S SENARIO  Today the textile and garments industry plays a significant role in the economy.  It is one of the largest and the most important sectors of Indian economy in terms of output, foreign exchange earnings and employment.  The sector employs 35 million persons. Of this, textile segment alone accounts for 29 million and the clothing industry accounts for the remaining 6 million people.  In fact it is the second largest employer in the economy after agriculture.  It contributes nearly 20 per cent to the country’s total export earnings.
  5. 5. TYPES OF TEXTTILE IN INDIA  JUTE TEXTILES - WEST BENGAL  SILK TEXTILES - ANDHRA PRADESH, KARNATAKA AND TAMIL NADU.  COTTON TEXTILES - ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTRY.  SYNTHETIC AND WOOLLEN TEXTILES - MAHARASHTRA, GUJARAT, PUNJAB, HARYANA, MADHYA PRADESH AND UTTAR PRADESH.  IT IS THE LARGEST PRODUCER OF JUTE, SECOND LARGEST PRODUCER OF SILK, THIRD LARGEST PRODUCER OF COTTON AND CELLULOSE FIBRE /YARN AND FIFTH LARGEST PRODUCER OF SYNTHETIC FIBRES /YARNS.
  6. 6. Textiles and Garments Clusters in India  There are more than 70 textiles and clothing clusters in India comprising about 80% of total production.  There are 39 power loom clusters and 13 readymade garment clusters in India. Bhiwandi and Malegaon are the two largest power loom clusters.  The major readymade garments clusters are located in Delhi, Mumbai, Gurgaon, Nagpur, Madurai and Salem with annual turnover for more than Rs. 1500 crore in 2009.  The state of Maharashtra has 10 textile clusters.
  7. 7. CONTINUE The other major states in terms of number of clusters are Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala and Uttar Pradesh having 7 cluster each.
  8. 8. CURRENT TEXTILES & CLOTHING EXPORTS TREND a)Trend during the period 2011-12  In rupee terms, during 2011-12 (P) there has been a surge in exports of Handloom product (68.51%), Coir & Coir Manufactures (40.49%), Cotton Textiles (37.23%), Man-made textiles (25.99%), RMG (24.80%), Wool & Woolen textile (20.97%) and Jute (4.72%).  In US$ terms the surge during 2011-12 (P) registered in Handloom product (60.09%), Coir & Coir Manufactures (33.46%), Wool & Woolen textile (14.93%), Man-made textiles (19.69%), RMG (18.56%), Cotton Textiles (30.37%) and Jute (-0.52).
  9. 9. b) Latest Trend during the period 2012-13  The total textile exports during 2012-13 (P) were valued at Rs 172494.71 crore as against Rs 159570.55 crore during the financial year 2011-12, registering an increase of 8.10 percent in rupee terms.  In US dollar terms, the same was valued at US$31705.53 million (2012-13, P) as against US$33310.21 million during the corresponding period of financial year 2011-12 registering a decline of 4.82 percent.
  10. 10. INDIA’S TEXTILES & CLOTHING EXPORTS
  11. 11. Top 10 exporters of textiles & clothing in the world in calendar year 2011
  12. 12. TEXTILES EXPORTS 2012-13 The targets for textiles exports for 2012-13 initially set at USD 38 billion Have been revised upwards to USD 39.60 billion, following the Foreign Trade Policy Annual Supplement in June, 2012.
  13. 13. Exports targets fixed and achieved during the last three years : Sector and item-wise
  14. 14. COUNTRY-WISE EXPORT OF TEXTILE ITEMS BY INDIA
  15. 15. EXPORT PROMOTION MEASURES  The Government has been continually supporting the textiles exports sector through various provisions of the Foreign Trade Policy and the other policy initiatives to enable the sector to increase market share in the global textiles markets.  Incremental Export Incentivisation Scheme was announced on 26.12.12 for the exports made during January 2013 to March 2013.  This scheme is available for exports made to USA, EU and Asia. This scheme has now been extended for the year 2013-14.  Fifty three countries of Latin America and Africa have been added with the objective to increase India’s share in these markets.

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