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Textile industry

  1. 1. Presented by Santosh singh Textile Industry
  2. 2. Introduction The Indian textile industry is one of the largest in the world with a massive raw material and textiles manufacturing base. Our economy is largely dependent on the textile manufacturing and trade in addition to other major industries. About 27% of the foreign exchange earnings are on account of export of textiles and clothing alone. The textiles and clothing sector contributes about 14% to the industrial production and 3% to the gross domestic product of the country. Around 8% of the total excise revenue collection is contributed by the textile industry. So much so, the textile industry accounts for large as 21% of the total employment generated in the economy.
  3. 3. 1 | Wardhman textiles 2 | Arvind Mills 3 | Bombay Dyeing 4 | Raymonds 5 |Grasim Industries 6 | Reliance Textiles 7 | Fabindia 8 | JCT Limited 9 | Lakshmi Mills 10 |Mysore Silk Factory
  4. 4. 1 | Wardhman textiles: Vardhman Vardhman Group is a leading textile conglomerate in India having a turnover of $1009 mn. Spanning over 25 manufacturing facilities in five states across India, the Group business portfolio includes Yarn, Greige and Processed Fabric, Sewing Thread, Acrylic Fibre and Alloy Steel.. 2 | Arvind Mills Arvind Limited started with a share capital of Rs 2,525,000 ($55,000) in the year 1931. With the aim of manufacturing the high-end superfine fabrics Arvind invested in very sophisticated technology. With 52,560 ring spindles, 2552 doubling spindles and 1122 looms it was one of the few companies in those days to start along with spinning and weaving facilities in addition to full-fledged facilities for dyeing, bleaching, finishing and mercerizing.
  5. 5. The sales in the year 1934, three years after establishment were Rs 45.76 lakh and profits were Rs 2.82 lakh. Steadily producing high quality fabrics, year after year, Arvind took its place amongst the foremost textile units in the country. 3 | Bombay Dyeing Since the first store in 1879 and the only store manager, the growth has not only been in our presence, but also in of how much theyoffer today. Stylish linens, towels, home furnishings, leisure clothing, kids wear and a whole blissful range of other products are now available across 350+ exclusive Bombay Dyeing Retail or 2000+ Multi-brand Stores.
  6. 6. 1. Ranbow denim Ltd 2. Vippy spinpro 3. M.H.Mills and industries Rainbow Denim Ltd.; is an India-based company. The Company is engaged in the business of manufacturing of denim fabric. As of March 31, 2010, the Company had a manufacturing plant in Mohali, Punjab. The Company’s products include light weight denim, medium weight denim and heavy weight denim.
  7. 7. Vippy Spinpro established in 1992, is in the business of manufacturing cotton yarn for different applications by rotor spinning. The company operates one of the leading open-end spinning mills in India. It has ISO- 9001: 2000 certification from BVQI. surgical cloth, industrial fabrics and furnishings. M.H.Mills and industries: M H Mills and Industries Limited was incorporated in 1932. The company's objects is to manufacture cotton textile goods, and other products like grey takas, sarees, dhoties, bleached poplins, longcloths, crepes, drills, twills, coatings, mosquito netting, dorias, printed poplins, chintz, mercerised lawns and poplins.
  8. 8. North: Kashmir, Ludhiana and Panipat account for 80 per cent of woollens in India East: Bihar for jute, parts of Uttar Pradesh for woollen and Bengal for cotton and jute industry West: Ahmadabad, Mumbai, Surat, Rajkot, Indore and Vadodara are the key places for cotton industry South: Tirpur, Coimabtore and Madurai for hosiery. Bangalore, Mysore and Chennai for silk
  9. 9. Vardhman textiles Ltd. Corporate governance refers to a combination of laws, regulations, procedures, implicit rules and good corporate practices that ensure that a Company meets its obligations to optimize shareholders’ value and fulfil its responsibilities to the community, customers, employees, Government and other segments of society. Arvind mills Corporate governance at Arvind is a value-based framework to manage our Company affairs in a fair and transparent manner
  10. 10. . As a responsible corporation, theyuse this framework to maintain accountability in all our affairs and employ democratic and open processes. Bombay dyeing At Bombay Dyeing we have formulated and adhere to a set of strong corporate governance practices. Our processes, customs, policies are shaped and controlled by certain ethical rules and regulations Ranbow denim Ltd The Report on Corporate Governance along with the Auditor's Certificate regarding Compliance of the conditions of Corporate Governance as also a Management Discussion and Analysis
  11. 11. Vippy spinpro The Company has complied with the requirements of clause 49 of the Listing agreement with Bombay Stock Exchange Ltd. regarding Corporate Governance as were applicable during the year under review to the Company MH Mills & Industries Ltd The importance of corporate governance lies in its contribution both to business prosperity and to accountability. Directors support basic tenets of corporate governance as the prudent exercise of management's rights in the best interest of all stakeholders in a company in particular its shareholders, creditors, the state arid its employees.
  12. 12. Actions against welspun India Ltd SEBI had passed an Experts Ad Interim Order dated December 2, 2010 u/s 11B, 11D and 11(4)(b) of the SEBI Act, 1992 against a market participant, his associates and other entities (including Welspun group promoter entities) in various scrip alleging manipulative and unfair trade practices by the market participant and his associate entities (“SEBI Order”). The SEBI Order, inter alia, directed that Welspun group promoter entities, as mentioned in the SEBI Order, shall not buy, sell or deal in the securities of their own companies and their listed group companies in any manner whatsoever till further directions
  13. 13. Welfare schemed: the government has offered health insurance coverage nd life insurance coverage to 161.10 million weavers and ancillary workers under the Handloom Weavers comprehensive welfare Scheme E-marketing: the central cottage Industries corporation of India (CCIC), and the Handicrafts And Handlooms Exports Corporation of India have developed a number of e-marketing Skill development: as per the 12th five year plan, the Integrated Skill Development Scheme aims to train over 2675000 people
  14. 14. Environmental Effects of Textile Fibres Natural fibres have their problems, too: Cotton is the most pesticide intensive crop in the world: these pesticides injure and kill many people every year. It also takes up a large proportion of agricultural land, much of which is needed by local people to grow their own food. Herbicides, and also the chemical defoliants which are sometimes used to aid mechanical cotton harvesting
  15. 15. L D Textile Industries, a reputed manufacturer of synthetic blended yarns with a total installed capacity of 39,136 spindles at Ankleshwar, Gujarat, has a weaving unit at Vikhroli, Bombay. It was promoted by Kalicharan L Mehra in 1958 as a partnership concern and was incorporated as a private limited company in 1965. The looms in the company's Bombay unit have been leased out, hence spinning of polyester/viscose blended yarn at the company's Ankleshwar plant forms the core business activity. In 1993-94, the company installed a one-MW wind farm in Lamba, Gujarat. More than 100 textile mills shut down in over 3 years:
  16. 16. Price competitiveness. Faster lead times. High raw material base. Full service offering. Access to market. "A Cost is the value of economic resources used as a result of producing or doing the things costed". To find out the costing of a garment, the following things should things be calcuated: Fabric consumption. Gross weight of other components of garment. Fabric cost per kg. Fabric cost per garment
  17. 17. Interpretation In Vardhman Textiles due to decrease of Current Liabilities working capital is increase in the years from March 2011 to March 2013. Ideal standard current ratio is 2:1 here in the march 2013,2012, 2011 is 2.03:1, 2.26:1, 2.10:1 so its good for the company. Compare to 2011 and 2012 , in 2013 earnings per share has decrease which is bad. In Arvind mills due to increase of Current Liabilities so working capital is decrease in the years from March 2011 to March 2013. Ideal standard current ratio is 2:1 here company having in the year March 2011, 2012, 2013 is 1.00:1, 0.89:1, 1.86:1 so it’s bad for the company. Compare to 2011 and 2012 , in 2013 earnings per share has decrease which is bad.
  18. 18. It is proposed to provide Rs. 50 crore in 2013-14 for the scheme. It has been accepted that the handloom sector which subsumes a large proportion of women and belongs mainly to the backward classes is in distress. It is proposed to accept their demand for working capital and term loans at a concessional interest of 6 percent. 150,000 individual weavers and 1,800 primary cooperative societies will benefit in 2013- 14
  19. 19. 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. Slowdown in exports of the textile sector and policy measures taken. 5.3 Mergers and Acquisitions of Textiles Company Arvind Mills License Of ‘Healthtex’ Kidswear Brand Of Vf Corpn (USA)
  20. 20. Raymonds Regency Texteis Portuguesa Limitada (Portugal) 5.4 Technology Development in the Indian Textile Industry:- In the Indian textile industry undertaken by the author as part of a larger international study led by The World Bank. The study methodology included a field survey of 18 firms size, technological dynamism and location; interviews with 4 relevant technology institutions catering to the technology related needs of the textile industry; a questionnaire survey mailed to randomly selected firms to facilitate generalisation of findings as well as a study of relevant published materials.
  21. 21. The data from the “Gujarat state labour commissioner ,reveal that just between 2010 & 2012, there were 74 major strikes& lockouts across the state resulting in 1, 22,923 lost mandays”.A labour unrest is a social phenomenon of vast complexity and very difficult to give any detailed explanation of this phenomenon. It is a matter of subjective opinion whether the predominant factors underlying labour unrest are economic or non-economic Reliance Textile Industry at Naroda
  22. 22. Viral Desai of Zenitex named ‘Outstanding Entrepreneur’ Viral Desai a young textile entrepreneur from the textile hub of Surat has bagged “The Outstanding Entrepreneur Award 2009-2011” awarded by the South Gujarat Chamber of Commerce.
  23. 23. Reliance v/s Bombay dyeing Jamnadas Moorjani passed away last week. In the eighties, his office in a back lane of Kalbadevi used to be an adda of sorts for journalists who covered the synthetic textile industry and the savage war between Dhirubhai Ambani and Nusli Wadia. As president of the All-India Crimpers' Association, he led a campaign by independent polyester text risers against a duty hike on yarn, which was allegedly engineered by the Ambanis. It was natural that he soon became an ally of the Nusli Wadia-Indian Express front.