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Export sector of home textiles in india

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Export sector of home textiles in india

  1. 1. EXPORT SECTOR OF HOME TEXTILES IN INDIA Presented by: Arushi Saran Khushboo Bagri Mahima Kabra Prakriti Gaur Sushant Lulla
  2. 2. OBJECTIVES • To analyze the export industry of home textile of India • To study the market share of major key players. • To study the contribution of various products to the export industry of India • To perform a SWOT analysis of the sector
  3. 3. FINANCIALS OF INDIA
  4. 4. MARKET SIZE Exports in textiles and apparel from India are expected to increase to USD 65 Billion by 2016-17 from USD 38 Billion (provisional) during 2014-15.
  5. 5. INDIAN HOME TEXTILE EXPORTS INR 284 Billions Out of INR 18 Trillions (Total Exports of 2014-2015)
  6. 6. PRODUCTS •Bed linen, Table linen, Kitchen linen, Toilet linen • Beddings • Bed covers, Bed spreads • Cushions, Cushion covers, Duvets • Quilts and quilting materials • Curtains • Terry towels • Comforters • Carpets and other floor coverings • Blankets and Rugs • Mattresses • Upholstery • Other made-ups
  7. 7. HARMONISED SYSTEM CODE
  8. 8. CATEGORY GROWTH
  9. 9. Export scenario of blankets & travelling rugs with HS code- 6301 *Values in Lacs HS Code Name of the commodity 2011- 2012 2012- 2013 2013- 2014 2014- 2015 2015- 2016 630110 ELECTRIC BLANKETS 44 38 50 22 91 630120 BLANKETS(OTHER THAN ELECTRIC BLANKETS)AND TRVLNG RUGS,OF WOOL OR OF FINE ANIMAL HAIR 4037 2912 4222 3176 3097 630130 BLANKETS(OTHER THAN ELECTRIC BLANKETS) AND TRAVELLING RUGS,OF COTTON 18550 23184 32001 31636 28673 630140 BLANKETS(OTHER THAN ELECTRIC BLANKETS) AND TRAVELLING RUGS,OF SYNTHETIC FIBRES 10492 13161 23394 28238 19561 630190 OTHER BLANKETS AND TRAVELLING RUGS : 26301 29630 34435 42350 28943 TOTAL 59425 69928 94104 105423 80361
  10. 10. 0 20000 40000 60000 80000 100000 120000 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015 Export scenario of blankets & travelling rugs with HS code- 6301
  11. 11. Export Scenario of: Bed linen, Table linen, toilet linen and Kitchen linen HS codes- 6302 *All Values in Rs. Lacs HS code Name of Commodity Exports in 2011- 12 Exports in 2012-13 2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016 63021 010 Bed linen, knitted or crocheted: Of cotton 33269 22219 12815 13,922 7,593 63021 090 Bed linen, knitted or crocheted: Other 7455 10787 7604 3330 2245 63022 200 Other bed linen, printed: Of man-made fibres 13935 16714 11803 12361 5998 63022 900 Other bed linen, printed: Of other textile materials 10479 9341 100367 12626 6473 63023 100 Other bed linen: Of cotton 169809 108265 104047 80783 123811 63023 200 Other bed linen: Of man-made fibres 1692 1131 5306 4580 5102 63023 900 Other bed linen: Of other textile materials 15163 6014 7412 4590 10334 63024 020 Table linen, knitted or crocheted: Of wool or fine animal hair 107 114 66 21 28 63024 030 Table linen, knitted or crocheted: Of cotton 2766 5943 8749 8386 8452 63024 040 Table linen, knitted or crocheted: Of man-made fibres 350 1092 527 165 147 63025 300 Other table linen: Of man-made fibres 114 1656 1112 1301 1223 TOTAL 724869 647466 782168 859898 692662
  12. 12. 724869 647466 782168 859898 0 100000 200000 300000 400000 500000 600000 700000 800000 900000 1000000 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015 Export Scenario of: Bed linen, Table linen, toilet linen and Kitchen linen HS codes- 6302 Exports during a year
  13. 13. HS code Name of Commodity Exports in 2011-12 Exports in 2012-13 Exports in 2013-14 2014-2015 2015-2016 (Apr-Dec) 63031 100 Of cotton 76751.24 80380.51 83098 - -- 63031 200 Knitted or crocheted: Of synthetic fibers 542.81 410.897 358 333 236 63031 900 Knitted or crocheted: Of other textile materials 715.71 649.86 723 315 389 63039 100 Other: Of cotton 49,110.30 53,941.27 53334 52893 42166 63039 200 Other: Of synthetic fibres 8,019.59 5,790.64 5039 4717 4638 63039 910 Of other textile materials: Silk shower curtains 958.58 1,230.33 1335 936 691 63039 990 Of other textile materials: Other 17404.25 18357.53 28554 27354 20874 TOTAL 76751 80380 89346 86149 68996 Export Scenario of: Curtains (including drapes) and interior blinds: Curtain or bed valances (Knitted or crocheted) HS codes- 6303 *All Values in Rs. Lacs
  14. 14. Export Scenario of: Curtains (including drapes) and interior blinds: Curtain or bed valances (Knitted or crocheted) HS codes- 6303 70000 72000 74000 76000 78000 80000 82000 84000 86000 88000 90000 92000 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
  15. 15. HS code Name of Commodity Exports in 2011-12 Exports in 2012-13 Exports in 2013-14 2014-2015 2015-2016 (Apr-Dec) 63041 100 Bedspreads- knitted or crocheted 981.15 327.34 483 420 1764 63041 910 Bed sheets and Bedcovers of Cotton 1,84,009.76 3,99,978.14 413692 498858 366697 63041 930 Bed sheets and Bedcovers of Man-made Fibers 19,815.96 20,107.51 18921 16393 9200 63041 990 Other Bed sheets and Bedcovers N.E.S 19,271.09 33,688.86 114917 120281 68497 63049 110 Silk Belt 61.19 17.97 13 36 23 63049 120 Woollen Cushion Cover 881.85 831.19 815 780 343 TOTAL 564085 875216 990796 1048715 793811 Export Scenario of: Other furnishing articles, Bed spreads HS codes- 6304 *All Values in Rs. Lacs
  16. 16. 0 200000 400000 600000 800000 1000000 1200000 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015 Export Scenario of: Other furnishing articles, Bed spreads HS codes- 6304
  17. 17. PERCENTAGE OF EXPORTS OF DIFFERENT PRODUCTS
  18. 18. PERCENTAGE ACCORDING TO CONTINENTS
  19. 19. PERCENTAGE ACCORDING TO THE COUNTRIES OF EUROPE
  20. 20. GROWTH FACTORS
  21. 21. SUPPLY SIDE • Leading home textile manufacturers. • Up gradation in the infrastructure & technology • Relaxation in the government policies & other incentives • End of quota regime acting as a stimulus to further export growth
  22. 22. DEMAND SIDE • Increasing consumption trend towards global products. • There is a trend of going with the seasonal tastes. • Hospitality Sector is also one of the major sectors which have a huge demand for soft furnishing
  23. 23. EXPORT LOCATIONS
  24. 24. MAJOR EXPORTERS • Bombay Dyeing Ltd. • Alok Industries Ltd. • Abhishek Industries Ltd. • Orient Craft • Welspun Ltd. • Kurlon Ltd. • S Kumars Nationwide Limited • Gujarat Fertilizers & Chemicals Ltd • SPC Industries Ltd. • Shital Fibres Ltd
  25. 25. WELSPUN LTD. Asia's largest and the 2nd largest Terry Towel producers in the World. a distribution network in 32 countries largest exporters of home textile products from India. Fully integrated Home Textile Manufacturer - from spinning to finishing owns leading brands like Christy, Hygro Comfort and others
  26. 26. Trident Ltd. • One of the largest yarn spinners in India, one of the world's largest terry towel manufacturers • Sold under various established brands, namely Home Essential, Classic, Kids & Mom, Floral, Colors and Indulgence. • Customer base spread across more than 75 Countries in 6 Continents
  27. 27. DCTEX • India’s largest manufacturer and exporter of curtains and upholstery fabric for last five years. • One of India's largest exporters of synthetic furnishing fabrics to Asia, Europe, US, Gulf etc. • Amongst the top furnishing companies in the world manufacturing luxury furnishing fabrics, upholstery, drapery, bed linen, and made ups with a turnover of 350 crore INR approx.
  28. 28. Foreign collaborations
  29. 29. SWOT ANALYSIS
  30. 30. STRENGTH •Large and diverse cotton textiles industry and its intrinsic strength in embellished home textiles. •Abundant availability of skilled labour at a low cost for carrying out handwork embellishments such as embroidery and embellishments such as patchwork, thread work and decorative accents also gives makers an edge
  31. 31. STRENGTH • Excellent design capability of Indian Designers. • Government support to increasingly diversify and further exports.
  32. 32. WEAKNESS • Fluctuating value of the Indian Rupee • The industry is critically Dependent on cotton. Raw cotton prices are highly fluctuating. • Highly competitive quality and prices from neighbouring countries like Bangladesh and China • China’s competency to produce certain finishes is much advanced than India.
  33. 33. OPPORTUNITIES • India is currently highlighted at the global level, India could utilize this place to open pvt labels abroad. • Elimination of Quota Restriction, according to FICCI research, has helped India expand its global market further since 2005.
  34. 34. THREATS • Rupee fluctuations with respect to US $ and Euro affects the volume and value of exports. • Increasing energy costs. • Not upgrading our technology may result in Indian exports shifting to other countries.
  35. 35. SECTOR & FDI POLICIES 1. 100% FDI is allowed under the automatic route in the textile sector; investment is subject to all applicable regulations and laws.
  36. 36. 2. Technology Up gradation Fund Scheme has infused investment of more than INR 2,687 Billion in the industry. Support has been provided for modernisation and up gradation by providing credit at reduced rates and capital subsidies.
  37. 37. 3. Scheme for Integrated Textile Parks provides world-class infrastructure to new textile units. To date, 57 Textile Parks have been sanctioned with an investment of INR 60 Billion. By 2017, 25 more textile parks are to be sanctioned.
  38. 38. 4. Integrated Processing Development Scheme for sanctioning processing parks has been initiated. INR 5 Billion has been earmarked for this scheme.
  39. 39. *EXPORT PROMOTION CAPITAL GOODS SCHEME(EPCGS) *DUTY EXEMPTION & REMISSION SCHEME
  40. 40. FOCUS MARKET SCHEME(FMS) The exporters of all products to countries, as notified in Appendix 37C of HBP Vol.1 are entitled for Duty Credit Scrip equivalent to 3% of FOB value of exports in free foreign exchange.
  41. 41. 5. Integrated Skill Development Scheme has provided training to 1.5 Million people to cover all sub-sectors of textiles such as textile and apparel, handicrafts, handlooms, jute and sericulture.
  42. 42. EFFECT OF TRADE AGREEMENTS Comprehensive economic partnership agreement between India & Japan
  43. 43. TAX DEDUCTIONS • A weighted tax deduction is given under Section 35 (2AA) of the Income Tax Act.
  44. 44. EXPORT SECTOR SCHEMES • Export Promotion Capital Goods Scheme (PCGS).Duty Remission Scheme. Focus Product Scheme, Special Focus Product Scheme, Focus Market Scheme.
  45. 45. EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCILS • The Cotton Textile Export Promotion Council • Carpet Export Promotion Council • Cotton Corporation of India Ltd. • National Institute of Fashion Technology
  46. 46. REFERENCES • Confederation of Indian Industry • Ministry of Textiles • Ministry of foreign trade • Ministry of commerce • Market research paper by Ace Global Private Limited
  47. 47. THANKYOU

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