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Indian Textile Industry

  1. 1. INDIAN TEXTILE INDUSTRY GROUP MEMBERS – ANUJ DIWAKAR NIKITA SANGAL RISHIBHA RAI PRACHI AGARWAL GAGANDEEP SINGH ISHAN NAGPAL
  2. 2. TEXTILE INDUSTRYContribution of T&C industry toIndia’s GDP 4% Contribution of T&C industry to India’s 14%Industrial ProductionContribution of T&C industry to 12%export earnings
  3. 3.  Indian textile industry can be divided into several segments, some of which can be listed as below:• Cotton Textiles• Silk Textiles• Woolen Textiles• Readymade Garments• Hand-crafted Textiles• Jute and Coir
  4. 4.  Second largest provider of employment after agriculture. Cotton textiles has registered a growth of 8.2% during April-September 2010-11, while wool, silk and man-made fibre textiles have registered a growth of 2.2 % while textile products including wearing apparel have registered a growth of 3 %. India has the potential to increase its textile and apparel share in the world trade from the current level of 4.5% to 8 % and reach US$ 80 billion by 2020.
  5. 5. MARKET SIZE The Vision Statement for the textiles industry for the 11th Five Year Plan (2007-12) sees India securing a 7% share in the global textiles trade by 2012. Currently, the Indian textiles industry is valued at US$ 55 billion, 64 % of which caters to domestic demand. Total textile exports during April-March 2010- 11 stood at US$ 12.5 billion.
  6. 6. (US$ BILLION)EXPORTERS VALUE SHARE IN WORLD EXPORTS(%) ANNUAL PERCENTAGE CHANGE(%) 2010 1980 1990 2000 2010 2005-10 2008 2009 2010CHINA 130 4 8.9 18.3 36.9 12 4 -11 21EUROPEANUNION 99 - - 28.5 28.1 3 8 -14 1extra -EU(27)exports 22 - - 6.6 6.3 3 10 -21 2HONGKONG,CHINA 24 - - - - -2 -3 -18 5domestic exports 0 11.5 8.6 5 0.1 -4.3 -4.2 -80 -28re-exports 24 - - - - 3 5 -11 6BANGLADESH 16 0 0.6 2.6 4.5 18 23 15 25TURKEY 13 0.3 3.1 3.3 3.6 2 -2 -15 10INDIA 11 1.7 2.3 3 3.2 5 10 9 -6
  7. 7. LEADING IMPORTERS VALUE SHARE IN WORLD ANNUAL PERCENTAGE (US$ IMPORTS(%) CHANGE (%) BILLION ) 2010 1980 1990 2000 2010 2005-10 2008 2009 2010EUROPEAN 164 - - 41.0 44.7 5 16 -11 2UNIONExtra –EU 88 - - 19.8 23.8 6 10 -9 3(27)importsUNITED 82 16.4 24 33.1 22.3 0 -3 -13 14STATESJAPAN 27 3.6 7.8 9.7 7.3 4 7 -1 5HONK0NG 17 - - - - -2 -3 -16 7 :CANADA 8 1.7 2.1 1.8 2.3 7 8 -8 10 Source : WTO –International Trade Statistics
  8. 8. PRODUCTION CENTRES
  9. 9. EXPORT GROWTH APPAREL EXPORT 25 20 PERCENTAGE 15 10 5 0 2005- 2006- 2007- 2008- 2009- 06 07 08 09 10 APPAREL EXPORT 17.52 19.5 22.15 20.94 22.42 SOURCE : MINISTRY OF TEXTILES
  10. 10. REGION WISE EXPORTS (COMPARISON)Others Exports ( share %) 2010-11 EXPORTS (Share %) 2009-10 1% Asia Others 18% 1% Asia Africa 18% America America Africa 2% 29% 30% 2% EuropeEurope 50% 49% EXPORTS (US$ MILLION) 2008-09 others 1% Asia 15% America Africa 33% 2% Source : Ministry of Europe 49% Commerce
  11. 11. FOREIGN TRADE POLICY (2009-2014) Duty free import of specified trimmings, embellishment etc shall be available @ 3% on exports of polyester made-ups in line with the facility available to sectors like textiles & leather. It will promote export of products such as micro cloth, which has become popular in home textiles. Readymade Garment sector granted enhanced support under MLFPS for a period of further 6 months from October, 2010 to March, 2011 for exports to
  12. 12. TEXTILE PRODUCTION CENTRES Amritsar  Ahmadabad Phagwara  Surat Ludhiana  Mumbai Bhiwani  Bengaluru Delhi  Chennai Faridabad  Coimbatore Modinagar  Madurai Kanpur  Raurkela Kolkata  Tirrupur
  13. 13. MAJOR PLAYERS IN TEXTILEINDUSTRY Welspun India ltd. Vardhaman Group Alok Industries ltd. Raymond Industries Arvind Mills Limited Bombay Dyeing Garden Silk Mills ITC Lifestyle
  14. 14. EXPORT PROMOTIONCOUNCILS organize textiles and garments fairs organize mega-shows, fashion fairs, buyer-seller meets (BSMs) in potential markets sponsor trade delegations for consolidating the existing markets and exploring new markets 11 textiles exports promotion councils
  15. 15. EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCILThe export promotion councils provide assistance to their members inthe following areas:-i) Issuance of Certificate of Origin;ii) Benefits under Market Development Assistance/Market AccessInitiative Scheme;iii) Overseas participation in international fair/buyer seller meets etc;iv) Attending to problems relating to customs;v) Collection of cost data for duty drawback;vi) Providing training facilities to augment skilled manpower at the shopfloor level;vii) Providing a channel of coordination between the Industry and theGovernment.
  16. 16. FDI India has most liberal and transparent policies in Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) amongst emerging countries. Ministry of Textiles has set up FDI Cell to attract FDI in the textile sector in the country. Foreign investment and collaboration in India’s textile and apparel industry has increased significantly in recent years.
  17. 17. MAJOR FOREIGNCOLLABORATIONS ANDBRANDS IN INDIA  Arvind Brands  Raymond  Vardhman Group  Levi Strauss  Jockey  Benetton  Bhilwara Melba De Witte  Gokaldas Intimatewear  Welspun Zucchi Textiles  Marzotto  Esprit  Armani
  18. 18. TRENDS IN DOMESTIC MARKET Domestic Apparel market growing at 10% p.a. Urban Consumers increasingly seeking branded and lifestyle products. Semi-urban and rural Indian markets are growing faster than expected. Helpful demographic profile and increase in working female population
  19. 19. FACTS AND FIGURES Current share in world export of textiles – 3.5 - 4 %. Current share in world clothing export – 3 %. Largest export segment – Readymade Garments. The apparel sector supports 7 million people as a part of its workforce.
  20. 20. TOWNS OF EXPORTEXCELLENCE Tirupur (Tamil Nadu)- Hosiery Ludhiana(Punjab)- woolen knitwear Panipat(Haryana)-woolen blanket Bhilwara(Rajasthan)- Textile
  21. 21. QUALITY STANDARDS IN TERMSOF APPAREL EXPORTPROMOTION COUNCIL Documenting and maintaining the Quality System as per the criteria stipulated in the International Standard ISO/IEC 17025:2005 and ensuring confidentiality of test / calibration results. Dimensional Stability Tests Color Fastness Tests Zipper Tests Button Tests Flame & Heat Protective Tests
  22. 22. OPPORTUNITIES Integration of information technology. Emerging retail industry and malls. Increased disposable income.

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