Top Stories 
Training: The need of the hour
February 2018
Deeper training would help to increase productivity and efficiency, much required vital factors for the apparel industry, to ensure long-term competitiveness, says Dr Darlie Koshy.
There is huge shortage of skilled labour in textile
February 2018
The Textile Sector Skill Council (TSC), a non-profit organisation, works towards the development of skilled workforce for the textile industry through setting curriculum for training and accreditation of trade competency.
Skilling on track!
February 2018
Indian textile industry cannot afford to ignore the implications of ‘skilling’ the labour force, for to sharpen the competitive edge in producing and exporting quality textile goods, skilled labour is a must. The ITJ cover story traces the ‘skilling’ moves in the textile industry.
SCBTS: In a nutshell
February 2018
The scheme will be implemented for the benefit of all sections of the society across the country including rural, remote, LWE affected, North East, Jammu and Kashmir by imparting skills in the identified job roles.
2018 A Watershed Year?
January 2018
The year 2017 had a few demons that the textile industry needed to exorcise: Demonetisation and GST, which tore into the fabric of the small sector, the after-effects of which are still lingering on.
Export less of a drag on growth?
January 2018
Inflation is likely to continue firming up gradually on the back of higher food and fuel prices but will continue to remain within RBI’s comfort zone, says Abhishek Goenka. Heading into 2018, we are in a phase of synchronised global growth. Business sentiment and consumer confidence is on the rise, generally across major economies. The year 2017 has been an exceptional year for risk assets, especially equities. Major equity indices have hit new all time highs. Low inflation and wage growth in developed economies, uncharacteristic of this phase of economic cycle has allowed central banks to withdraw accommodation gradually.
FDI in textile need of the hour
January 2018
In 2018, China will shy away from conventional textiles to concentrate more on branded apparel. This will create a huge demand-supply gap, says Avinash Mayekar. Yes, 2018 would be the year for textiles and apparels! Let’s change ourselves in this New Year, by becoming positive in our attitude. Let us begin this year with hope. Hope that this year will be the year for the growth of Indian textile industry, hope for positive investments, and hope that the year will turn out to be the watershed year for Indian textile industry. After all, “hopes” alone have the capacity of driving crazy dreams and making them achievable.
Fuelling growth and creating employment
January 2018
Indian textile and apparel market is estimated at $118 billion, 69% of which is domestic consumption while exports constitute the rest 31%. The global apparel consumption in 2016 is estimated to be $1.7 trillion, which formed around 2 per cent of the world GDP of $73.5 trillion. EU-28 was the largest apparel consumer market worth $400 billion, which was followed by markets of the USA, China and Japan. These top four markets together constituted approximately 62 per cent of the global apparel consumption.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10  Next 
 

Advertise Here [728 W x 90 H pixels]
Sieger Spintech Equipments Pvt Ltd      Loepfe Brothers Ltd (Masterline)      TeFoc Accessories      Rabatex Industries      Associated Autotex Ancillaries Pvt Ltd      Elgi Electric and Industries Ltd      Savio India Ltd      Vetal Hitech Machines Pvt. Ltd      Sheeba Engineering Co.      Nestling Technologies      Arvind Rub-Web Controls Ltd      Prashant West Point Machinery Pvt. Ltd      Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India      B & R Industrial Automation Pvt Ltd      Gem Equipments Ltd      Cox And Kings Ltd      Meera Industries Ltd      Trutzschler India Pvt Ltd      Rieter India Pvt. Ltd      Unitop Aquacare      Texfab Engineers (I) Pvt Ltd      Techno Electronics And Instruments      Hindalco Industries Ltd      Stovec Industries Ltd      Hongkong Trade Development Council      Excel Traders      SSP Pvt Ltd      DCC Print Vision LLP      A.T.E Enterprises Pvt Ltd (Processing ETP)      SRE Corporation      Jogindra Industries Pvt Ltd      Lapp India Pvt Ltd      Savio Texcone Pvt Ltd      Eppinger Tooling Asia Pvt Ltd      Henna Tex      K.U. Sodalamuthu and Co. Pvt Ltd      Shail International Pvt Ltd      Embee Corporation      Lakshmi Machine Works Ltd      Premier Evolvics Pvt Ltd      Texcom Textile Solution      Sieger Spintech Equipments Pvt Ltd      Loepfe Brothers Ltd (Masterline)      TeFoc Accessories      Rabatex Industries      Associated Autotex Ancillaries Pvt Ltd      Elgi Electric and Industries Ltd      Savio India Ltd      Vetal Hitech Machines Pvt. Ltd      Sheeba Engineering Co.      Nestling Technologies      Arvind Rub-Web Controls Ltd      Prashant West Point Machinery Pvt. Ltd      Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India      B & R Industrial Automation Pvt Ltd      Gem Equipments Ltd      Cox And Kings Ltd      Meera Industries Ltd      Trutzschler India Pvt Ltd      Rieter India Pvt. Ltd      Unitop Aquacare      Texfab Engineers (I) Pvt Ltd      Techno Electronics And Instruments      Hindalco Industries Ltd      Stovec Industries Ltd      Hongkong Trade Development Council      Excel Traders      SSP Pvt Ltd      DCC Print Vision LLP      A.T.E Enterprises Pvt Ltd (Processing ETP)      SRE Corporation      Jogindra Industries Pvt Ltd      Lapp India Pvt Ltd      Savio Texcone Pvt Ltd      Eppinger Tooling Asia Pvt Ltd      Henna Tex      K.U. Sodalamuthu and Co. Pvt Ltd      Shail International Pvt Ltd      Embee Corporation      Lakshmi Machine Works Ltd      Premier Evolvics Pvt Ltd      Texcom Textile Solution