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FDI in textile need of the hour
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.
Organic textiles: Blessings for the Future!
The demand of organic textiles in India is much less and has not yet reached the peak for Indian entrepreneurs to jump into organic manufacturing, says Avinash Mayekar.
Textile exports: Yesterday, today & tomorrow
India is changing its colour from traditions to fashion and textile and apparel industry is the best observer to witness the same. We are growing and expanding to be precise we are developing beyond boundaries. From a country once considered only as a farmers land. India today has explored and is competing in each and every segment from textiles to electronics, our presence is dominant everywhere.
Textile investment ahead: A boom or bust or just so-so?
India is one of the fastest growing and promising economies today on the world map. With huge raw material availability and with stable Government, rapid industrial growth is forecasted in near future. Today, textile sector is one of the largest contributors to India´s exports with approximately 11 per cent of total exports.
Faster clearance need of the hour
TUFS scheme has been serving as ´Sanjivani´ (Life Giving) for textile sector till date. It was introduced with an aim to boost investments into textile sector.
Some years ago, IT was moving at a snail´s pace in the Indian textile industry, but now even SMEs are going all-out for ERPs and PLMs, thanks to the realisation that these packages help in the long run, reports Indian Textile Journal.
Yarn: A Welcome Twist
This is no ordinary yarn. Spinners are spinning a new success story with innovations, both in-house and with the help of imported fibres. Samuel Joseph reveals this new dimension to the yarn story.
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