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Strengths of Indian Textile Industry And Advantages of sourcing fabrics from India Presentation by: The Cotton Textiles Export Promotion Council of India (Sponsored by: Ministry of Textiles, Government of India) on 19 th September, 2014 at TEXWORLD, Paris. Welcome.
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Advantages of sourcing fabrics from India
The Cotton Textiles Export Promotion Council of India
(Sponsored by: Ministry of Textiles, Government of India)
on 19th September, 2014
at TEXWORLD, Paris
India has the second largest textile manufacturing capacity globally.
In bracket is first rank country.
Source: ITMF reports and Govt. of India publications
Cotton drives growth both in Yarn and Fabrics production
Source: O/o Textile Commissioner, Mumbai
Source: O/o Textile Commissioner, India
Grown at a CAGR of 2.7% during 2006-13, mainly driven by mill , power-loom and hosiery sectors
INDIAN TEXTILE INDUSTRY
Cotton advantage (contd)Large acreage ,second largest in the world under cotton cultivation
Fabrics from India
Investing in India
Sourcing from India
Trade with India
India’s advantage in Raw Material; Labour Productivity; continuous Modernization in Manufacturing, world class Quality Standards delivered by Indian suppliers, increasing Investments in Capacity addition in the entire Textile value chain etc makes it a highly competitive supplier of Textiles & Clothing.
In spite of Tariff advantage enjoyed by other major competing countries, India is able to show impressive growth in export to major markets around the world.
Increasing demand for Textile and Clothing in the domestic market makes India an attractive destination for leading international brands.
We have 92 Indian exhibitors in this edition of TEXWORLD Paris. We are sure all the Indian exhibitors as well as visitors from EU and other countries have a fruitful discussion in this 4 days event for mutual growth in business.
The Cotton Textiles Export Promotion Council
(Sponsored by Government of INDIA)
Engineering Centre 5th Floor, 9 Mathew Road, MUMBAI – 400 004
Tel: (022) 2363 2910 to 12 Fax: (022) 2363 2914
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