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An overview of indian textile exports and imports from different sources up til 2015

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Imports and exports of Indian textile industry

  1. 1. IMPORTS AND EXPORTS OF INDIAN TEXTILE INDUSTRY
  2. 2. PAGE 1 SECTOR HIGHLIGHTS History OVERVIEW From the ancient times of the famous silk route India has been famous for her textile goods. Its textile were the sole reason the silk route, as its name suggests was created. Now India strives to preserves its former name as a textile giant as it has become the second producer in garments right behind china. The country is also the second largest cotton producer and global leader in jute production. In terms of exports, it ranks amongst the top five globalplayers, constantly expanding its share in world trade. With traditionally positive trade balance, the textiles sector accounts for about 10% of country's total exports and contributes around 4% to Indian GDP and 14% to its industrial production.
  3. 3. PAGE 2 Prospects India is one of the few countries in the world that has developed at all levels of the textile value-chain, from natural and synthetic fibers through yarn and fabrics up to finished goods, thus having a quite diversified and competitive position on the global market. On the other hand, the favorable demography (increasing share of working women, urban population and young people) along with rising income levels are expected to act as a key growth factor for the Indian textile and apparelindustry. The strongest competitive feature of the industry on the internationalmarkets still lies in the cheap cost of the products. Indian Textile Industry Broad Division Man-made: Synthetic fibers and Blends. Natural fibers: Cotton, Wool, Silk, Jute etc. Out of total textile production cotton 70%. Man made and synthetic 20%. Wool, Silk, Jute etc. 10%.
  4. 4. PAGE 3 INDIA’S TEXTILE EXPORT OF DIFFERENT ITEMS
  5. 5. PAGE 4 TEXTILE EXPORT STATISTICS ITEMS EXPORT IN MILLION S US $ GLOBA L SHARE EXPORT IN MILLION S US $ GLOBA L SHARE SILK 149.40 0.0475 135.60 0.0437 WOOL,FINE OR COARSE ANIMAL HAIR,WOOVE N FABRIC 157.80 0.0501 5 177.21 0.0571 COTTON 9926.42 3.1661 5 7717.95 2.4891 5 VEGETABLE TEXTILE FIBRES,PAPER YARN 336.80 0.1072 5 373.80 0.1205 5 MAN-MADE FILAMENTS 2570.23 0.8175 5 2392.28 0.7709 5 MAN-MADE STAPLE FIBRE 2083.43 6.6626 2179.38 0.7027 5 CARPETS AND FLOOR COVERINGS 1579.09 0.5019 5 1819.67 0.5863 5
  6. 6. PAGE 5 CONTINUED…. WADDING, FELT & NON WOOVENS , TWINE, CORDAGE, ROPES AND CABLES 323.58 0.1029 338.26 0.10895 TRIMMIN GS, EMBROIDE RY 378.83 0.12055 404.98 0.13055 COVERED OR LAMINATE D TEXTILE FABRICS 269.46 0.0858 365.71 0.11775 KNITTED OR CROTCHED FABRICS 242.13 0.0721 256.88 0.8028 OTHER TEXTILES 4457.30 1.41855 4645.64 1.49745 NOT KNITTED & CROTCHE D 8343.35 2.65085 9192.14 2.96335 APPARELS AND CLOTHING 6657.53 2.1175 7654.62 2.4673
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  9. 9. PAGE 8 Cotton Introduction: Cotton plays an important role in the Indian economy as the country's textile industry is predominantly cotton based. India is one of the largest producers as well as exporters of cotton yarn and the Indian textile industry contributes about 11 percent to industrial production, 14 per cent to the manufacturing sector, 4 percent to the GDP and 12 per cent to the country's total export earnings. The cotton cultivation in India in stands 12.25 million hectares this year (2014-15) against about 11.5 million hectares last year (2013-14). India is also the second largest producer of cotton worldwide. During 2013-14 in India, cotton yarn production increased by two per cent and cloth production by mill and power loom sector increased by five per cent and six per cent respectively. The states of Gujarat, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh (AP), Haryana, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh (MP), Rajasthan, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu (TN) are the major cotton producers in India. Key Markets and Export Destinations: The value of cotton yarn exported from India in the period April— December 2014 was estimated at US$ 2,906.43 million, while that of cotton fabrics and made-up in the same period stood around US$ 4,128.78 million.
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  11. 11. PAGE 10 Silk Introduction: With sericulture activities spread across 52,360 villages, the Indian silk industry is one of the largest generators of employment and foreign exchange for the country. India enjoys a unique global position in terms of production of all commercially useful varieties of silk. India is the second largest producer of silk and accounts for nearly 18% of global raw silk production. In 2014-15, Mulberry accounted for 74.7 per cent, Eri 16.3 per cent, Tasar 8.4 per cent and Muga 0.6%.of the total raw silk produced. KEY MARKETS AND EXPORT DESTINATIONS In 2014–15, Indian silk exports stood at US$ 449.7 million. Readymade silk garments formed the largest segment generating around 67.7 per cent of silk export earnings, while natural silk yarn, fabrics and made-ups comprised 27.8 per cent of silk export earnings. The UAE and the US are the major markets for the export of Indian silk goods.The UK, France, Italy and Germany are other major export markets. The silk products exported include natural silk yarns, fabrics, made-ups, readymade garments, silk carpets and silk waste.
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  14. 14. PAGE 13 Wool Introduction: India’s wool and woolen textile industry is the seventh-largest in the world. India’s wool and woolen industry can broadly be divided into 10 major product categories: worsted yarn, woolen yarn, wool tops, fabric (woolen/worsted), shoddy yarn, shoddy fabrics, blankets, knitwear, hand- made carpets and machine-made carpets. KEY MARKETS AND EXPORT DESTINATIONS In 2014–15, wool exports (including wool yarn, fabrics, made-ups, readymade garments of wool and woolen hand-made carpets) stood at US$ 1,869.8 million. Woolen hand-made carpets contributed 72.7 per cent to total woolen exports. The US and EU are the key importers of Indian wool and wool-blended products.
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  17. 17. PAGE 16 Synthetic and Rayon Introduction: India has a diverse and rich textile tradition. Contemporary Indian textiles not only reflect the country’s rich and splendid past but also cater to the demands of the modern day. Today, India is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of man-made textiles. Indian fabrics are known for their excellent workmanship, colors and durability. Due to heavy investments in world-class manufacturing plants, continuous innovation, new product mix and strategic market expansion, Indian man-made fibers (MMF) are set to take center stage in the global arena. HIGHLIGHTS: Polyester is the largest segment of the Indian MMF and rayon textile industry. In 2014–15, fabrics were the largest product category, accounting for 37 per cent of the total exports. Indian exports MMF textiles to more than 146 countries. The top 10 markets accounted for 51 per cent of India’s exports in 2014– 15. During 2014–15, the leading market for India’s MMF textile exports was the UAE, with an export of US$ 719.28 million. Turkey emerged as the second-largest market, and the neighboring country, Bangladesh, emerged as the fourth-largest market. Other high-growth markets were the US, Brazil, UK, Egypt, Pakistan, Germany, Afghanistan, etc.
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  20. 20. PAGE 19 IMPORTS OF INDIAN TEXTILE INDUSTRY 2013 2014 ITEMS EXPORT IN MILLION US $ EXPORT IN MILLION US $ SHARE IN TOTAL IMPORTS MAN-MADE STAPLE FIBRE 26.08 26.83 8.01 RAW WOOL 26.36 21.93 6.99 COTTON RAW INCLUDING WASTE 7.95 17.23 11.23 TOTAL IMPORT OF TEXTILE FIBRES 60.39 65.99 26.32
  21. 21. PAGE 20 CONTINUED…. COTTON YARN 4.73 3.13 0.82 COTTON FABRICS, MADE UPS, ETC 43.44 4.81 9.85 OTHER TEXTILE YARN, FABRIC, MADE UP ARTICLE 55.68 59.81 13.95 NATURAL SILK YARN, MADEUPS 5.57 4.13 1.06 MAN MADE YARN, FABRICS 135.08 151.15 36.66 WOOLEN YARN , FABRICS 5.49 4.97 1.24 HANDLOOMS PRODUCTS 0.79 0.25 0.17 TOTAL TEXTILE IMPORTS 250.77 264.26 63.73 RMG COTTON INCL ACCESSORIES 17.22 21.5 4.34 RMG SILK 0.45 0.50 0.11 RMG MAN-MADE FIBRES 7.88 9.20 2.81 RMG WOOL 1.31 1.79 0.35 RMG OF OTHER TEXTILE MATERIALS 9.66 13.21 2.34 TOTAL IMPORTS OF GARMENTS 36.50 46.24 9.95
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