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Diversification: The survival key for medium-level exporters in Delhi-NCR

Today, home furnishing market is one of the most competitive industries across the globe that carries a very promising future for those companies that have the wherewithal to deliver products as per various market demands. According to a market research report released by Allied Market Research, home products are a growing segment increasing rapidly at the current CAGR rate of 4.2 per cent, expected to touch US $ 664.0 billion by 2020. This significant growth […]

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ROSL driving growth in Indian garment industry: AEPC

Apparel Export Promotion Council (AEPC), the apex council for the apparel exporters in India, recently conducted a survey to find out the reasons behind exceptional export growth of 31.7 per cent in April, 2017. In its study, AEPC figured out that Rebate of State Levies (ROSL) scheme has hugely impacted the industry in a positive way. The industry seems quite positive and is expecting a constant increase in exports over the period of three years. […]

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Indian T&C industry needs more knowledge sharing sessions

Garment and textile industry of India has urged the Government to conduct more knowledge sharing programmes. To drive growth, increase technical potential and production efficiencies, revised taxation policies, and other important aspects always demand effective and regular interaction sessions, the industry underlined. Although industry bodies and ministries jointly organize such type of events for the exporters and manufacturers, but still they appear unsatisfied. Apparel Resources talked to some of the industry player to figure out […]

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ROSL Effect: Apparel exports up 31.7%

Indian apparel exports industry noted a surge of 31.7 per cent in April this year post the implementation of Rebate of State Levies (ROSL) Scheme, which was announced in July 2016. Also, the exporters have increased their production by around 30 per cent and generated approximately five per cent more employment. Ashok G Rajani, Chairman, AEPC said, “The big jump in apparel exports is the result of recently implemented incentive called Rebate of State Levies on […]

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Closing stores & bankruptcies in US An alarming situation for Indian exporters!

In the last few months, more than 18 fashion brands/stores, based in US, have shown very negative trends as some of them have announced closure of stores and filing for Chapter 11. Western media has presented a news report named, ‘America’s retailers are closing stores faster than ever’, where it has been predicted that there could be closure of more than 8,000 stores in 2017, which could surpass 2008s peak of around 6,200. As EU […]

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NITRA launches book on Solar Energy to help India apparel exporters

Use of solar energy is increasing day-by-day in Indian textile and garment industry. Not only the Southern part of the country, which always stays ahead in taking such initiatives, apparel factories in Northern India are also installing solar plants now on large scale. To spread more awareness about the solar energy and its advantages, NITRA (Northern India Textile Research Association), Ghaziabad has recently launched a book – “Solar Energy – Fundamentals, Economic and Energy Analysis”. […]

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Store closures in US concerns Indian apparel exporters

Struggling fashion retail business in the US is a big concern for Indian apparel exporters as in the past few months over 18 fashion brands have shown negative results. Some of the retailers have even announced stores closure and are filing for Chapter 11. As the EU market is already not doing well and now US is also showing sluggishness, both of which are traditional and core markets for India, apparel exporters are getting concerned. […]

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Apparel Resources interviews Puma India’s Apparel Sourcing Head

Shirish Srivastava, Country Manager – Apparel Sourcing (India) at Puma Global Sourcing, Bangalore an ex-Niftian, a lean manufacturing expert and a black belt in six sigma, has over 16 years of sourcing experience from India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Pakistan. Apparel Resources talked to him on sourcing and allied issues in apparel industry. He has worked with Indian apparel exporters, international brands and buying houses like Shahi Exports, Impulse International, Enamor and Adidas India. Working […]

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Khanna Knitwears and Exports: A Turnaround from Domestic to 100% EOU

Across India, many apparel exporters have reasonable share in the domestic market or are creating their reach in the domestic arena. In fact, since the last few years, it has been a growing trend. On the other hand, there are few companies who were earlier into the domestic market and were working with good brands, but now they are focusing on overseas market. Ludhiana based Khanna Knitwears and Exports is a perfect example in this […]

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Organic and Indian apparel exporters…

There are nearly 800 GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified companies in India covering the entire supply chain from cotton to the final product. This list includes most of the big Indian names in apparel exports. Despite growing awareness over organic across the world, there are very few Indian apparel exporters who have major focus on organic clothing. Its growth among Indian apparel exporters has not been consistent or has yet not reached up to mass level. One of the significant reasons for this is that bulk […]

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FIEO Awards: Over 10 textile & apparel companies get recognition

SEL Textiles Ltd., SEL Manufacturing Co. Ltd., Garg Acrylics Ltd., Trident Limited, Nahar Spinning Mills Ltd., R B Knit Exports (all based in Ludhiana), Obeetee Textiles, Mirzapur, Orient Craft Ltd., Gurgaon and CTA Apparels, Noida are the Indian textile and apparel exporters that received honour at the FIEO’s Northern Region Export Excellence Awards. The awards were given in various categories like Top Exporter (Non-MSME), Trading House (Non-MSME), Star Export House (Non-MSME), Export House – MSME, […]

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5 strong opinions of Indian apparel exporters on Textiles India 2017

Ministry of Textiles (MoT), Apparel Export Promotion Council (AEPC) and other Export Promotion Councils (EPCs) of the textile industry of India are doing their best to make the upcoming mega textile event ‘Textiles India 2017’ along with Textile India Conclave in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, from June 30 to July 2, 2017, a successful affair. Even Pushpa Subrahmanyam, Additional Secretary, MoT along with three other senior officials of the textile industry went to China for a roadshow […]

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Challenges for wholesalers/importers

In the present scenario when ‘reshoring’, ‘nearshoring’, ‘offshoring’ are the buzzwords, and it has become important for buyers to justify why they are sourcing from a particular destination, consolidation of vendors as well as exploring of new vendors is continuously going on. In the processes, wholesalers/importers are facing many challenges when sourcing from Indian vendors; and though these clients of Indian exporters loudly appreciate the improvements being made by their vendors, they admit that there […]

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Secret of successful business with wholesalers/importers – innovative product at competitive price

Working with several wholesalers and importers across 3 European countries, Dr. G. Loganathan, Managing Director, The Imperial, Tirupur in an exclusive interaction with team Apparel Online, details the challenges, pluses and relevance of commitment in today’s business scenario, while sharing the enriching experience he has had working closely with wholesalers/importers and retailers. Already sourcing products worth over US $ 5.5 million from the country, the company is exploring options to expand their market reach to […]

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Buying houses working with wholesalers/importers bringing regular business to the country

There are many buying houses/buying agents in India who are working with wholesalers and importers. Some of them do have apprehensions and admit that on some point working with this segment is even difficult for buying houses. But they vehemently deny that compromises are made in quality, as suggested by some exporters. None of the buying house representatives acknowledged that wholesalers/importers ever accept any lacking on quality. Following all the standard parameters of quality, they […]

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