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Exporters supporting their workers to cope up with demonetization

As every Indian learns to live without cash, post-demonetization, the struggle is mostly for everyday utilities where the use of plastic money, as it is commonly referred to, is still alien. In this scenario, the Indian garment industry which feeds a huge worker base is coming forward in various ways to support these workers for their everyday needs. Be it cash withdrawal, currency exchange or necessary arrangement to buy grocery, Indian apparel exporters are helping […]

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‘Push for change’ Associations at centre of exporters’ interest…

For the Indian garment exporter, the closing year will always be remembered as the ‘year of awakening’, when exporters pan-India come forward to support change at various associations, which have been in the hands of the same group of people for decades. Though AEPC, TEA and GEAR  –  the three major bodies of Indian apparel industry, dedicated for the growth of industry – witnessed a ‘close fight’ and hectic poll campaigns this year, the biggest […]

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Indian garment exporters take ‘digital route’ to promote products abroad

Garment exporters from India have turned towards e-commerce platforms in their quest to promote their products online and get assured payments. Reportedly, Apparel Export Promotion Council (AEPC) of India has already had several discussions with Alibaba – China’s leading e-commerce giant regarding the same. As Alibaba.com’s sellers are typically manufacturers and distributors, it will help Indian garment exporters to promote, design and customize their products online as per clients’ needs. The AEPC may also seek […]

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Demonetisation Effect: AEPC seeks relaxation in norms

In a bid to help apparel exporting units in India cope up with the impact of demonetisation, the Apparel Export Promotion Council (AEPC), the official body of apparel exporters in the country that provides invaluable assistance to Indian exporters as well as importers/international buyers who choose India as their preferred sourcing destination for garments, has sought certain relaxations in the norms that are in effect since November 8, this year. The council has shared recommendations with the […]

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Shahi Exports improving lives of migrant workers

“Shahi has given me and my family a life. When all doors closed on me and my family, it was Shahi who shed a ray of hope on us. We are thankful to Shahi.” These were the words of a young Indian migrant worker, employed with Shahi Exports – the biggest garment exporter in India and also the largest employer in the garment industry, employing almost 100,000-large workforce. There are more than 4,000 such women […]

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India’s MG Sons enhances focus on export

Garment manufacturers in India are constantly exploring new avenues in search of opportunities for growth. That includes exploring new markets, be it domestic or international. Ahmedabad-based MG Sons is one such company that has realized that apart from doing business in the domestic market, it also needs to look for export opportunities and make forays into the international market, in order to stay afloat. Also Read – Domestic companies entering into export arena “Our domestic […]

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AR Exclusive: AEPC Elections – Rajiv Kapoor shares his agenda

Flag bearer for the change in AEPC (Apparel Export Promotion Council), Rajiv Kapoor, MD, Affordable Exports, New Delhi is contesting for the first time in the elections for EC (Executive Committee). Sharing his agenda prior elections, Rajiv informs Apparel Resources, “I shall work to use the scarce resources of the AEPC for fruitful export promotion activities. Curbing the wasteful expenditure in AEPC seen by many of you in various exhibitions, which goes on unabated presently […]

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TEAMA Demands Separate Panel to Study Problems Faced by Tirupur-based Garment Exporters

Though the Government of India has come up with a few new facilities for India export industry but the sector doesn’t seem to be satisfied with that. M. P. Muthurathinam, President of Tirupur Exporter and Manufacturers Association (TEAMA) said that the recent increase in duty drawback for cotton garments by 0.2 per cent and also the approval given for Interest Stabilization Scheme are not going to help the knitwear industry significantly. He further stated that […]

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