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Apparel Buyers
Apparel Retailers
Baby Bloomer Suits
Bed Linen
Circular Knitting
Collar Knitting
Commercial Embroidery
Cotton Ginning
Cotton Towels
Elastic Tapes
Fabric Dyeing & Finishing
Fabric Weaving
Garments Stiching

Handloom Textiles
Home Textiles
Label
Lingerie Stitching
Multiaxial Fabric
Necktie
School Uniform
Silk Industry
Silk Reeling
Socks

T-Shirts
Tarpaulin
Technical Textiles
Tents & Canvas
Textile Quality Systems
Towels
Trousers Men 
Undergarments Men
Women Designer Wear
Yarn Dyeing & Finsihing

 

Other Related Projects

Acrylic Fiber
Baby Diaphers
Felt
Flax 
Indigo

Jute
Jute Bags
Kevlar
Kenaf

Polyester Filament
Rayon Kenaf Composites
Spandex Fiber
Viscose Fiber



  

 
 

 


 

  • A textile is a flexible material comprised of a network of natural or artificial fibers often referred to as thread or yarn. Yarn is produced by spinning raw wool fibers, linen, cotton, or other material on a spinning wheel to produce long strands known as yarn. Textiles are formed by weaving, knitting, crocheting, knotting, or pressing fibers together.
  • The words fabric and cloth are commonly used in textile assembly trades (such as tailoring and dressmaking) as synonyms for textile. However, there are subtle differences in these terms. Textile refers to any material made of interlacing fibres. Fabric refers to any material made through weaving, knitting, crocheting, or bonding. Cloth refers to a finished piece of fabric that can be used for a purpose such as covering a bed.
  • Textiles have an assortment of uses, the most common of which are for clothing and containers such as bags and baskets. In the household, they are used in carpeting, upholstered furnishings, window shades, towels, covering for tables, beds, and other flat surfaces, and in art. In the workplace, they are used in industrial and scientific processes such as filtering. 
  • Textiles can be made from many materials. These materials come from four main sources: animal, plant, mineral, and synthetic. In the past, all textiles were made from natural fibres, including plant, animal, and mineral sources. In the 20th century, these were supplemented by artificial fibres made from petroleum. Textiles are made in various strengths and degrees of durability, from the finest gossamer to the sturdiest canvas. The relative thickness of fibres in cloth is measured in deniers. Microfiber refers to fibers made of strands thinner than one denier.
  • During 1980-94, the real value of output of the Chinese wool textile industry recorded an average annual growth rate of over 10 per cent. The
    main contributing factor was the rapid increase in domestic demand for wool textile products as a result of strong increases in household incomes, but more recently, with increasing foreign direct investment, exports have become an additional driving force. 
  • In 2004, the number of people aged over 60 amounts to 40% of the entire population. In 1980, only 22% of the Europeans belonged to this group age. Textiles represent an absolutely ideal interface between man and medical treatment facilities, and it would be a loss not to make use of the possibilities they offer. On the basis of DRA’s research, over 1.5mn tons of textile materials, with a value of US$5.4bn, were consumed worldwide in the manufacture of medical and hygiene products in 2000. This is predicted to increase in volume terms by 4.5% per annum to 2010 to reach 2.4mn tons with a value of US$8.2bn.
  • Currently textile market of Russian consumes about 300 – 330 thousand tons of cotton fiber annually. Production of cotton yarn in 2004 amounted to 257 583 t, which is 94,3 % of figures for corresponding period in 2003. In the first quarter of 2005 59 003 tons of cotton yarn have been produced, or 87 % of the first quarter level of 2004. Production of cotton fabric amounted to 2 251 672 thousand m², which is 95,4 % of 2003 level. In the first quarter of 2005 it comes to 526 832 thousand m², which is 90 % of the first quarter level of 2004.
  • India can also grab opportunities in the export market. The industry has the potential of attaining $34bn export earnings by the year 2010. The regulatory polices is helping out to enhance infrastructures of apparel parks, Specialized textile parks, EPZs and EOUs.The Government support has ensured fast consumption of clothing as well as of fibre. A single rate will now be prevalent throughout the country. As a result of various initiatives taken by the government, there has been new investment of Rs.50,000 crore in the textile industry in the last five years. 
  • Nine textile majors invested Rs.2,600 crore and plan to invest another Rs.6,400 crore. Further, India's cotton production increased by 57% over the last five years; and 3 million additional spindles and 30,000 shuttle-less looms were installed. Forecast till 2010 for textiles by the government along with the industry and Export Promotion Councils is to attain double the GDP, and the export is likely attain $85bn. 
  • Today textile sector accounts for nearly 14% of the total industrial output. Indian fabric is in demand with its ethnic, earthly colored and many textures. The textile sector accounts about 30% in the total export. The textile industry is the largest industry in terms of employment economy, expected to generate 12 million new jobs by 2010. 
Government Support and Conference
  • Textile park gets government nod
  • Ministry of Textiles- Janata Cloth Scheme
  • Government of Canada Introduces New Measures to Increase the Competitiveness of the Textile and Apparel Industries
  • Role of Skills and Government Support in Stimulating Innovation
  • Union Budget
  • Government of Pakistan - Textile Industry
  • Committee for the Implementation of Textile Agreements
  • Textile & Clothing Industry Forum 2nd Annual Conference
  • Textile Sector for the Economic Editors Conference
  • International Cotton Advisory Committee

Investment Strategy

  • History of International Investment in the Egyptian Textile Industry
  • Indian Textile - spinning a success story
  • CII inks pact for textile investment in Kazakh SEZ
  • Zanzibar: The Islands of Limitless Investment Opportunities
  • Bangladesh - Potential Sectors For Investment
  • Textile Sector Needs More Reforms, Investment — IMF Study Scenarios Give Little Cause for Cheer

Standards and Policy

  • Trading Standards - Labelling of Textile Products
  • Group Standards for Leather and Textile Products
  • NEW China National Standard for Textile Products
  • South Africa Product Information Standard
  • Cost & Productivity in Indian Textiles
  • Tamil Nadu-Textile Policy
  • CLE certification for import of textile and textile products
  • Care labelling of clothing and textile products
  • Pakistan Govt. plans incentives for textile industry
  • National Textile Policy - 2000

Quality

  • Quality Control For Textile Products
  • Indoor Air Quality Aspects Of Finished Textile Products
  • Environmental Indicators of Textile Products For ISO Environmental Product Declaration
  • Quality Control In Textile And Clothing Industries
  • Focus on quality, cost

Consultants

  • Faisal Waheed Khawaja
  • Md. Kabirul Alam
  • Textile Consultant List
  • Consultants - Textile
  • Expert in Textile Project Consultant
  • Eric Chan
  • Business Co-Ordination House
  • Textile Consultants Directory
  • Mehala

Patent and Technology

  • Textile product 
  • System and method for textile production 
  • Process for making a textile product 
  • Resilient laminated textile product 
  • Inspecting textile products 
  • Monitoring for contaminants in textile product 
  • Tightly woven paper textile products 
  • Thermal-responsive textile product 
  • The Stenter and Heatsetting Frame Generation With State-of-the -art Technology
  • High Tech for High Performance
  • Uniform and even scattering over width and length - Process technology
  • Trends in Japanese Textile Technology
  • European Technology Platform for the Future

Foreign Machinery Suppliers

  • Collar Knitting Machine Suppliers
  • Air Compressor Suppliers
  • Dryer Suppliers
  • Dyeing Machines Suppliers
  • Folding Machine Suppliers
  • Hydro Extractor Suppliers
  • Winder Suppliers

 

 

Market 

  • Textile Industry in India- Current Status
  • World Cotton Demand in the Future: Issues on Competitiveness 
  • Development of Medical Textile Market
  • Market Access for Industrial Sector in WTO Negotiations An Agenda for Developing Countries 
  • Crisis in the U.S Textile and Apparel Industry
  • China's Wool Market
  • Textile Industry in Georgia- A Market Survey
  • Marketing and Related Issues
  • Indonesia’s Textile Industry Provides Material Market for U.S. Cotton
  • Characteristics of the Polish Textiles and Clothing Market
  • Textile Clothing Sector in Italy
  • Current cotton fiber market in Russia
  • The US Market for Technical Textiles

Report

  • Garments Industry - case study
  • Report From Brazil on Injury From Low Cotton Prices
  • Impact of Globalization of Textile Industry on Position of Rural Women in Handloom Sector in Orissa
  • Bangladesh: A Growing Textile Economy
  • High credit cost hurts textile sector
  • CII seeks Government's support for textile units
  • Pakistan tries to revamp falling exports
  • End of textile quota regime-India must still spin faster to stay in place
  • Textile industry and competitiveness indicators
  • Eco-Labels and International Trade in Textiles
  • Classification and Textile Industry Implications
  • 150 End-Use Products in Technical Textiles and Nonwovens World Market Forecasts to 2010 
  • Engineering the Performance and Functional Properties of Technical Textiles

Indian Machinery Suppliers

  • Compressors Suppliers
  • Textile Machinery Suppliers
  • Vertical Dryer Exporters
  • Dyeing Machines Suppliers
  • Folding Machines Indian Suppliers
  • Hydro Extractor Suppliers
  • Textile Machine Exporters & Manufacturers
  • Inspection Machine Suppliers Directory
  • Textile Machinery Manufacturers
  • Winder Exporters & Manufacturers
  • Perfecct Garment Machinery
  • Olive International

Raw Material Suppliers

  • Foreign Exporters & Manufacturers
  • Indian Exporters & Manufacturers
  • Textile Raw Material Selling Leads
  • Maytecs International Ltd
  • Textile Raw Materials Sellers 
  • Selling Leads of Textile Raw Materials
  • Trade Leads
  • Wholesale Suppliers of Raw Materials
  • Yarns & Threads Exporters
  • Zipper & Button Manufacturers

Suppliers  of Textile Products

  • Horse & Animal Clothing Manufacturers
  • Bed Sheets & Cushions Manufacturers
  • Embroidered Fabrics Suppliers
  • Fabrics & Textiles Manufacturers
  • Foreign Exporters & Manufacturers
  • Industrial Clothing Manufacturers
  • Man Clothing & Apparel Manufacturers
  • Indian Saree Manufacturers
  • Shah Maneklal Premchand
  • Silk Clothing Manufacturers
  • Textile Products Manufacturers & Suppliers
  • Womens Apparel Manufacturers

  Buyers

  • Textile products Buyers List 1
  • Textile products Buyers List 2
  • Indian Importers & Buyers
  • Foreign Importers & Buyers
  • Importers Directory
  • Textile Products Buying Leads

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