Textile industry in India is contributing to 4% in GDP and 14% of Industrial production. Textile accounts to nearly 13% of Indian exports and India earns around 27% of foreign exchange through it. It is the largest industry in India with 45 million people employed in it. Textile industry accounted to US$ 109 billion in 2014 which is expected to reach US$ 127.8 billion by 2020. Rise in yield of agriculture production, rise in disposable income and foreign investments, vast textile production capacity, Large pool of skilled and cheap work force, Entrepreneurial skills Efficient multi-fiber raw material manufacturing capacity, Large domestic market and Flexible textile manufacturing systems are the major biggest reasons for growth of textile in the country.
Readymade garments is the largest contributor to the textile and apparel exports from India in FY 15. It has a share of 40% in overall textile exports. Cotton textile had a share of 31% whereas, man-made textiles had a shares of 16 per cent in 2014 in exports.
India has received FDI worth US$ 1.65 billion during April 2000 to May 2015. India has allowed 100% FDI in Indian textile industry.
Most of the textile and clothes are manufactures/produced in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Gujarat, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal and Maharashtra. Other states of India has small contribution in the industry.
Decline in international fuel prices and increase in middle class population is affecting positively towards Textile and Clothing industry of India. Textile and Clothing Industry is expected to increase with a CAGR of xx.xx% till 2020.
This Report Offers:
The study elucidates the situation of India and predicts the growth of its Textile and Clothing industry. Report talks about growth, market trends, progress, challenges, opportunities, government regulations, technologies in use, growth forecast, major companies, upcoming companies and projects etc. in the Textile and Clothing Sector of India. In addition to it, the report also talks about economic conditions of and future forecast of its current economic scenario and effect of its current policy changes in to its economy, reasons and implications on the growth of this sector. Lastly, the report is segmented by various types of Minerals and Metals available in the country.
2. Executive Summary
3. Key Findings of The Study
4. Market Overview
4.1 Market Overview
4.2 Industry Value Chain Analysis
4.3 Industry Attractiveness – Porter’s 5 Force Analysis
4.4 PESTEL Analysis
4.5 Industry Policies
5. Market Dynamics
5.2.1 Strong local market
5.2.2 India: An Important destination for time immemorial for textile and clothing
5.2.3 Devalued Currency
5.2.4 Trade agreements with most of the countries
5.3.1 Low quality produce in some sub-sectors
5.3.2 Local rules and laws
5.3.3 Decreasing agriculure land
5.4.1 High quality cotton weaving plants in India
5.4.2 Silk export from India
6. India Textile and Clothing Market
6.2 Segmentation, by type
6.2.1 Textile Market
188.8.131.52 Animal textile (Silk and Wool)
184.108.40.206 Plant Textile (Acetate, Bark cloth, Cotton, Flax, Hemp, Teri cot, Nylon, Chiffon)
220.127.116.11 Mineral Textile (Acrylic)
18.104.22.168 Synthetic textile (Denim)
6.2.2 Clothing Market
22.214.171.124 Kids Wear
6.3 Segmentation, By Demographic locations
6.3.1 Uttar Pradesh
6.3.5 Tamil Nadu
7. Investment Analysis
7.1 Recent Mergers And Acquisitions
7.2 Investment Outlook
8. Future of India Textile and Clothing Market
9. Competitive Intelligence – Company Profiles
9.1 Bombay Dyieng
9.3 Arvind Mills
9.6 Kalyan Silks
9.7 Fab India
9.8 Mysore Silks