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In surat, approximately 6 lac powerloom machines running and producing 3 crores of fabrics. After Diwali 3 weeks , 20-25 % factory closed, which is loss of appx 15-20 crore meter of fabric with market value of Rs. 300 crores.

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also to the government. Both the organizations jointly convened an interaction meet today at SIMA premises to discuss about the weaving yarn market & fabric market conditions and also devise a methodology to study the market behaviour, particularly in the domestic market. The meeting was largely attended by the members of both the organizations, particularly the powerloom weavers from major clusters of Tamil Nadu. The members of both organizations expressed their concerns about the unhealthy competition created both in the domestic and export markets. They hoped that reopening of dyeing units in Rajasthan. The recently announced MEIS and IES ex     B

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goods might improve the market condition in the coming months. They also felt that all the textile manufacturers in Tamil Nadu should focus making future investments only in wet processing and further value addition to sustain the viability of 47% of the spinning capacity and 22% of the powerloom capacity in the country. They decided to appeal both the Central and State governments to give necessary assistance to create required processing capacity within Tamil Nadu. At the meeting, Mr.P.Nataraj, Deputy Chairman, SIMA delivered welcome address. Mr.J.Thulasidharan, Vice-Chairman, Confederation of Indian Textile Industry (CITI) delivered presidential address and Mr.M.Duraisamy, Chairman, PDEXCIL made special address. Mr.K.Vinayakam, ViceChairman, SIMA proposed vote of thanks.

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with overall index value at 6.68 points. Giant and large brands have continued their growth story much like the previous quarters and stayed ahead of the curve. They have done better with higher sales turnover and lower inventory holding.

MID, LARGE AND GIANT BRANDS ARE RACING AHEAD Q2 Apparel Index clocked in 6.68 points growth. This is approximately 56 per cent higher than the index for small brands (with turnovers of R10 to 25 crore) which stood at 4.28 points. For mid brands (with turnovers of R25-100 crore), growth is 7.7 points. In fact, mid brands performed much better than small brands, but itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the large brands (with turnovers of R100 to 300 crore) with 8.95 points and giant brands (with turnovers of above R300 crore) with a high index value of 9.15 points that have shown real growth. This is a clear indication that mid, large and giant brands are doing much better compared to the small ones. Index pattern this quarter, A COMPARISON OF APPAREL INDICES OF

The Index points out that the sales turnover also increases in the same pattern as the size of the brand. For small brands, growth in sales turnover is just 3.38 and it grows on increasing. For example, for mid brands, it is 5.19, while for large, 5.33 and giant brands, it is 5.54. This pattern follows a reverse order in case of inventory holding, clearly indicating the impact of sales turnover and inventory on the companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s performance. As Vinod Kumar Gupta, MD, Dollar says, â&#x20AC;&#x153;It has been a satisfying year for us with the brand making inroads in newer territories and consolidating its position in existing hosiery markets in India and abroad. We have achieved a massive product growth of 88 per cent across India as a result of the teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s aggressive marketing and advertising strategy backed by superior product range, technology up gradation and capacity expansion.â&#x20AC;? A close look at sell through (small-1.31, mid1.78, large-2.36 and giant-1.27) and inventoryholding (small-2.31, A COMPARISON OF APPAREL 5-5"$ ; Â&#x201D;1 }6[\7$% 1234 - 123{ *[$ y 5-Â&#x2014; *[6 $ y5=y  @Q? [$ \ " %  ??F ;  1234

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mid-1.48, large-0.83 andgiant-0.58) reveals that the reason for small brands not growing is related to the rise in inventory holding, which is higher than the improvement in sell through, whereas in case of mid, large and giant brands, sell through improvement is much better and there is better control on inventory holding. Thus, the Index improves with the size of brands. Hemant Gupta, CFO, Blackberrys, explains, â&#x20AC;&#x153;In the past two quarters, there is a major decrease in footfalls at stores, which is mainly responsible for the decrease in the sales turnover and impacts sell through as well. However, our conversion ratio and basket size has increased but due to lower sales, the sell through has impacted. Increase in inventory holding also is one of the prime reasons for that. This is not with us only but with other brands as well. I am hopeful that          U   ÂŻ  

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CMAI PRESENTS 26 AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;SMT MEENA BINDRA â&#x20AC;&#x2122; HONOURED WITH LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD ARVIND LIFESTYLE RECEIVES â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;THE CLOTHING COMPANY OF THE YEAR AWARD -DOMESTICâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; SHAHI EXPORTS FELICITATED WITH â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;THE CLOTHING COMPANY OF THE YEAR AWARD -EXPORTSâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;

The Clothing Manufacturers Association of India (CMAI) honored â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;SmtMeenaBindra, Chairperson,BIBAâ&#x20AC;? with the Lifetime Achievement Award . Mr. Rahul Mehta, President ,CMAI and Mr. Shantilal L. Shah, Founder Member& Past President, CMAI Presented the Award to Smt. MeenaBindra, at the Apex Awards 2015 Night held on 28th October 2015 at NCPA, Mumbai CMAI also PresentedAwards for Excellence in 25 Categories in theApparel Industry. The Evening of Celebration was graced by SmtKavita Gupta, IAS, Textile Commissioner, Mr. B.S. Nagesh-Founder, TRRAIN, Ms. VijayalaxmiPoddar, Mr. Viren Shah, Mr. RakeshBiyani of Future Group and other Stalwarts of the Apparel Industry. Mr. Jayesh Shah, Chairman, Apex Award Sub Committee stated thatThe Apex Awards were Pesented as per the Findings of the Research done by M/s. Nielsen India Pvt Ltd. The Presidentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Award for Outstanding Contribution by a CMAI Member to the Industry was given to Mr. Ashok Shah â&#x20AC;&#x201C;Chairman of CMAI Fair Sub Committee for his Contribution in taking the National Garment Fair to a new level. The Award for The Clothing Company of the Year â&#x20AC;&#x201C;Domestic went to Arvind Lifestyle Brands Ltd. The Clothing Company of the Year â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Exports Award was won by Shahi Ex-

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ports Pvt. Ltd. of Faridabad. The IVY League Award For The Most Admired Clothing Company of the Year (Small & Medium) was presented to Pragati Fashions Pvt. Ltd. Ms Anita Donge was honored with The Woman Entrepreneur of The Year Award. The Retail Professional of the Year Award was Presented to Mr. Vasanth Kumar M. of Max Retail Division of Lifestyle International. Mr. ManoharChatlani of SOCH was Presented The Retail Entrepreneur of the Year Award . The Distributor of the Year Award went to M/s. Arihant Marketing of Guwahati. The Brand Professional of The Year Award was Presented to Mr. Suresh J. of Arvind Lifestyles. Mr. Ravi Modi of Manyvarwas Presented with The Brand Entrepreneur of the Year Award. The Brand of the Year- Kidswear Award went to Gini&Jony. The Brands of the Year Award Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s & Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Innerwear went to Jockey. The Brand of the Year - Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Indian Ethnicwear Award went to BIBA and The Brand of the Year - Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Western Wear was won by Deal.

& Medium) went to Dressline and The IVY League Award for the Most Admired Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Wear Brand (Small & Medium) went to Nostrum. The Jury Award for The Student Designer of the Year went to Ms. AnshikaGoyal of NIFT, Mumbai.

About CMAI: The Clothing Manufacturers Association of India is the Pioneerand most Representative Association of The Indian Apparel Industry. It has a membership base of over 20,000 Companies including Readymade Garment Manufacturers, Exporters, Retailers and Ancillary Industries across the Country. With its headquarters in Mumbai, CMAI   Â&#x2019;  Â&#x2039;|   H  *  Â&#x2019;lore and Pune. For further information, please contact Mr. Mohan Sadhwani â&#x20AC;&#x201C;Executive Director on 9870781295, Email: cmaimumbai@gmail. com, Web: www.cmai.in

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ing all safety aspects in mind and seamlessly becoming a part of team LANXESS. Over the years, the team has performed extremely well and I thank each stakeholder for making this possible. With continued co-operation, we hope to achieve many more milestones in the years to come.â&#x20AC;?

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innovation and quality, and make India the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s leading cloth manufacturing hub in line with the Make in India strategy. India has the potential and can compete with any country including China,â&#x20AC;? said Mr Prakash Nedungadi, President, Consumer Insights and Brand Development, Aditya Birla Group. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This initiative is not just limited to cities, but it will also include small towns and rural players,â&#x20AC;? he said, at a stakeholdersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; conclave here on Friday (December 4). The summit, involving over 200 leading textile players mainly from the Southern States, was held as part of            

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He praised the industryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s resilience and forward-looking agenda, adding that global industry players have understood the importance of investing in innovations that are planet-friendly and which can also help improve their business bottomline. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our exhibitors have discovered that the visitors - whether they are seasoned ITMA   

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At the close of the exhibition on 19 November, Mr. Carlo Rogora, CEO of ITEMA Group, concluded: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Considering the current situation in the textile industry in some markets, we are pleasantly surprised with these results. ITMA 2015 has been especially satisfactory, both in terms of the organisation and logistics of the show and the sig    B   B   \     

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ITMA 2019 will be held from 20 to 26 June at Fira de Barcelona Gran Via fairground. For more information, please visit www.itma.com.

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importers. Meanwhile, recent reports from Brazil and Turkmenistan indicate robust sales. Competitively-priced, quality varieties remain in demand, especially for export to destinations where mill use remains relatively strong, notably Vietnam and Turkey. %! The Cotton Crop Assessment Committee of Pakistan in its meeting on 11.11.2015 has lowered its cotton production estimates for Pakistan to 11.4 million bales, from its earlier estimates of 13.38 million bales. In Pakistan, there is a shortage of quality cotton. Bangladesh: Bangladesh is 3rd largest importer cotton country in world having no local crop. Bangladesh is importing 3â&#x20AC;&#x201C;3.5 million bales from India every year. Vietnam: Vietnam is 2nd largest cotton importer after China having no local cotton crop. Vietnam imports about 1 million bales from India every year. Vietnam is competitor against Indian cotton yarn in China. Due to very less demand in China, Vietnam mills are not interested to buy cotton at higher price level.

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! The USDA has forecast Turkish cotton production to fall to 2.66m bales, or 580,000 tonnes, in the year from August 2015, down 17% on the previous season. Turkish cotton imports were seen at 4.016m bales, up from the 3.800m bales previously forecast by the USDA. The rise in imports from the US comes despite uncertainties about an ongoing antidumping investigation being carried out by the Turkish government, which was instituted in October last year. There have been fears that the investigation may impose retroactive duties on importers of US product. US: USDA estimated a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;15-16 U.S. crop of 13.28 million bales, 57â&#x20AC;&#x2122;000 bales less than the previous monthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s report. The national yield per harvested acre was estimated to be roughly 782 pounds, 47 pounds      # 

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million tons. In addition to reduced demand from China, an ongoing energy crisis, high energy costs, and high taxes that greatly add to the cost of production have caused many mills to reduce operations, and in some cases to shut down entirely. Turkeyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s consumption is projected to increase by 5% to 1.4 million tons, due in part to expanding private consumption in the EU and political after its most recent elections. Lower production costs and favorable government policies for the textile sectors in Bangladesh and Vietnam will encourage consumption growth in these countries. Mill use in Bangladesh is forecast to rise by 10% to just over 1 million tons while in Vietnam, by 20% to 1.1 million tons. With consumption slowing, world cotton imports are forecast to decline by 3% to 7.4 million tons in 2015/16, which would constitute the fourth consecutive season in which import volume declined after peaking at 9.8 million tons in 2011/12. Chinaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s imports are expected to shrink by 33% to 1.2 million tons. Imports by Vietnam dur      B Â&#x2020;Â&#x2C6;"Â&#x152;<"¡   ¡UÂ&#x2030; B     

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 Adjustable Liquor Ratio Enables selection of minimum MLR for full/partial load during dyeing and ultra low MLR for subsequent washing

 Safety Systems Temperature and pressure interlock Auto pressure control valve Mechanical pre-set pressure safety valve Main pump protection against dry run Int erlocking of â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Heating ONâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; / main pump motor

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December 2015  

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