Sunday, February 21, 2010

[ India - the market for natural and man-made fibres, textiles and textile manufacturers to 2012.]

India is the world’s second largest producer and consumer of fibres, textiles and textile manufactured products, after China, and recently the industrial sector has grown enormously. The production of man-made fibres, for instance, has increased 1400% in the last 20 years, to 2,450,000 tonnes.

Because of this growth, the internationally renowned organisation Comité International de la Rayonne et des Fibres Synthétiques (CIRFS) recently commissioned a report which examined developments in India in order to provide man-made fibre producers with information to aid their strategic planning, particularly with respect to the impact of technological change, production, trade and consumption and global market development.
The report analyses the future prospects for the market for natural and man-made fibres, textiles and textile manufactures in India until 2012. Forecasts relate to downstream demand and to the technological factors which will influence the future demand for fibres in the region.
Now this information is available to non-members of the organisation and will be of interest to anyone who wants to supply to, compete with or purchase from the Indian textiles industry, companies that have or are thinking of establishing manufacturing plants in India, and industry analysts of all kinds, including fibre and roll-goods manufacturers, and machinery and chemical suppliers.
The report presents data on
  • production of natural and man-made fibres;
  • capacities of man-made fibre plants;
  • the technologies employed in those plants;
  • an assessment of environmental conditions;
  • the availability of raw materials;
  • trade in natural and man-made fibres;
  • consumption of natural and man-made fibres;
  • production of yarns and fabrics;
  • trade in yarns and fabrics;
  • consumption of yarns and fabrics and net domestic consumption.
It also examines trends in shipments of textile machinery and provides forecasts of the region's production potential in 2012.
Click here for a full list of the contents of the report, the data tables it contains and a printable order form.

No of pages: 97

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