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Profiles of Three Leading Indian Exporters of Home Textiles
published in Issue 107, June 2017
Home textiles are among the most dynamic export segments in India’s textile industry. By focusing on the US market, India has become the USA’s leading foreign supplier of towels, and one of its top three foreign suppliers of cotton sheets. Its success in home textile exports stems largely from the efforts of a few dynamic companies such as Welspun India, Abhishek Industries and Alok Industries. These companies have become India’s top three home textile exporters and, spurred by their global ambitions and buoyed by their export success, they are in the midst of implementing large expansion programmes.
Welspun India is India’s largest maker and exporter of terry towels, and has emerged as the largest overseas supplier of terry towels to the USA. The company has an aggressive strategy to grow its business by expanding capacity, establishing a subsidiary in the USA, and moving up the value chain by selling innovative and differentiated products. Abhishek Industries is the second largest producer and exporter of terry towels in India. The company has been following a growth strategy for its textile business which is similar to that of Welspun, including an aggressive expansion of capacity, the establishment of subsidiaries in the USA and Europe, and an emphasis on value added terry towels. Alok Industries, a large integrated textile player, entered the home textiles business as recently as 2003 by exporting bed linen. The business has been growing rapidly and has acted as a growth engine for the company. Alok has already emerged as the second largest overseas exporter of bed sheets to the USA.
Four times a year, Technical Textile Markets provides an overview of the global man-made fibre, nonwoven and technical textile industries. It provides market data and analysis of new and established markets for technical textiles, and is essential reading for senior executives in (or supplying) the man-made fibre, nonwoven and technical textile sectors – as well as for those who are not involved in the industry on a day-to-day basis, but who need an authoritative source which helps them to quickly gain an understanding of the key issues facing the companies which are actively involved in this fast-growing sector.
Reports in Technical Textile Markets include:
company and country profiles – giving you the opportunity to learn from strategies employed by others, in terms of production, sourcing, import/export, infrastructure and development, and plans for the future.
profiles of the world's top 40 producers of nonwovens – updated each year with details of developments from each of the leading producers, including acquisitions, investments and divestments, and analyses of trends which the "rising stars" are using to their advantage.
statistical reports – including consumption data, by fibre and end-use applications. Regular updates are published for fibre consumption in Japan, the rest of Asia, the USA, and Western Europe.
market sector information – analyses of important commercial end-user applications, and profiles of both established and emerging markets which take into account such innovations and developments as nanotechnology and intelligent textiles.
regular updates on innovations in fibres, technical textiles, apparel and machinery – including developments in the following categories: fibres and yarns; technical textile fabrics for industrial applications; machinery; technical textiles for apparel; composites; other technical textile products; and technical textile treatments and finishes.
reports on new technological developments and other topical issues – with clear, authoritative comments on their economic and commercial significance. The reports bring to your attention the key issues which you can use to develop your business, and provides contact details of useful organisations.
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