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Clothing & apparel factories, companies in India, South Asia, are there any benefits under Make in India Initiative?
Yes, Make in India program from the Government of India offers many such schemes for the clothing factories and apparel companies that makes clothes in India, south Asia and also for the Indian textile industry as a whole.
These are the few of the benefits for a clothing and apparel factory in the textile industry of India, south Asia under Make in India Initiative.
Clothing manufacturing process is one of the worst pollution making process in the world. Clothing manufacturing companies and factories emit up to 10% of human's carbon emissions through usage of coal based electricity, which emits carbon-dioxide to the environment directly resulting in Global warming & Climate change. Clothing manufacturers also gobble up millions of litres of fresh water, ground water resources and pollutes rivers and streams.
On this World Earth Day, as the clothing manufacturers in India, Asia, here are the pledges we can take to help mitigate Global warming & Climate Change and be a part of Sustainable and Eco-friendly clothing manufacturing process and help to build a better world for our future generations,
Cotton Yarn prices are soaring like never before mainly due to cotton availability - demand for cotton clothing is exceeding the supply of cotton yarn. Demand for cotton clothing has gone up because of Covid-19 pandemic forced people to stay home, due to this, clothing consumers needed comfortable clothing like t-shirts, pajamas, cotton sleepwear and loungewear. Moreover, global clothing consumers had extra income at their disposal because of Covid-19 travel restrictions, did not allow them to spend money on holidays - which was one of the main expenses for a family.
On one hand, demand for cotton clothing went up, on the other hand, cotton yield has come down especially in India for a variety of reasons. This has caused raise in cotton prices, ultimately resulting in garment price increase and a great disadvantage for cotton clothing apparel exporters of India because countries like Vietnam and Bangladesh has zero duty to their cotton imports and also enjoy duty free access to the European markets.
Now that Government of India has completely waived off 10% duty for cotton imports, this is an great advantage for cotton clothing apparel manufacturers in India especially in tirupur because the duty waiver has the possibility to curtail the monthly price increase resulting clothing buyers confirming more orders to the cotton clothing manufacturing factories in tirupur in India.
A Clothing manufacturer is an organisation, which is run by groups of skilled individuals, who come together to create an synergy in manufacturing bulk clothing combining human skills, machines and latest technologies. Clothing manufacturers can be classified according to the type of clothing they manufacture and also by the process that they are involved in the apparel manufacturing process.
Types of Fashion Clothing & Apparel, a clothing manufacturer can manufacture:-
A Clothing manufacturing company can also be defined by the varieties of process they do in the overall manufacturing of a garment. A clothing manufacturer can be a
How knitting manufacturers in tirupur in India, manufacture knitted clothing fabrics using automatic knitting machines?
Knitting is a very important process in the clothing manufacturing process of knitted apparel. During this process, cotton or viscose or polyester yarn gets converted in to different kinds of knitted fabric using these automated knitting machines. This article explains about the stages of knitting process using images.
Stage 1 involves arranging the yarn bags count wise in the Storage Area
Stage 2 involves inserting the yarn in to knitting machine feeder parts. It is from here the yarn will be feeded in to the central knitting machine.
Stage 3 involves ensuring the the threads are properly inserted in the main part of the knitting machine because even if one thread is cut off, the entire machine will come to a stand still.
Stage 4 involves inserting the lycra thread along with cotton yarn thread. Note that this step is required only if lycra is needed in the finished knitting fabric.
Stage 5 is again a checking stage where we have to ensure the threads are inserting in to the feeder properly.
Stage 6 involves programming the fabric knitting measure along with the type of knitting required to start the actual knitting process. Below is the video demonstrating the actual knitting process.
Stage 7 involves operating the cooler fan as shown in the video. This process ensures machines remains cool and also removes the dust formed by the yarn instantly.
Stage 9 involves folding the knitted fabric, keeping it ready for the next stages of clothing production.
India Australia Economic Cooperation & Trade Agreement (IndAus ECTA)- Is it an Advantage for Australian Clothing Importers, buyers & Retailers?
11 years in the making - India Australia Economic Cooperation & Trade agreement took a decade to come to a successful conclusion, where in Australia enjoys a duty free access to 85% of its manufactured products to one of the largest consumer market in the world and in turn India enjoys a duty free access to 96% of its manufactured products including fashion clothing, apparel & textiles.
Before the agreement was signed, Indian clothing exported to Australia had a duty of 5%, which was a great disadvantage for Indian clothing manufacturers because Australia is in Free trade agreement with (a) China - ChAFTA, (b) Brunei, Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam called Regional comprehensive Economic partnership - RCEP. Both these Free trade agreements meant that for Clothing retailers and importers of Australia, it would be a dis-advantage to buy fashion clothing from Indian Manufacturers. Because of this disadvantage, overall clothing exports from India to Australia was 2% of its total apparel exports.
Now that IndAus ECTA or India Australia Economic cooperation and Trade agreement has been signed by both the countries, this immediately removes the 5% duty for clothing retailers, clothing importers and clothing buyers of Australia, if they choose to import men's, women's or children's clothing from India. Not only that, India is definitely an advantage for the Australian clothing importers, retailers and buyers because,
So YES, it is an ADVANTAGE for Australian clothing importers, retailers and fashion buyers, if they choose to buy clothing from India.
Men's T-shirts Vs Women's Clothing Vs Children's apparel - Which is most difficult to manufacture in Tirupur - the Knit capital of India.
Difficulty in manufacturing of a fashion clothing can be gauged by the following criteria,
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Welcome to Synerg's Clothing blog, this blog is about different methods to help to find the right clothing manufacturers and also explanation about various production techniques clothing manufacturers utilised to manufacture custom mens, women's and children's clothing.