APD EXPORTS a Mumbai based export house established in 1984 by Dilip Dudani is gearing up for new accolades and benchmarks. The company is known for manufacturing trendy garments to meet every gender’s fashion. Having spent nearly twenty one years in the garment export industry, Dilip Dudani has been able to constantly bring a fresh perspective to the trade.read more
India is one of the fastest growing global economies and on the way to becoming the new global manufacturing hub. Much ink has been invested to disseminate the impact of Goods and Services Tax on various sectors, however, the analysis of its impact on imports of raw material, fabrics and machinery is yet to be done.read more
The colour White never goes out of fashion, although it springs to life in summer and rocks the season. Be it men, women or kids, a summer wardrobe without a crisp white cotton outfit remains incomplete. Besides being cool, white is also a positive colour.read more
Donear Group has announced acquisition of Grasim Bhiwani Textile Limited, the Poly-Viscose Suiting Fabrics subsidiary of Grasim Industries. The acquisition of Grasim Bhiwani Textile Limited (GBTL) gives Mumbai-based Donear Group a strategic edge in global textiles business in terms of world-class production capabilities to market products and access to marquee customers globally.read more
India’s first ever mega textiles trade fair Textile India that was recently held in Gandhinagar, Gujarat ended on a grand note. Being one of the most awaited moments of the textile and apparel industry, the event saw our dynamic PM, Shri Narendra Modi, inaugurating the exhibition. India’s textile and apparel sector is finally enjoying a lot of attention that was missing for last few years. The industry is a big magnet and the figures also indicate the same.
The past one month was a very turbulent one as ever since the GST was rolled out there were nationwide protests across the country especially in all textile and fabric clusters like Ahmedabad, Surat, Erode, Tirupur, Ludhiana, and many more. The confusion about GST structure, the clauses, paperwork, refunds, drawbacks and 5% GST on fabrics was condemned by entire textile and apparel industry which is already going through a rough patch due to increasing competition and lower margins. The biggest setback for the industry came in when the Govt announced new taxation policy for drawback rates.more
Do you think exhibitions like Textile India, which recently concluded in Ahmedabad; a dynamic Textile Minister Smriti Irani and new textile policy can really bring in changes in terms of the growth and size of apparel industry of India? What do you think about the future of garment export industry, please share your views?more