Established with one set of machines in Indore, Madhya Pradesh in 1993, Palash Overseas started manufacturing men’s and kids underwear with the name 'Lips', with a per day production of 1,200 pieces. Today they have listed their company in the top ranked exporter’s roll with more than a lakh undergarments produced per month with one functional unit along with five associate units churning out their products.read more
After a lot of confusion and debate over the increase in minimum wages as per the new labour laws, the Government has finally given some relief to the already struggling garment industry by stating that the minimum monthly wages are not going to be fixed at Rs 18,000/-. Prior to this, The Apparel Export Promotion Council (AEPC) had urged the Indian Government to clear the confusion over minimum wages for the garment sector at the earliest, as a clarification would restore the confidence of foreign buyers.read more
This procedure of pattern advancement is an advantageous occupation profile for all the pattern masters. This computerized arrangement rearranges the mind boggling and untidy procedure of drafting through manual means like paper, scissors, rulers and so on.read more
It seems that confusion related to GST will not fizzle out soon as industry players
from both the apparel and textile sectors are very often seen raising their concern
about GST and the confusion related to it.
In the apparel industry, the Apparel Export Promotion Council has recently asked
the Ministry of Finance for the refund of IGST paid on import of machinery used by
the apparel manufacturer and exporters.
With estimates of annual
growth reaching 25%,
the digital textile
market is becoming a
tremendous opportunity. The textile
market has been evolving and printing
has been gaining a foothold in this
sizable field. While screen-printing was
the initial choice for printing fabric, the
market for digital printing is now
emerging rapidly, moving out of the
preliminary laps and gaining
momentum in India.
We are now in the last quarter of the year and despite all odds, everyone is still fighting strong. Post demonetisation and GST, the business environment has undeniably been affected and chaos rules the market. Right from yarn to garmenting, every individual in the supply chain seems confused about the new taxation system.more
The Political Relationship Between China And India Has Recently Improved. Do You Think Settlement On The Borders Will Open Bigger Doors For Chinese Products In The Indian Market? Kindly Share Your Views About The Current Sitution.more