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Growing at a rate of 20% Slide 3: The Indian Garment Industry is segmented into two sectors: Domestic & Export segments INDIAN GARMENT INDUSTRY- OVERVIEW Slide 4: The Domestic RMG is highly fragmented with a few players in the organized sector Small and unorganized local players largely dominate the domestic RMG Market The domestic market worth Euro 13.64 billion can further be segmented into: Slide 5: Men’s Wear segment is estimated at 5.65 Euro billion in 2005-06 accounting for about 41.4% of the total domestic RMG market Segment has grown at a CAGR of around 8% from 2001-02 to 2005-06 Men’s Wear segment has further been categorized as depicted by the diagram Slide 6: The Women’s Wear segment is estimated at 4.69 Euro billion in 2005-06 accounting for about 34.4% of the total domestic RMG market Segment has grown at a CAGR of 8 % from 2001-02 to 2005-06 Women’s Wear segment has further been categorized as depicted by the diagram Slide 7: – The Kid’s Wear segment is worth 3.30 Euro billion accounts for about 24.2%of the total domestic RMG market segment has grown at a CAGR of 14% from 2001-02 to 2005-06 Kid’s Wear segment has further been categorized as depicted by the diagram Slide 8: The export market for readymade garment is estimated at 6.19 Euro billion of the total market size. The United States (US) and the European Union (EU) being the key destinations. Exports are dominated by readymade garments : Exports are dominated by readymade garments Readymade garments dominate textile exports Share of manmade textiles in overall textile export basket has risen, whereas that of cotton textiles has fallen Readymade garments Cotton yarn, fabric & made-ups Manmade staple fibres, yarn, fabric & made-ups Silk & woolen textiles, cotton raw, incl waste 51% 35% 10% 4% 52% 34% 9% 5% 55% 25% 13% 7% 100% = INR 654 bn 100% = INR 390 bn 100% = INR 199 bn Year 1994-95 Year 1999-00 Year 2005-06 Textile exports Source: Ministry of Textiles MAYOR PLAYERS IN INDIAN GARMENT MARKET : MAYOR PLAYERS IN INDIAN GARMENT MARKET 1. Pantaloon Retail (India) Limited 2. Shopper’s Stop 3. TATA – Trent 4. Globus Stores Pvt Ltd 5. Piramyd Retail Ltd 6. Arvind Brands Ltd 7. Provogue ( India) Ltd 8. The Raymond Group 9. Madura Garment 10. Reliance retail Ltd 11. Wills Lifestyle (Lifestyle Retailing Business Division, ITC) 12. Murjani Group 13. Landmark Group 14. Gokaldas Exports Ltd 15. Zodiac Clothing SWOT analysis on Indian garment industry : SWOT analysis on Indian garment industry STRENTHS Increasing disposable incomes of the people Brand conscious customers Availability of cheap finance Growing domestic market, Increase in number of malls WEAKNESSES Predominance of unorganized Sector Technological obsolescence in the supply chain Effect of Historical Government Policies Slide 12: OPPURTUNITIES Increasing demand for luxury brands from the middle class Research and new product development can help the companies to move across the value chain Increased use of CAD to develop designing capabilities Indian companies need to focus on Product Development THREATS Increased competition in the domestic markets Cheaper imports Changing Government’s policy on FDI Need to improve the Working Conditions of the people who are involved in this profession Tackle Chinese Aggression over the International Market INITIATIVES TAKEN BY THE GOVERNMENT TO MAKE THE INDUSTRY GLOBALLY COMPETITIVE : INITIATIVES TAKEN BY THE GOVERNMENT TO MAKE THE INDUSTRY GLOBALLY COMPETITIVE Setting up of US $ 6 Billion Technology Upgradation Fund for modernising the entire value chain of the industry Launching of a Technology Mission on Cotton to improve the quality and productivity of raw cotton Liberalized labour laws, tax and other benefits of a Special Economic Zone need to be implemented Progressive reduction of import duty on garment machinery and products Companies free to set up fully-owned sourcing (liaison) offices, as well as marketing operations Future prospects : Future prospects Garment industry is looking at achieving an export target of $25 billion by 2010-11, an Apparel Export Promotion Council (AEPC) official said. The industry would need an additional 1.5 million people An investment of Rs 35,000 crore in terms of related infrastructure AEPC plans to set up 50 training centres, besides the 22 centres it has at present across the country Recently AEPC & TCS tie-up to focus on IT need of apparel industry Slide 15: RECESSION IMPACT Slowdown of local & global markets Uncompetitive production cost Rising input cost Unrelenting neglect by the government Slide 16: THANK YOU Presented By GUNEET SINGH 08-49 You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.