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1 WELCOME TO PRESENTATION

2 Ram Asrey Lal Director, Government of India, Ministry of Textiles, Regional Office of the Textile Commissioner, Noida

3 Present Status of the Technical Textile Government Initiatives to promote this Industry.

4 US$ 8.97 bn. Domestic US$ 8.35 bn. Export US$ 0.63 bn. (Rs.41,756 crore) (93%) (Rs.38,835 crore) (7%) (Rs.2,921 crore) Imports - US$ 0.86 bn (Rs. 4, 000 crore) ( which is approx. 10% of the market size.)

5 ,756 70,151 12% 21% 11% Figures in bar chart are in Rs. crore

6 India contributes 8% to global market size of technical textiles. Expected to increase to 10% by 2010.

7 (US $ Billion) CAGR (%) World technical textiles Indian Technical textiles India is expected to register higher rate of growth.

8 The Indian technical textile industry has presence in all the 12 segments but consumption pattern is different. India’s consumption level is different than global level. The top three segments in the World vis-à-vis India are given below: Global (2007) India (2007) Segment% shareSegment% share Mobiletech24Packtech36 Indutech16Clothtech17 Sporttech15Hometech8 Others45Others39 Total100Total100

9 MNCs, large scale units, SSI units and cottage units all are present in this industry. SSI sector has significant presence in converting activity. Some of the large scale units are given below: SegmentLeading Manufacturers MobiletechSRF, Century Enka and Nirlon, Bhilwara Textile Mills and Shamken, IFB Auto Liv India, Abhishek Auto and Bond Safety Belt GeotechSupreme Nonwovens Pvt. Ltd, Kusumgar Corporates, Techfab India Ltd, Garware Wall Ropes, Pacific Non Woven. Strata Geosystems (I) Pvt. Ltd. MeditechJohnson & Johnson Ltd., Procter & Gamble Hygiene & Healthcare Ltd., Kimberly Clark Lever Ltd. and 3M India etc. Protech Rajasthan Spg. & Wvg. Mills, Digjam Mills, Jayashree Textiles, Kusumgar Corporates, Entremonde Polycoaters. AgrotechGarware Wall Ropes, Netlon, Rishi Packers Ltd., Kwality nets, Unimin India Ltd. Malmo Exim Ltd., Fiberweb

10 SegmentLeading Manufacturers ClothtechFreudenberg Non woven India, Ashima Limited, Ahmedabad, Pasupathi Spinning and weaving Mills, Sky Industries Limited, Shivam Narrow fabric, Vardhaman Yarn Threads Limited IndutechMRF Limited, Kusumgar Corporates, Khosla Profil Pvt. Limited, Saertex India Pvt. Ltd, Owens Corning India Limited SporttechAdidas India Marketing Pvt. Ltd, SVG Fashions Limited, Lakhani India Ltd, Reebok India Ltd, Action Shoes, Bata India Limited, Cosco India Ltd., Liberty Shoes Packtech Jai Corp Ltd.,Gloster Jute Mills Ltd. Ganesh Polytex Ltd. Rishi Packers,Bright Packaging Pvt. Ltd., Priya Fil Group Hometech Sleepwell Mattresses,Reliance Industreis Ltd. Ginni Filaments, Lakshmi Cotsyn Ltd. Kurlon Ltd, Shamken Multifab, Riviera Home Furnishing P. Ltd Buildtech Bharat Textile &Proofing Ltd., Entremonde Polyesters Ltd, Mafatlal Industries Ltd. Jindal Specialty Textiles Limited, Gokak Textiles. Non- Wovens Supreme Non-Woven, Ultra nonwoven, Fiberweb India ltd, Ahlstrom Fibrecomposites India Pvt. Ltd, Pugalia woollen mills pvt ltd, Associates non wovens, Techfab (India) industries ltd.

11 Production capacity is primarily focussed on commodity products / not very R&D intensive. The technology by and large is traditional. Not many projects are based on state-of-the-art- technology. High-end products are mostly imported. Large untapped potential exist for potential investors.

12 Polyolefin sacks FIBC Leno bags Major items Import intensive items Potential items for investment Soft luggage products % 38% Figures in bar chart are in Rs. crore

13 Major items Import intensive items Potential items for investment Labels Zip fasteners Umbrella cloth Interlining nonwoven % 13% 0.27% Figures in bar chart are in Rs. crore

14 Major items Import intensive items Potential items for investment Mattress & pillow components Fibre fill Blinds HVAC Filters Stuffed toys % 17% 49% Figures in bar chart are in Rs. crore

15 Nylon tyre cord Upholstery Major items Import intensive items Potential items for investment Airbags Seat belt webbing Airbags Seat belt webbing % 9% 23% Figures in bar chart are in Rs. crore

16 Major items Import intensive items Potential items for investment Sports nets Sports composites Artificial turf % 8% 17% Figures in bar chart are in Rs. crore

17 Major items Import intensive items Potential items for investment % 8% 35% Fibre glass items Ropes & Cordages Glass battery separators Figures in bar chart are in Rs. crore

18 Tarpaulins Hoardings & Signages Roofing felts Major items Import intensive items Potential items for investment Hoardings & Signages Floor & wall coverings % 6% 16% Figures in bar chart are in Rs. crore

19 Surgical dressings Surgical sutures Surgical dressings / disposables (nonwoven) Artificial implants Major items Import intensive items Potential items for investment Artificial implants Hygiene products % 10% 15% Figures in bar chart are in Rs. crore

20 Major items Import intensive items Potential items for investment High altitude clothing Fire retardant fabrics High altitude clothing Fire retardant fabrics % 22% 26% Figures in bar chart are in Rs. crore

21 Fishing nets Mulch mats Green house Mulch mats Major items Import intensive items Potential items for investment Green house fabrics % 16% Figures in bar chart are in Rs. crore

22 To tap the potential of technical textiles and to unleash the investments in this industry, the govt. has launched Scheme for Growth and Development of Technical Textiles (SGDTT) during SGDTT comprises of 3 components: i.Baseline survey of technical textile industry, ii.Creation of awareness iii.Setting up of Centres of Excellence (COEs) Scheme for Growth and Development of Technical Textiles(SGDTT)

23 To strengthen the database of technical textiles industry, the ICRA Management Consultancy Services (IMaCS) was appointed to conduct the baseline survey at a cost of Rs lakhs. The agency has submitted the report and the same has been approved & placed in the exclusive website for technical textile : The report contains market size of 12 segments, potential of technical textiles and details of producers, importers and exporters of all categories of Technical Textiles.www.technotex.gov.in Baseline Survey Of Technical Textiles Industry in India

24 Seminars/training workshops/conferences on technical textiles are being organised by Office of the Textile Commissioner in association with TRAs / COEs / Textile Associations/reputed foreign associations in different parts of the country. Sr. NoFinancial Year No. of Seminars/ Training programmes organized (as on date) 02 Total40 Creation of Awareness:

25 Govt. has designated 4 COEs for Geotech, Agrotech, Protech and Meditech segments. Name of the designated agencySegment BTRA & ATIRAGeotech SASMIRA, MANTRA and Navsari Agriculture University Agrotech NITRA & IIT, DelhiProtech SITRA & AC College of TechnologyMeditech Centre of Excellence (COE)

26 Govt. has provided fund support of Rs crore for setting up essential facilities and the COE has to bear the recurring expenditure and manage the COE on commercially sustainable basis. The essential facilities being created in COEs: Facilities for testing and evaluation with national and international accreditation. Resource centre with IT infrastructure. Facilities for training of core personnel and regular training of personnel from the industry. Centre of Excellence (COE)

27 Government of India has recently launched the Integrated Skill Development Programme (ISDP). Under ISDP, it is proposed that 22,000 personnel will be trained in technical textile sector with a cost of Rs Crores in the year & Integrated Skill Development Programme (ISDP) Fiscal duty concessions Major machinery eligible for 5% concessional customs duty. Excise duty on man-made fibre / yarn reduced to 8%. Specified technical textile products are covered under Focus Product Scheme. Under this scheme, exports of these products are entitled for duty credit scrip equivalent to 2% of FOB value of exports.

28 Government of India has recently launched the Integrated Skill Development Programme (ISDP). Under ISDP, it is proposed that 22,000 personnel will be trained in technical textile sector with a cost of Rs Crores in the year & Integrated Skill Development Programme (ISDP) Fiscal duty concessions Major machinery eligible for 5% concessional customs duty. Excise duty on man-made fibre / yarn reduced to 8%.

29 S. No Name of the Ministry Nomination Major recommendation/ Regulatory measures to be taken up 1Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Additional DGHS and AD, MSD  Encouraging use of Non-Woven disposables health care textiles.  Encouraging use of speciality wound care products like non-woven gauge, sponges and dressings etc.  Inclusion of non-woven dressings and manmade fibres in Indian Pharmacopeia. 2Ministry of Home Affairs Joint Secretary (Police Modernisation)  Encouraging / Promoting use of fire retardant fabrics at public place like shopping complex, cinema multiplex, hotels, etc  Use of Protective work wear 3Ministry of Road Transport and Highways Chief Engineer (Roads) SR & T  Mandatory use of Geotextiles for construction of roads  Inclusion of Geotextiles in CPWD manuals and Schedule of Rates 4Ministry of Agriculture Joint Secretary (NHM)  Setting up of Demonstration Centres for encouraging the use of Agrotextiles  Revision of subsidy to Agrotextile products under National Horticulture Mission (NHM) 5Ministry of Defence Joint Secretary (Naval System/Coord)  Indigenization of defence protective textiles in our country. Some of the technical textiles products require mandatory prescription for their use. MoT has already obtained nominations from the following five Ministries. The brief description of issues that require concerned Ministries attention for making appropriate regulatory framework in India are given below:

30 NITRA has been assigned task on formulation of regulations in respect of Protective Textiles with a financial outlay of Rs. 25 lakhs. NITRA will study the legislations/labour laws prevailing with respect to safety wear of industrial workers in European countries and suitability of such legislations in Indian context with respect to 64 Indian legislations. The study is expected to be completed in next six months. IMaCS has been selected for preparation of Report & Presentation for facilitating interactions with the nodal officers of four user ministries for developing the regulations in Agrotech, Meditech, Protech & Geotech segment of technical textiles. The study will be carried out at the cost of Rs. 7.2 lakhs.

31 One of the major cause which is hampering the growth and development of technical textiles is non-availability of standards for technical textiles products. To quicken the process of standards formulation by BIS, Textile Commissioner has set up four committees in four segments of Protech, Agrotech, Geotech and Meditech. The Committees comprise of members from Industry, Technical Institutes, Government bodies with Director of respective COE as Convener. The Committees were constituted in October, The Committees have been entrusted with the responsibility of formulation of Standards so that the same could be forwards to BIS for early finalisation and notification of standards. Five reports of the committee containing recommendations/draft standards one each on Geotech, protech, Agrotech and two reports Meditech segment have been forwarded to BIS.

32 Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (TUFS) Technical textile machinery is covered under the Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (TUFS) and eligible for 5% interest reimbursement. In the Modified TUF Scheme applicable from specified machinery for manufacturing technical textiles are also eligible for additional 10% capital subsidy. (TUFS is presently under suspension) Under TUFS, 423 Technical Textile units with a project cost of Rs crore have already been sanctioned as on From to till date, 429 technical textile units have been registered with this Office of the Textile Commissioner, Mumbai for availing 10% Capital Subsidy under TUFS for Technical Textiles with a proposed investment in machineries to the tune of Rs crores (Approx).

33 Government provides fund support for creation of common infrastructure (i.e., compound wall, roads, drainage, water supply, electricity supply including captive power plant, effluent treatment plant, telecommunication lines etc.) to the extent of 40% limited to Rs.40 crore. Technical Textiles /non-wovens can come in any such park or can come together to have its own separate park to get the benefit of infrastructure support. Scheme for Integrated Textile Parks (SITPs)

34 Ministry of Textiles is proposing to launch technology Mission on Technical Textiles with following objectives: Standardization, creating common testing facilities with national / international accreditation, indigenous development of prototypes and resource center with I.T. infrastructure. Support for domestic & export market development of technical textiles Technology Mission on Technical Textiles (Proposed)

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