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NOVEMBER 2014
 
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‘Opportunity’ is the word that defines the market for umbrellas in India, impacting a population of more than 850 million residing in coastal areas, receiving an average annual rainfall of over 1,500 mm per year. Even when we take a meagre requirement of one umbrella per family of four people, still the requirement of umbrellas in the country goes up to 210 million umbrellas. Assuming an umbrella costs a minimal of US $ 2, the market demand amounts to a little more than US $ 420 million. But the Indian domestic market, according to the 4,000-odd umbrella manufacturers of the country, is just US $ 100 million and is growing at a rate of 7% to 10% as projected by the Ministry of Small and Medium Enterprises.
 

Bangladesh: Jerkin Group to add 1950 sewing machines at its new unit  
Bangladesh: Government approves FDI outside of EPZs  
USA: Mimaki USA introduces JV150 & CJV150 series printers  
Bangladesh: Univogue deploys Fast React’s Evolve;  
India: Apparel Park to be set-up in Agra  
Japan: Roland DG introduces inkjet digital textile printers  
Ethiopia: Bangladesh-based DBL Group to set-up a vertically integrated unit  
India: Goyal Knitfab installs ERP for automation and streamlining internal workflo  
India: Assam to house an Integrated Textile Park  
India: Winssoft ERP to bring out specialized ERP solutions for apparel manufacturers  
Japan: Konica acquires Verga in Italy  
India: Mandhana to set-up garment unit at Baramati Textile Park, Pune  
India: Inkjet Conference and Awards to be held in February 2015  
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Lecoanet Hemant:
India’s only Exporter of Industrial Luxury

In the business of apparel manufacturing, the two words: ‘industrial’ and ‘luxury’, have rarely been clubbed together. This is due to the fact that an industrial setup is generally required for manufacturing bulk commodity products, whereas a specialized setup of talented artisans would suffice for a luxury-manufacturing unit. The difference lies in the expertise and mindset required for manufacturing a volume-based product as opposed to a high-end product. Perhaps the only company to integrate both business models in India, has been Lecoanet Hemant India Pvt. Ltd., by successfully manufacturing and exporting high-end apparels and accessories with heavy surface embellishments for global brands like Balmain, Kenneth Cole alongside volume-based productions for Indian brands, viz. Madura and Wills.

What is truly an international trade fair… it is a place where technology companies wait to launch new products and where visitors from all parts of the world converge with certain expectations of experiencing these innovations first-hand… Only three fairs in the world come close to meeting these expectations, namely Texprocess (Germany and Americas); CISMA (China); and ITMA, a relatively new event with potential. Today, there is no other garment processing industry fair which can be truly called international. Even the technology manufacturers now do not see themselves as innovators; they are just concentrating on bringing out small improvements
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Technology fairs are a much anticipated hunting ground for interventions to improve productivity and upgrade machines with new-age solutions. AAMA-TEX 2014, which saw exhibits by more than 150 companies from 18 countries, was a major draw for Asian garment manufacturers. Adding an extra edge, was the Li & Fung (Kohls Sourcing Group), organizing a two-day Global Quality & Lean Conference, bringing together around 300 leading and highly reputed garment manufacturers to the event.

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