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Indian Textile delegation to Japan

Written By Views maker on July 17, 2009 | 7/17/2009

image Union Textiles Minister Dayanidhi Maran will lead the joint trade delegation of textiles sector to Japan on July 20.  The seventeen-member delegation comprises the representatives of the Apparel Export Promotion Council (AEPC), The Cotton Textiles Export Promotion Council (TEXPROCIL), the Synthetic and Rayon Textiles Promotion Council (SRTEPC), the Knitwear Technology Mission, and leading textiles manufacturers and exporters from Tirupur and Coimbatore textiles clusters. The member of the delegations are as follows.

1. Mr. Rakesh Vaid, Chairman, Apparel Export Promotion Council
2. Mr. Sudhir Sekhri, Chairman(Export Promotion), Apparel Export Promotion Council
3. Mr. V.S.Velayutham, Chairman, The Cotton Textiles Export Promotion Council,
4. Mr. Ganesh Kumar Gupta, Chairman, Synthetic and Rayon Textiles Promotion Council
5. Mr. Arumugam Sakthivel, Chairman, Knitwear Technology Mission, Tirupur
6. Mr. Thangaraj Chinnasamy Gounder from M/s Gold King, Tirupur
7. Mr. Shanmugasundaram Balasubramaniam from M/S RBR Garments, Tirupur
8. Mr. A.L.Ramachandra, M/s Vijayeswari Textiles Ltd., Coimbatore
9. Mr. M.M. Elango, Yuvraj Merchex, Tirupur
10. Mr. C.R.Rajendran, Shellnet, Tirupur
11. Mr. M. Ramasamy, Warsaw International, Tirupur
12. Mr. R. Ravi Venkatesh, Poppys, Tirupur
13. Mr. D. Jaishankar, Collarplus, Tirupur

During his visit, Maran will inaugurate the Indian Pavilion at the Japan International Fashion Fair (JIFF), known as Mega Apparel and Textile Show, at Tokyo, Japan on July 22. The Fair will run till July 24, and 44 Indian textiles and clothing exporters have booked 50 stalls. The AEPC along with the SRTEPC and the TEXPROCIL are participating in the Fair. With a view to diversify the textiles and clothing exports and reduce dependence on USA and EU 27, the Government is promoting exports to South East Asia under its 'Look East Policy'.

An important component of this policy is to attract of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI). Japan is one of the biggest consumers of textiles and clothing, but India has very negligible market share of 1.12 per cent in Japanese import basket. To further these objectives, during his stay in Tokyo, Maran will address a business meeting hosted by the Japan-India Business Cooperation Committee (JIBC) and will use this platform to solicit investment in Indian textiles sector, where 100 per cent FDI is permissible.

The Indian Government is conscious of the fact that textiles industry needs modernization and there is huge scope for Japanese investment to upgrade spinning, weaving, processing and garmenting facilities. The Government is making serious efforts to attract investment in this important segment of national economy. This interaction is part of series of interactions, which Maran has conceptualized as part of Government efforts to modernize Indian textiles industry and explore new markets for Indian textiles and clothing exports.

2 comments:

dilip trivedi said...

JAPANESEN QUALITY REQUIREMENT IS VERY STRINGENT. SINCE LAST 20 YEARS NOT A SINGLE BUYER HAS PROLONGED THEIR PURCHASE MORE THAN ONE SEASON. IN SOME CASE NOT MORE THAN ONE YEAR. THE REASONIS THEIR QUALITY REQUUIREMENTS AR VERY TOUGH WYHCIH EUROPEAN OR AMERICAN T SHIRT EXPORTERS FROM INDIA WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ACHIEVE THEIR QUALITY.
PROBLEM HAPPENS IN END PRODUCT WHEN SOMETHING NEW FROP UP AND THE BUEYR SUDDENLY FIND SOME MISTAKE WHICH IS NOT ACCEPTABLE TO THEIR STANDARD.EVENTUALY BRINGING LOSS TO THE COMPANY. A COMPANY DEALING WITH JAPANESE COMPANY HAS TO STUDY THE QUALITY STANDARD IN JAPANESE MARKET. THERE IS ABOUT 12% REJECTION. EVEN MINUTEST MISTAKE IS NOT PERMITTED. WE WISH INDIAN MANUFACTURERE ALL THEBEST FOR SELLING TO JAPANESE MARKET.

Anonymous said...

VERY FUNNY - IN THIS DELEGATION

Mr. M.M. Elango, Yuvraj Merchex, Tirupur
Mr. R. Ravi Venkatesh, Poppys, Tirupur
Mr. D. Jaishankar, Collarplus, Tirupur

IS NOT IN ANYWAY CONNECTED WITH THE TIRUPUR GARMENT EXPORT BUSINESS.

MR.M.M.ELANGO IS A FAILED EXPORTER CONNECTED TO VARIOUS FERA CASES / BANK FRAUDS ETC., AND SELLS KNITTING MACHINES NOW. HE IS ALSO THE BROTHER-IN-LAW OF A CORRUPTED HIGH POLICE OFFICIAL NOW ON SUSPENSION.

MR.JAISHANKAR IS ALSO A FAILED EXPORTER AND NOW JUST A LOW LEVEL COLLAR MANUFACTURER.

BOTH THESE PEOPLE ARE AMONG THE RENOWNED DRUNKARDS OF TIRUPUR AND CAN BE SPOTTED EVERYDAY NIGHT DRINKING IN POPPYS / TIRUPUR CLUB / ANGEL HOTEL / VELAN HOTEL ETC.

MR.RAVI VENKATESH IS NOT EVEN FROM TIRUPUR - HE IS FROM COIMBATORE AND IN NOWAY CONNECTED TO TIRUPUR. HE IS NOWAY CONNECTED TO POPPYS WHICH IS OWNED BY MR.SAKTHIVEL THE PRESIDENt OF TEA - CAN HIS ASSOCIATION WITH POPPYS BE PROVED?

ALL THESE 3 PEOPLE ENJOY TRAVELLING WITH THE MINISTER EVERYWHERE AND DRINK IN GOVERNMENT MONEY.

WONDER HOW AN HONORABLE MINISTER SUPPORTS PEOPLE LIKE THESE ON SUCH A HIGH LEVEL DELEGATION?

HOW WILL TIRUPUR EXPORT BUSINESS IMPROVE IF INSANE PEOPLE LIKE THESE ARE PART OF SUCH A DELEGATION?

GOD SAVE TIRUPUR!