These reports are issued annually that covers the trends in individual products demand and supply of polyester, nylon, acrylic, viscose and cotton. It contains up-to-date ‘not easy to find’ statistics and objective analysis of the trends and recent development of the respective textile chain industry. It covers the entire value chain beginning from feedstock further to intermediate, and down to fibre and filaments. The report presents tabulation and graphical presentation of trends in demand and supply of a textile chain region-wise and country-wise from past five years.
An important aspect of this report is the long term forecast on capacity, production, apparent consumption and the likely surplus/deficit that would emerge in the next five years for the entire chain. The report also contains in-depth analysis of price drivers of the textile chain.
Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail Ltd (ABFRL) are joining a unique and pioneering industry-led platform, \'Circular Apparel Innovation Factory\' (CAIF) in collaboration with Intellecap. CAIF is India\'s first industry-led platform, aiming to build a circular apparel and textile industry in India. Its mission is to search, seed, support, and scale circular textile and apparel innovations in India by building an enabling ecosystem of brands, manufacturers, enterprises, and innovators across the value chain.
The Zimbabwe Farmers Union (ZFU) is appealing to the government to peg cotton prices in United States dollars in order to cushion farmers against the reduction in RTGS dollar value. Cotton prices have remained unchanged since the start of the selling season in May. ZFU president, Paul Zakariya said cotton should be pegged in US dollars so that farmers are paid at the prevailing interbank market rate since RTGS$1.95/kg has become unsustainable.
It is hugely important for the major machine manufacturers that their suppliers be close at hand all over the world.