Pakistan Japan Textile Day was organised by The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) on October 12, 2015 with several business generating events for the Pakistan textile industry such as workshop/seminar, B2B Meetings, Networking Reception in Lahore for the upcoming Japanese textile delegation to Pakistan. The delegation comprises experienced Japanese buyers.
Addressing the textile event, Japan Textile Importers Association (JTIA) Senior Expert Yasuhiro Shoda had words of advice for the Pakistan textile industry. He said that the country needed to work on the process design and curtail its costs. In Pakistan, the labour cost is high and process design is uneven.
Pakistan could enhance its textile exports to Japan since the country offers a wider scope and available cushion for them to excel in the Japanese market, said Japanese textile experts on Monday.
While highlighting the principles of motion economy, he urged for more production management techniques and problem solving methods for quality improvement.
QTEC General Manager Hisao Nishiyama said that Japan has a $100-billion apparel market and Japanese consumers are quality conscious and like maintaining quality standards.
TDAP Director General Shahzad Hussain Rana stressed that Pakistan had a dynamic, vigorous and export-oriented textile industry that has an overwhelming impact on the economy. This is a good time for Pakistan to take positive steps towards entering the Japanese market.
Lastly, he hoped the event would raise awareness among Pakistani companies regarding the trends and requirements of Japanese importers and pave the way for increased exports.
The textile event was a good opportunity for the Pakistani textile sector to meet and get their business partners from Japan .
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