Trade statistics are the fastest available detailed reports on India’s shipment of various type of textile goods and their destinations. These reports cover data accounting for almost 92% of official trade numbers and are published between 15th to 20th of the month covering data of preceding month. They are designed to assist trading houses, exporters and traders to remain updated on month by month export trends and fastest or slowing down markets.
Global industry reports 2017 are being specially designed to help senior management, marketing and business planners, analysts and risk managers to take informed decisions. Reports cover hard to find data on textile fibres and raw material supply chain, which will enable you to grasp the regional scenario in global context. Data includes import and export volumes, consumption, plant capacities, production, upcoming plants, including announced projects – with demand-supply forecast for next five years– by product, country and region.
Fibre to Yarn Export Statistics – India
The report covers monthly trend in all kinds of fibres, spun and filament yarns exported from India based on data collated from all Indian ports accounting for 92% of total yarn exported from India. The HS chapters 52, 54 and 55 data is collected from authentic and regular sources. The report covers spun yarn made of natural and MM fibres, including cotton, viscose, polyester, acrylic, and their blends and all kinds of filament yarns. Volumes, value in INR and US$, and unit price realisation are the key indicators analysed by counts and destinations. Month by month, new destinations, lost destinations, fast losing destinations and fast rising destinations are presented in the report.
Separate report on fibre exports is also available.
Woven Fabric Export Statistics – India
The fastest report that covers monthly statistics of the Indian all kinds of woven fabrics exported from India based on data collated from all ports handling fabric consignments. The HS chapters 52, 54, and 55 data is collected from authentic and regular sources. The report covers woven fabrics made of natural and MM fibres, including cotton, viscose, polyester, acrylic, and their blends. Volumes in sq metres, value in INR and US$, and unit price realisation are the key indicators analysed by type of fabric and destinations. Month by month, new destinations, lost destinations, fast losing destinations and fast rising destinations are presented in the report.
Knit Fabric Export Statistics – India
The only report that covers monthly data on all kinds of knit fabrics (circular and warp) exported from India based on data collected from authentic and regular sources. The HS chapter 60 data is collected from all ports . The report covers knit fabrics made of cotton, MMF, elastomeric, and blends. Volumes in kgs , value in INR and US$, and unit price realization are the key indicators analysed by type of knit fabrics and destinations. Month by month, new destinations, lost destinations, fast losing destinations and fast rising destinations are presented in the report.
Global Polyesters – Annual report
This “Global Polyester 2017” to be released soon will bring you up-to-date statistics and objective analysis of the trends and recent development of the polyester Industry. It covers the entire polyester value chain beginning from feedstock ethylene and paraxylene further to intermediate – PTA & MEG, and down to polyester fibre and filaments. The key feature of this report is the analysis of price drivers of the polyester chain. This is an important element in a fast changing chemical fibre industry topped by the volatile crude oil markets and fluctuating currencies.
Global Fibres – Annual report
The “Global Fibre – 2017” is a compendium coming soon covering the trends in global demand and supply of natural and manmade fibre/filament industries. The report covers all major fibre producing countries accounting for 85% of global production and consumption. Time series on trends from 1990 to 2016 on capacity, production, imports, exports and apparent consumption is presented country-wise for 15 countries including all major Asian countries, USA and West Europe. The Report will be richly annotated with authoritative and unbiased objective description, and hard-to-find statistics. The report also provides unequivocal views on future potential based on prevailing climate in key regional markets and projections upto 2025 of capacity, availability and apparent consumption for all fibres.
Global Nylons – Annual report
This “Global Nylon – 2017” will contain up–to-date ‘not easy to find’ statistics and objective analysis of the trends and recent development of the nylon Industry. It covers the entire nylon value chain beginning from feedstock benzene down to nylon fibre and filaments. The Report will present tabulation and graphical presentation of trends in demand and supply of nylon chain region-wise and country-wise from 2011 to 2016. The most important aspect of this report is the long term forecast on capacity, production, apparent consumption and the likely surplus/deficit that would arise between 2016 through 2022 for the entire chain including benzene, caprolactum nylon fibre and filament.
Global Cotton – Annual report
Cotton has been the oldest natural fibre used in textiles and now extended to technical and industrial textiles also. The basis of cotton textile is the farm and the harvest. Only a few cotton producing economies rule the industry and the global markets. India, US and China are the front runners. US produces cotton to feed the world while India and China are also top consumers of the white fibre. The Global Cotton report brings to you updated statistics on area, production, yield, and consumption of cotton across major producing and consuming countries.