Wednesday, 10 August 2016

Transport Cycle of

Textile transportation Cycle

As you may already know, is a one-of-its-kind online inventory of textile stocklots which are ready to be sold. Essentially an Indian portal, the website avails all the requisite information to potential buyers at the click of the mouse. This information is inclusive of:

  • Product Specification
  • Available Quantity 
  • An Approximate Estimate Of Price
  • Product Photographs was incepted with the idea of creating a dedicated online marketplace for textile stocklot that helps various manufacturers come on a single platform to sell their goods. The portal efficiently consolidates and markets a substantial chunk of the stock available with suppliers from all across the nation. Not only does the portal helps in increasing the overall visibility of the sellers and the product but also avails them with the opportunity to earn competitive pricing for the same - and all of this, completely free of cost.

Monday, 1 August 2016

Guide To Increase Profit Margins in Textile Industry

All businesses, whether big or small, are always on the lookout for ways to increase their profit margins. This especially holds true in case of manufacturers, for the simple reason that when the magnitude of the stock is greater, even a slight increase in the margins can prove to be substantially profitable. This holds true for the textile industry as well.

Wednesday, 13 July 2016

Amazon to Invest $3 Bn in India - How Will This Benefit The Textile Industry?

Narendra Modi with Jeff Bezos

The Founder and CEO of the e-commerce giant Amazon, Mr. Jeff Bezos recently announced the company’s plan to increase their investment in India by a whopping 3 million. This will bring the overall investment capital of the e-portal in India to over $5 Billion.

Wednesday, 6 July 2016

Government Brings in Labour Reforms via 6,000cr Textile Package

In a recent turn of events, the Union Cabinet has introduced certain changes in the labour laws of the nation, and has approved a significantly humongous package of Rs. 6,000 crore for the textile and apparel segment, in this effect.

Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Future of Indian Textile Industry

Future of Indian Textile Industry
One of the oldest sector in India, textile sector also happens to be the largest in the country. However, in the decade gone by, the industry has been plagued with a plethora of issues ranging from government regulations to economic slowdown and many others. In fact, there even came a time where small players like Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, which any considerable strength in the sector raced ahead of India in many sectors. Nonetheless, Indian textile sector bounced back with full strength and even managed to achieve an exemplary GDP of over 6%. Moreover, it was only during the decade gone by, that the Indian textile and clothing industry was officially integrated with the World Trade Organisation.

Monday, 13 June 2016

Iran- A Huge Potential Market for Indian Textiles

 India is the third largest exporter of cotton textiles to Iran

In the recent past, the import duties with respect to textile fabrics and ready-made garments in Iran have been reduced drastically, as a measure to curb illicit imports. This has also helped the Iranian Government to clear its way towards becoming a part of the World Trade Organisation. On the other hand, India is on the lookout to tap Iran’s markets which seems to have a great potential for apparel & Home textile products.

Friday, 3 June 2016

Turning a Business Crisis into an Opportunity!

How to come out from a Business Crisis

The very definition of business essentially comprises an overlooking risk factor. And at a place where risk is inevitably involved, crisis ought to follow, more often than not. However, the strength of an entrepreneur always lies in his ability to turn this crisis into an opportunity! Former CEO of Intel, Andy Grove, once pointed out, “Bad companies are destroyed by crisis. Good companies survive them. Great companies are improved by them.”