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Shutdowns to delay garment export order fulfilment: TEA
According to a top official from Tirupur Exporters Association (TEA), the garment units in Tirupur will keep their shutters down from May 14 evening till May 24. This is being done to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin offers relief to MSMEs
Tamil Nadu government has made certain announcements for Micro, Small and Medium-scale Enterprises (MSMEs) that have been accepted by the industries in Tirupur and Coimbatore. He also assured vaccination for workers.
Tirupur’s domestic garment sales exceed export
The lockdown seems to have encouraged more Indians to invest in knitwear. The domestic sales volume of Tirupur’s garment makers was Rs 300 billion during the last fiscal. This was higher than the region’s export values.
Tirupur knitters eye $2-bn PPE opportunity
South India’s cotton knitted garments capital, Tirupur, is struggling to step up production as demand for personal protective equipment such as masks and bodysuits has thrown up a $2 billion business opportunity.
TEA seeks permission to open sampling units
The Tirupur exporters’ association (TEA), India’s largest readymade garments/knitwear hub, has sought the union government’s permission to allow the opening of sampling units to ensure their survival as well as protect employment of lakhs.
Industry on ‘wait-n-watch’ mode
The textile industry is keeping its fingers crossed over the emerging threat of coronavirus in the months to come.
Textile Secretary advises to diversify into polyester
CITI organised an interactive meeting with Ravi Capoor, Secretary, Ministry of Textiles, Government of India with the office-bearers of 48 textile Associations in South India representing the entire textile value chain.
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