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Hometex going upmarket
Some textile companies are making a comeback in the home category with premium products to build better margins. No doubt, it is the grand era of the upmarket in home textiles, finds the ITJ Cover Story
Demand for Indian home textiles is expected to continue to grow at over 8 per cent as seen in the recent past, aided by exports to traditional markets and deeper penetration into non-traditional markets.
Indo Count forays into home textile
Indo Count Retail Ventures P Ltd (ICRVL)—a subsidiary of Indo Count Industries Limited (ICIL)—has forayed its entry into Rs 13,000 crore domestic bed linen market with the launch of ‘Boutique Living’, a range of bed linen products.
New range of affordable bed linen from Indo Count
Indo Count Industries Limited (ICIL), one of the leading players in the home textiles industry introduced a range of high quality affordable bed linen for the Indian consumer recently at HGH India held at the Bombay Convention and Exhibition Centre. Since its inception in 1988, Indo Count specialises in providing end-to-end bedding products that solely focus on creating all-encompassing sleep experiences.
Cotton textile export target at US $12 bn within reach
Cotton cultivation has brought accolades for India. The cotton textile companies are not far behind in bringing in more praises & laurels for the country. In 2012-13, the members of The Cotton Textile Export Promotion Council -- TEXPROCIL,
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