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TEXTILE BLEACHING, DYEING, SPINNING, WEAVING, PRINTING, FINISHING AND TEXTILE AUXILIARIES PROJECTS

Textile processing is one of the important industries related with textile manufacturing operations.

Textile processing is a general term that covers right from singeing (protruding fiber removal) to finishing and printing of fabric. The various steps a fabric goes into are singeing, desizing, bleaching, dyeing, and finishing.Bleaching is a process to make the fabric or yarn look brighter and whiter. Dyeing is a process of applying coloring matter directly on fiber without any additives.Finishing is the final process to impart the required end use finishes to the fabric and lastly the printing process on fabric which is a science as well as an art.Textile auxiliaries such as chemicals are used for all stages of the textile manufacturing process that is from pre-treatment to dyeing and printing and finishing.

The textile industry occupies a leading position in the hierarchy of the Indian manufacturing industry. It has witnessed several new directions in the era of liberalization. While textile exports are increasing and India has become the largest exporter in world trade in cotton yarn and is an important player of readymade garments, country’s international textile trade constitutes a mere 3% of the total world textile trade.  Several mills have opted for modernization and expansion and are going in for export-oriented units (EOUs) focused on   production of cotton yarn. It has passed through cyclical oscillations and at present, it is witnessing a recovery after a downturn. 

Of the entire industry volume of about 5 million tonnes, polyester and polyester filament yarn account for about 1.7 million tonnes, and acrylic, nylon, and viscose taken together for 300,000 tonnes. The balance is represented by cotton textiles. A majority - some three fourths - of the textile mills are in the private sector. A few of the units are in the co-operative sector with the public sector (Central and State) accounting for about 15% of the total.

The textile industry is classified into (i) textile mills comprising composite and spinning mills in the organized segment, (ii) small powerloom and handloom units in the decentralized segment, (iii) khadi-based units, (iv)manmade and synthetic fibre and spinning units, v) knitting units, and (vi) made-ups (garments). Besides, the industry has a large number of small units  scattered all over the country  which are engaged in  processing, dyeing and printing of yarn, fabrics and  for conversion. The processing units include sizing, desizing, kiering, bleaching, mercerizing, dyeing, printing and finishing.

The country’s per capita consumption of woven cotton fabrics is estimated at around 16.5 meters. This has remained almost constant for quite some time with the increased production absorbed by the expansion in population. Yarn is produced by the mills in the organized segment but is consumed by powerloom and handloom segments as well.  The production of cotton yarn is divided into three categories, namely, coarse counts below 20s, medium counts between 20s and 40s, and fine counts above 40s. The average count spun has increased from about 25 in early 1960s to about 34 in 1990s. This indicates a change in product-mix in favour of finer textiles and high value items.

The pattern of production of cloth in the textile industry is amazingly wide with regard to types of fabrics produced with different mono and mixed materials.

In the conventional ring spinning system, increasing spindle speed beyond a level was technologically difficult and economically non-feasible. The search for an alternative method of yarn manufacture led to the development of three new technologies, namely, rotor open-end, friction and air jet spinning. The spinning limits of the four technologies are 6-12, upto 30, 6-18, and 20-80, respectively.

A major improvement in weaving efficiency has been brought about by developments in spinning technology which has enabled production of yarn of higher quality. A major share of the looms installed in composite mills is now of automatic looms. However, autolooms installed in the decentralized and powerloom segments are small in number. Shuttleless technology, direct wrapping, use of splicing technology, automatic doffing and knotting systems, help to increase mill productivity. Speed of the auto looms or shuttleless looms is 60% higher than that of non-autolooms.

The textile industry has managed to modernise the spinning sector but there is a long way to go on the weaving front. India's power loom sector has over 10,000 shuttleless looms as compared to 150,000 in China. It may be recalled that India today is the third largest producer of cotton, second largest producer of cotton yarn and the largest exporter of cotton yarn in the world. The government has, under its new textile policy set an ambitious export target of $50 billion to be achieved by 2010.

The lead players in the Indian industry include Bombay Dyeing, Arvind Mills, Century Textiles, Coats Viyella, Morarji Gokuldas Spinning, JCT, Hindustan Spinning, etc.

While the Indian textile industry is a premier industry in India with a large domestic market and sizable exports (considering India's export earnings), it is still a small player in the global textile market. The global market is expanding (estimated to grow from $ 309 billion to  $ 856 billion by 2014). India has several positive competitive strengths and can benefit from the global expansion. However, India will have to catch up with modernization by restructuring and upgrading its operations.  It is an imperative and urgent need for the industry to focus on value added products. With the end of the Multi-fibre Agreement at the end of 2004, the potential is unlimited, if only the industry gets fully geared up to adopt global standards.

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Textile Cotton Spinning - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue

Spinning is a major part of the textile industry. It is part of the textile manufacturing process where three types of fibre are converted into yarn, then fabrics, which undergo finishing processes such as bleaching to become textiles. The textiles are then fabricated into clothes or other products. There are three industrial processes available to spin yarn, and a handicraft community who use hand spinning techniques. Spinning is the twisting together of drawn out strands of fibres to form yarn, though it is colloquially used to describe the process of drawing out, inserting the twist, and winding onto bobbins. Cotton fabric is popular because it’s easy to care for and comfortable year-round. In hot, humid weather, cotton “breathes.”As the body perspires, cotton fibers absorb the moisture and release it on the surface of the fabric, so it evaporates. In cold weather, if the fabric remains dry, the fibers retain body heat, especially napped fabrics. Different fabrics are used differently. They are specially made to fulfill certain purposes. Apparel fabric is very dressy with a comfort and durability where as industrial fabric should be strong and tough with grease resistant. Outdoor fabric should posses the quality to retain color over years while hosiery fabric is supposed to fit to the skin closely. In the same way curtain and drapery fabric has different dedicated utility than blanket or mattress fabric. Few Indian Major Players are as under • A P T Yarns Ltd. • A T L Textiles Ltd. • Aarti International Ltd. • Acme Spinners Ltd. • Bhuvaneshwari Textiles Pvt. Ltd. • Binny Lorze Ltd. • C T Cotton Yarn Ltd. • Centwin Textile Mills Pvt. Ltd. • Chandra Textiles Ltd. • Cheema Spintex Ltd. • Dumraon Textiles Ltd. • Durairaj Mills Ltd. • Emmay Logistics (India) Pvt. Ltd. • Eskay K'N'It (India) Ltd. • Eurotex Industries & Exports Ltd. • Global Softech Ltd. • Glofame Cotspin Inds. Ltd. • Hisar Spinning Mills Ltd. • I C Textiles Ltd. • India Denim Ltd. • Jagannath Textiles Co. Ltd. • K K P Textiles Pvt. Ltd. • Kumaragiri Textiles Ltd. • L G B Textiles Ltd. • L S Mills Ltd. • M V Cotspin Ltd. • Madras Spinners Ltd. • Nitin Spinners Ltd. • Oswal Spinning & Wvg. Mills Ltd. • P M P Textiles Spg. Mills Ltd. • Ravindra Spinners Ltd. • S E L Textiles Ltd. • Tuticorin Spinning Mills Ltd. • Uma Maheswari Mills Ltd. • Viswabharathi Textiles Pvt. Ltd. • Yemmignur Spg. Mills Ltd
Plant capacity: 30s Combed Cotton Yarn:19.80 MT/Day •Cotton Waste Comber Noil:3.10 MT/Day •Cotton Waste Carding:1.91 MT/DayPlant & machinery: Rs 7564 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project:Rs 10685 Lakhs
Return: 17.96%Break even: 45.39%
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Coir Geotextiles - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Layout

Coir as a natural organic product is organically biodegradable. The Fiber is hard and strong and decomposes slowly, making it perfectly suited for use in Geotextiles. Coir Geotextiles provide good support on slopes for about five years and there is no need for post-installation work. Coir Geotextiles is developed by the Coir Board of India. The world has today accepted Coir Geotextiles and acknowledges its effectiveness. Coir Geotextiles, used in many kinds of applications like Slope Stabilisation, Controlling Soil Erosion, Road and Rail Embarkments, River Embarkments, Landscape Areas etc., Coir geotextiles with its Indianised connotation "Coir Bhoovastra", a generic member of the geosynthetic family, are made from the coconut fibre extracted from the husk of the coconut fruit as explained in the following section. Like their polymeric counter parts, coir geotextiles can be synthesised for specific applications in geotechnical engineering practice. Coir geotextiles is not a consumer product, but a technology based product. A range of different mesh matting is available, meeting varying requirements. Coir fibres can be converted into fabric both by woven and non-woven process. Coir mesh matting of different mesh sizes is the most established coir geotextiles. Mesh matting having different specifications is available under quality code numbers H2Ml to H2MIO. These qualities represent coir geotextiles of different mesh sizes ranging from 3.175mm to 25.4mm. Several types of non-woven geotextiles also exist. Most of the non-woven mats are made from loose fibres, which are interlocked by needling or rubberising. Non-woven geotextiles are available in several dimensions and have a minimum thickness of 2mm. Coir geotextiles can be used to stabilize the soil temporarily when construction roads or banks. Coir geotextiles are being used as a separation cum drainage layer in the road. It is also intended to serve as a reinforcement material in the beginning of the project. Geo-synthetics are widely used in the construction of road all over the world, whereas use of coir geotextiles is very limited in such construction. Few Indian Major Players are as under • Amco Industries Ltd. • Amichand Textiles Ltd. • Aspinwall & Co. (Travancore) Ltd. • Delight Handicrafts Palace Ltd. • Dunlop Comforts Pvt. Ltd. • Duroflex Pvt. Ltd. • Eco Wood Ltd. • Karnataka Consumer Products Ltd. • Karnataka State Coir Devp. Corpn. Ltd. • Kerala State Coir Corpn. Ltd. • Kontak Comforts Pvt. Ltd. • Kozylon Coir Products Ltd. • Wires & Fabriks (S.A.) Ltd.
Plant capacity: 6.5 MT/DayPlant & machinery: Rs 654 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project:Rs 1149 Lakhs
Return: 25.93%Break even: 50.48%
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Mink Blankets

A blanket is a type of bedding, a large piece of woven cloth, intended to keep the user warm, especially while sleeping or lying down. A blanket traps the radiant heat from the user's body, and instead of dissipating into the air, it warms the user. It also protects against cold carried by convection. The Koreans and Chinese started the whole trend of soft acrylic blankets and even came up with the term, “mink blanket”. Even though we can find a mink blanket manufacturer in many, many different countries, most mink blankets are manufactured in Korea and China. As a result, Korean blankets and Chinese blankets probably make up 90% of the world’s mink blankets.Blankets are distinguished from bed sheets by their thickness and purpose. Blankets are thicker; even the thinnest blanket is thicker than the heaviest sheet. Blankets are generally used for warmth and comfort, while sheets are for hygiene, comfort and aesthetics. Largely concentrated in northern India, mink blankets units are present across Ludhiana, Amritsar, Panipat and Moradabad. As per data available, the total manufacturing capacity of the units in India is 50 lakh mink blankets per year, with the demand picking up during winter and festive season.Thus, due to demand it is a good project for entrepreneurs to invest. Few Indian Major Players are as under Deepak Woollens Pvt. Ltd. Kadri Mills (Cbe) Ltd. OswalCottex Exports Ltd. ShitalFibres Ltd. SimondFibertech Ltd.
Plant capacity: Double Bed Blankets (3.50 Kgs Size): 444,900Nos/Annum Single Bed Blankets (2.50 Kgs Size) : 420,000Nos/Annum Baby Blankets (0.50 Kgs Size): 1,050,000Nos/AnnumPlant & machinery: Rs 1031 lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project: Rs 2048 lakhs
Return: 28.00%Break even: 56.00%
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Cotton Ball (Hospital and Cosmetic Use)

A cotton ball is a ball of soft fiber that is primarily used for medical or cosmetic purposes, but can be used for other purposes such as arts and crafts or cleaning. They originate from the cotton plant, which is a shrub that is found in sub-tropical and tropical regions throughout the world. Cotton grows in bolls which are located around the seeds of the plants. Although the cotton can be used in its natural form, the fibers can be spun into other products such as bed sheets and clothing or refined and sterilized for everyday and medical uses. Cotton balls have many uses in the home and in the world of beauty. Cotton is soft and can be used for delicate applications and for making your home smell fresh and clean. One bag of cotton balls in the home could be used for many different purposes, but here are a few of the most popular uses of cotton balls. Thus, due to demand it is best to invest in this project.
Plant capacity: 1,200 Pkts/DayPlant & machinery: 43 lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project: Rs 86 lakhs
Return: 29.00%Break even: 72.00%
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Textile Dyeing Auxiliaries

Dyeing auxiliaries are fine chemical products in the textile printing and dyeing industry applications. Dyeing agent is an important type of textile printing and dyeing auxiliaries, generally according to the classification of dyes, to name different types of dyeing agents. Dyeing auxiliaries is mainly included auxiliary for cotton, auxiliaries for polyester, auxiliaries for wool and nylon, auxiliaries for acrylic etc. To be specific, dyeing agents include leveling agent, fixing agent, dispersing agent, fluorescent whitening agent and softener. Textile dyeing auxiliaries are essential to enhance the value-added and upgrading of textiles, they can also make the textile more contemporary, functional, and high-grade. To some extend, dyeing auxiliaries quality affects directly the fabric quality. Dyeing auxiliaries mean a chemical or formulated chemical product which enables a processing operation in preparation, dyeing, printing or finishing to be carried out more effectively, or which is essential if a given effect is to be obtained. Main functions of dyeing auxiliaries to prepare the substrate for coloration, to stabilize the application medium, to increase the fastness properties of dyeing, to modify the substrates etc. In this article I will give a list of dyeing auxiliaries and explain some important auxiliaries function in dyeing. The global textile chemicals market is moderately consolidated. Companies consistently develop new strategies to expand their capacity and product portfolios through joint ventures and research & development. Demand for textile chemicals is primarily related to the production of textiles and apparels. It also related to the demand for textiles and apparels as end products. Textile manufacturers are shifting their manufacturing facilities from developed countries such as the U.S., Japan, and those in Europe to developing economies such as China and those in Southeast Asia. Abundant availability of raw materials and low-cost manpower in Asia Pacific are some of the major factors responsible for the shift in focus toward developing regions. The growth rate of apparel consumption is expected to be higher in an emerging or developing country than that in a developed country due to the increase in disposable income of the people in developing countries. This is anticipated to drive the textile chemicals market in the next few years. The global textile chemicals market can be segmented based on product type and applications. Based on product type, the textile chemicals market can be divided into coating & sizing chemicals, colorants & auxiliaries, finishing agents, surfactants, desizing agents, bleaching agents, bleaching agents, yarn lubricants, and others. The coating & sixing chemicals segment can be further classified into wetting agents, defoamers, and other coating & sizing chemicals. The coating & sizing chemicals segment constituted a dominant share of the textile chemicals market, followed by colorants & auxiliaries segment, in terms of volume and revenue, in 2017. In terms of application, the textile chemicals market can be segmented into home furnishing textiles, technical textiles, apparel, and industrial textiles. Home furnishing textiles can be sub-segmented into carpets & rugs, furniture, and other home furnishing textiles. Technical textiles can be further categorized into agrotech, geotech, meditech, and other technical textiles. Textile chemicals were primarily used for home furnishing in 2017. The trend is anticipated to continue during the forecast period.
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Return: 1.00%Break even: N/A
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Ultramarine Blue

Ultramarine is a deep blue color and a pigment which was originally made by grinding lapis lazuli into a powder. The name comes from the Latin ultramarinus, literally "beyond the sea", because the pigment was imported into Europe from mines in Afghanistan by Italian traders during the 14th and 15th centuries. Ultramarine was the finest and most expensive blue used by Renaissance painters. It was often used for the robes of the Virgin Mary, and symbolized holiness and humility. Ultramarine Blue pigment for Masterbatch is non-wrapping and non-shrinking in nature. These pigments prove perfect for materbatch applications owing to their exceptional heat and light stability. This pigment is extensively utilized in applications that need improved appearance as regards brightness, surface smoothness, and transparency. This color masterbatch also offers better mechanical properties favored for manufacturing of thin pressure pipes, films, fibres, bottles, etc. The global Ultramarine Blue market is valued at USD XX million in 2016 and is expected to reach USD XX million by the end of 2022, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2016 and 2022.
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Return: 1.00%Break even: N/A
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Open End Spinning Unit

Open-end spinning is a technology for creating yarn without using a spindle. It is also known as break spinning or rotor spinning. The principle behind open-end spinning is similar to that of a clothes dryer spinning full of sheets. Open end spinning is also known as break spinning or free fibre spinning. In this process the fibrous material is highly drafted to separate out the individual fibres. The individual fibres are subsequently collected onto the open end of the yarn. This is rotated to twist the fibre into the yarn structure to form a continuous strand of yarn. This is wound onto a bobbin to form the yarn package. The twisting action occurs simultaneously with but separately from the winding action, unlike ring spinning where twisting and winding actions occur together. Advantages of Open end spinning System: • lower power consumption per unit quantity of yarn produced • higher speed of twist insertion resulting in very high yarn delivery speed • a significant resulting increase in productivity • larger delivered package size • elimination of some processes such as roving and winding • more uniform yarns
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Return: 1.00%Break even: N/A
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Home Furnishing (Export Quality)

The term “Home Furnishings” is a broad label that can include a number of things. As the name suggests, it includes anything that is used to furnish a home. This category includes furniture items, and some people try to use these words interchangeably. While there are many items that fall into both categories, home furnishings are the broader of the two categories. For example, a sectional sofa easily can be classified as a piece of furniture and as a home furnishing. Household furnishings are personal property and include, among others, such items as furniture, appliances, rugs, cooking utensils, and art objects. Typically not included within the definition of household furnishings are items classified as improvements, such as wall-to-wall carpeting, built-in ovens, ranges, and dishwashers. The India home furnishing market derives its demand from textile industry. With the increasing textile industry the market for home improvement has a rich history behind it. Home Decor Market is expected to garner $664.0 billion by 2020, registering a CAGR of 4.2% during the forecast period 2015-2020. Furnishings, textiles and floor covering products are key components of home decor. Expansion and developments in real estate industry, have supplemented the growth of world home decor market. Globalization facilitates easier and wider availability of home decor products and designs for consumers. Moreover, growing consumer preference towards adoption and usage of eco-friendly products, known for their minimal impact on the environment, has also boosted the growth of the market. With the increasing textile industry in the country, the furnishing market will continue to flourish. The home furnishing market is anticipated to witness demand from retail industry. By 2018, home furnishing market in India is expected to grow at CAGR of 8%by value to reach USD5.29 Billion. During the same period, curtains &, upholstery and rugs & carpets will grow at CAGR of 8% and 9.4 %. Home furnishings segment, on the other hand, contributes the lowest share of 26 per cent. The segment is further broken into sub-segments of bed linen, towels and robes, kitchen linen, curtains, upholstery, blankets, rugs and carpets. Among these sub-segments bed linen has the largest share close to half of total market. But the faster growing sub-segments are curtains, upholstery, blankets, rugs and carpets.
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Return: 1.00%Break even: N/A
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Polyester Yarn from Waste

Polyester Yarn is the fundamental items in the polyester classification. Right around 40% of the world creation of polyester is specifically used to make Polyester Yarn. Polyester yarn is made by direct spinning of PTA and MEG. A portion of the world’s biggest PTA items are British Petroleum, Reliance, Sinopec, Sk-Chemicals, Mitsui and Eastman Chemicals. Polyester yarn is likewise utilized as a part of making pressing application like polyester film, insulation tapes, strapping and a few other day by day use things. Polyester filament yarns is utilized as a part of sewing and weaving to make polyester fabrics, for example, customer fabrics and home outfitting like curtains, bed sheets, bed spreads and draperies. The polyester yarn family has many polyester centric yarns within its ranks, such as Spun Polyester Yarn or Ring Spun Polyester Yarn. It is the endeavor of many manufacturers to concentrate on colored ring spun polyester yarn production, as it is in great demand, the world over. SHM Traders understands this point thoroughly, and works towards bringing the best to its esteemed clients. Polyester is the most used and most preferred fibre in the textiles industry due to its better physical properties, lower price, versatility, and recyclability, which offer a completely unique set of benefits unmatched by any other natural or synthetic fibres. Globally, the polyester fibre market accounts for around 50 per cent of the total manmade and natural fibre market.
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Water Proofing Finishing of Textile Fabric- Chemical Water Proofing on Cotton Tarpaulin

Waterproofing is nothing but preventing the passage of both air and water through a fabric.” For certain uses such as Tarpaulin, Umbrella cloth, Rain coat fabrics etc., it is required to give this type of finish as these type of fabrics are generally used against the air and water in the normal life. So they should have some property to prevent both air and water passing through them. This finish makes the wearer feel uneasy and uncomfortable as the air circulation is not there. A tarpaulin or tarp is a large sheet of strong, flexible, water-resistant or waterproof material, often cloth such as canvas or polyester coated with polyurethane, or made of plastics such as polyethylene. In some places such as Australia, and in military slang, a tarp may be known as a hootch. Tarpaulins often have reinforced grommets at the corners and along the sides to form attachment points for rope, allowing them to be tied down or suspended.
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