Clothing and Textile Industry Market Research & Statistics

Global Clothing & Textile Industry

The world clothing and textile industry - encompassing clothing, textiles, footwear and luxury goods - reached almost $2,560 trillion in 2010, according to MarketLine. The apparel, luxury goods and accessories portion of the market, which accounts for over 55% of the overall market, is expected to generate $3,180 billion in 2015, with a yearly growth rate in excess of 4%.

 

The market uses intelligent bar codes to track products in a system called radio-frequency identification (RFID). According to IDTechEx, the apparel market will call for 20 billion FTID tags a year from 2021, at a cost of $1 billion.

 

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Global Apparel Industry - focus on Gap, H&M, Inditex, TJX groups

  • Global Apparel Retail

The global apparel retail industry grew by 3.1% in 2012 to reach a value of $1,249.3 billion. In 2017, the global apparel retail industry is forecast to have a value of $1,562.6 billion, an increase of 25.1% since 2012. Womenswear is the largest segment of the global apparel retail industry, accounting for 50.7% of the industry's total value. Americas accounts for 35.3% of the global apparel retail industry value. The global apparel retail industry is fairly fragmented and this, combined with moderate growth in recent years has resulted in a moderate level of rivalry.

  • February 2013
    32 pages
  • Apparel Retail  

  • World  

    Europe  

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Global Apparel Industry - Focus on Esquel Group

  • Making a Difference in the Textile and Apparel Industry

Founded in 1978, Esquel supplied over 100 million shirts in 2011 to leading brands around the world – from concept to rack. Our Mission: To be the Best Cotton Shirt Partner. Our Vision: Fun People Serving Happy Customers. Our Commitment: To provide Total Shirt Solutions to help our customers’ businesses grow

  • October 2012
    68 pages
  • Clothing And Te...  

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Global Cotton & Man Made Fibers Outlook

Long-term growth is expected to be slower, as a result of a « China effect », China in 2020 forecast to have 32% of global consumer demand accross all fibres, in MMF, more significantly, 39% of which nearly 80% in polyester.

  • September 2013
    29 pages
  • Fibre  

    Cotton  

    Textile  

  • World  

    China  

    Asia  

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Strategy & Trends

Global - China and India Apparel 2025 Outlook

  • The Road to 2025

The first and foremost trend which emerges is that we believe the global apparel market will cross the US$ 2 trillion mark from the current value of US$ 1.1 trillion. This means an addition of US$ 1 trillion in the market which presents a huge business opportunity for sector players. A major share of this market creation is expected to happen in China, India, Brazil and Russia where the growth of per capita spend on apparel will be higher than the growth of each economy

  • January 2012
    30 pages
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  • India  

    China  

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Trends Clothing Consumption 2020 and Impact on Fiber Production

  • Global Changes in Clothing Consumption by 2020 and their Impact,...

From 2010 to 2015, the per capita apparel consumption will increase by 75% in China & 50% in India , trend is likely to continue through 2020 and beyond. Global apparel market expected to grow 4% , China, India, Brazil are expected to grow at twice the global rate.

  • November 2012
    22 pages
  • Apparel  

  • World  

    China  

    India  

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Indian Textile Industry 2020

  • Trends in Cotton Consumption and Perspective of Indian Textile I...

With growing application of textiles in various usages , the fiber consumption has been witnessing increased use of man made fibers including filaments yarns However, the study of fiber consumption, excluding filament yarns, over the years shows that cotton still occupies a prominent place

  • November 2012
    23 pages
  • Textile  

    Cotton  

  • India  

    Asia  

    China  

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E-commerce Impact on the Global Fashion Industry

The e-commerce industry is a huge and fast growing market, registering an increasing number of users every year. In facts, the global business-to-consumer online sales will certainly pass the one trillion euros by 2013. Among this sector, the fashion e-commerce (“e-fashion”) is emerging as a new growth driver for the entire fashion industry, disrupting traditional distribution models, and leading to the emergence of new players in the industry. Interestingly, Europe is still today the largest e-commerce market in the world, even before the United-States.

  • January 2011
    23 pages
  • Clothing And Te...  

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    United Kingdom  

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Global Sourcing Trends in Retail

  • Reshuffling the Global Apparel Sourcing Deck

China continued to export more apparel to the United States than any other country in the world, though its market share slipped slightly, to 39% in 2012 from 40% in 2010, as illustrated in Exhibit 2. It’s followed by Vietnam and Indonesia, with market share of 9% and 6%, respectively, while the fourth- and fifth-place slots are held by Bangladesh and Mexico. Taken together, the top five sourcing countries accounted for a total market share of 64% in 2012, edging down from 66% in 2011.

  • January 2012
    5 pages
  • Clothing And Te...  

    Retail  

    Textile Manufac...  

  • United States  

    World  

    Mexico  

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Reshoring Garment Production from China to US

  • Reshoring Garment Production: China to the United States the Tip...

Thirty-eight percent of clothing purchased in the United States today is produced in China. With the changes currently underway in China, apparel executives in America are rethinking their sourcing strategies. With few compelling alternatives, some are looking again at the United States. However, many question whether factories in the U.S. can manufacture wearing apparel today. The answer is they can, and they do. Successful manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, and brands producing garments in the U.S. include Aramark, Brooks Brothers, Eileen Fisher, Fessler USA, Hanky Panky, Helmut Lang, Lululemon, Pendleton, Ralph Lauren, Teamwork Athletics, Swim USA, Theory, and Theyskens’ Theory, to mention a few.

  • November 2011
    24 pages
  • Clothing And Te...  

  • China  

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Organic Cotton Growth

  • 2010 and Preliminary 2011 U.s. Organic Cotton Production & Marke...

U.S. organic cotton production continues to grow, encouraged by rising consumer demand, favorable price premiums, and regulatory shifts that will ease marketing restrictions for organic cotton products, further bolstering manufacturing activity. Planted acres were up 36% in 2010, while bales harvested were up nearly 24%.

  • January 2012
    8 pages
  • Organic Cotton  

    Cotton  

    Cotton  

  • United States  

    North America  

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Fashion - Sustainability & Ethics

  • Fashioning Sustainability

Consumers have been responsive as indicated by the global per capita consumption of fibers which has increased in real terms by 20%. The development has been coined Fast Fashion signifying a production and consumption pattern according to which products are produced, consumed and discarded – literally- fast.

  • January 2012
    24 pages
  • Clothing And Te...  

  • World  

    Denmark  

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Main countries

TOP 15 Market Destinations for US Textile & Apparel Production

2012 showed an increase in total textile and apparel exports at $22.7 billion, up from $19.7 in 2010, an, increase of 15 percent. As foreign markets rebound and look to increase their purchases of textiles and apparel, U.S. companies have an opportunity to grow their business internationally.

  • January 2012
    33 pages
  • Apparel  

  • United States  

    North America  

    China  

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Bangladesh Garments Production Analysis

  • Bangladesh's Ready-made Garments Landscape: the Challenge of Gro...

Since the start of its garment export industry in the late 1970s, Bangladesh has seen its RMG export levels grow steadily and has become a top global exporter. With around USD 15 billion in export value in calendar year 2010, the RMG industry is currently Bangladesh’s most important industry sector (13 percent share of GDP and total export share of over 75 percent). With 12 percent average” annual growth rates, clothing exports are the key driving force behind GDP development (7 percent CAGR from 1995 to 2010). The attractiveness for buyers lies in Bangladesh’s long-term experience and strong performance in the sourcing country selection criteria of price and capacity as well as product portfolio offered.

  • January 2011
    24 pages
  • Clothing And Te...  

  • Bangladesh  

    Asia  

    China  

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China Clothing Market

  • The Chinese Market for Clothing

As for the expenditure on clothing, that increased in line with the growing GDP and disposable income. The per capita consumption expenditure on clothing of urban households rose from RMB 801 in 2005 to RMB 1,284 in 2009. At the same time, the proportion of clothing expenditure in urban disposable income dropped slightly from 7.63% in 2005 to 7.48% in 2009 (see figure 3). China has already become the world’s biggest fibre consumer. The amount of fibre consumption per capita increased from 14.87 kg in 2005 to 20.34 kg in 2008.

  • January 2009
    104 pages
  • Clothing  

    Apparel  

    Cotton  

  • China  

    Asia  

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China Apparel Market

  • China's Apparel Market, 2012

According to the National Bureau of Statistics of China (NBS), the total retail sales of clothing, shoes, hats and textiles* by enterprises above designated size** in 2011 rose nominally by 24.2% year-on-year (yoy) to reach 795.5 billion yuan (Exhibit 1). The growth in 1-3Q11 was 17.8% yoy, reaching 666.5 billion yuan.

  • January 2012
    41 pages
  • Apparel  

  • China  

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Pakistan Textile Production

  • Textiles - an Overview

Pakistan : Textile means “to weave”, 4th largest producer of largest producer of cotton, 3 rd largest spinning, largest spinning capacity in Asia and 5% of the global spinning capacity, largest industrial sector,sufficient availability of raw material.

  • September 2012
    30 pages
  • Textile  

  • Pakistan  

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Vietnam Textile & Garment Investment & Policy

  • Investment in Vietnam's Textile and Garment Industry

After accession to WTP in 2007, together with many bilateral and multi-lateral agreements, Vietnam’s textile and garment industry has made a major leap, reaching an annual growth rate of 22%. From 2007 to 2012 there have been 485 FDI projects in Vietnam’s textile and garment industry, with a total registered capital of 2 billion USD. In the first 9 months of 2012, Vietnam’s textile and garment export is estimated at 12.4 billion USD, a year-on-year increase of 7.3%. At present, Vietnam is the second biggest textile and garment exporter to the US, the third biggest to Japan and the fifth to the EU.

  • January 2011
    31 pages
  • Clothing And Te...  

    Vietnam Textile  

  • Vietnam  

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Cambodia Textile & Garment Market

The textiles and garments industry contributed 9.1 per cent to GDP, with the latter accounting for the bulk (94 per cent). The textiles industry generates US$60.45 million (0.6 per cent of the country's total gross value added) whereas the garments industry generates US$968.79 million (9.2 per cent of total gross value added) (table 2). The lack of a significant domestic textiles industry and Cambodia’s involvement in mostly assembly operations restricts the sector’s ability to generate more value.

  • February 2013
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Turkey Clothing Industry

  • Turkish Textile Industry

The textile sector has made important contribution to the development of clothing industry as wall. In the 1990’s, the share of textile sector within the total Turkish exports reached to 9.3% by showing a high export performance. The industry, today, has become one of the most important components of the Turkish economy with its export value of 5.4 billion dollars.

  • January 2010
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  • Textile  

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Key players

Apparel Industry Key Players in the US

  • Apparel Retail in the United States

The United States apparel retail industry grew by 4.2% in 2011 to reach a value of $329,400 million. In 2016, the United States apparel retail industry is forecast to have a value of $383,773 million, an increase of 16.5% since 2011. Womenswear is the largest segment of the apparel retail industry in the United States, accounting for 51.7% of the industry's total value. The United States accounts for 28% of the global apparel retail industry value. The US apparel market is fairly fragmented and this, combined with slow growth in recent years has resulted in an increased level of rivalry.

  • February 2012
    37 pages
  • Apparel  

    Apparel Retail  

  • United States  

    North America  

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Inditex Company Profile

  • Global Growth Opportunities

Inditex Highlights: Global fashion retailer, 6,300 stores / Online / Mobile, Sales €15.9 bn (FY12), Cash flow €3.3 bn (FY12), Market cap. €72bn.

  • January 2013
    45 pages
  • Clothing And Te...  

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    Russian Federat...  

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Inditex & Competitors Strategy Analysis

  • Inditex Strategyreport

Industria de Diseño Textil S.A., also known as The Inditex Group, is the world’s leading and fastest growing fashion producer and retailer, headquartered in Arteixo, Spain. The Inditex Group is made up of more than 100 companies operating in textile design, manufacturing, and distribution, and is responsible for producing 840 million garments a year, with eight retail store formats: Bershka, Massimo Dutti, Oysho, Pull & Bear, Stradivarius, Uterqüe, Zara, and Zara Home. These retail formats collectively occupy 6,009 stores in 86 markets.

  • January 2012
    44 pages
  • Clothing And Te...  

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