Global Textiles Industry

  • January 2012
  • -
  • Global Industry Analysts

The global outlook series on Textiles provides a collection of statistical anecdotes, market briefs, and concise summaries of research findings. The report offers an aerial view of the global textiles industry, identifies major short to medium term market challenges, and growth drivers. Regional markets elaborated upon include United States, Canada, Mexico, Japan, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, UK, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine, China, India, Pakistan, and Brazil, among others. Also included is an indexed, easy-to-refer, fact-finder directory listing the addresses, and contact details of 715 companies worldwide.

Table Of Contents




1. OVERVIEW 1
Nature of the Textile Industry 1
Impact of Recession 1
Recession Brings in Capacity Rationalization 2
Market Trends 2
Migration of Textile Manufacturing from Developed to
Developing Nations 2
Increasing Fiber Consumption in Textiles 2
Coated Textiles Draw Interest 3
China and India - Dominating the Market 3
Issues Impacting the Industry 3
Better Fabrics Emerge 3
Manufacturers Focus on Improving Productivity 3
Problems Faced by the Spinner 4
Rising Raw Material Costs 4
Synthetic and High-Tech Fabrics - Finding Favor with Designers 4
Difficulties in Dyeing of Wool/Cotton Blends 4
Undesirable Effects of Dyestuffs Used in Chemical Fibers 4
Cotton and Wool - Natural Fibers with Inherent Shortcomings 5
Influence of Moisture in Textiles 5
Textile Fibers 5
Table 1: World Textile Fibers Market by Geographic Region -
US, Canada, Europe, Asia-Pacific (including Japan), Middle
East, and Latin America Markets Independently Analyzed with
Annual Sales Figures in Thousand Tons for the Years 2010
through 2015 6

Table 2: World Textile Fibers Market (2011 and 2015) -
Percentage Breakdown of Volume Sales for US, Canada, Europe,
Asia-Pacific (including Japan), Middle East, and Latin
America 7

Table 3: World Spun Yarn Market by Geographic Region - US,
Canada, Europe, Asia-Pacific (including Japan), Middle East,
and Latin America Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Sales Figures in Thousand Tons for the Years 2010 through
2015 8

Table 4: World Spun Yarn Market (2011 and 2015) - Percentage
Breakdown of Volume Sales for US, Canada, Europe,
Asia-Pacific (including Japan), Middle East, and Latin
America 9

Table 5: Global Fiber Consumption (2010): Percentage Share
Breakdown of Volume Consumption for Man-Made Fibers
(Synthetics [Filament and Staple] and Cellulosics [Filament
and Staple]) and Natural Fibers (Cotton, Wool and Silk) 9
Global Fiber Production Rises 10
Table 6: Share of Natural and Manmade Fibers in Global Fiber
Supply 10
Fiber Production, Consumption and Pricing Trends in the
Global Markets 11
Table 7: World Textile Fiber Production (2000-2009) - Output
for Natural Fibers (Cotton, Wool, and Silk), and anmade/
Synthetic Fibers (Noncellulosic and Cellulosic) (In ‘000
Tons) 11
Synthetic Fibers Gain Popularity 12
Table 8: Manmade Fiber Production Worldwide by Major
Producing Countries (2009): Production in Million Tons for
China, India, US, Taiwan, Korea and Rest of World 12

Table 9: Global Manmade Staple Fiber and Filament Yarn
Production by Type (2009): Production in ‘000 Tons for
Synthetics (Polyester, Polyamide, Polypropylene, Acrylics,
and Others) and Cellulosics 13
Polyester: Capacity Increases 13
Nylon - Impact of Recession 13
Acrylic Fibre Production 13
Cotton 14
Consumption Trends 14
Table 10: Global Cotton Consumption by Country (2009-10):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Volume Consumption for China,
India, Pakistan, Turkey, Brazil, Bangladesh, US, and Others 15
China - The Largest Cotton Producer 15
Table 11: Global Cotton Production by Country (2009-10):
Percentage Share Breakdown for China, India, US, Pakistan,
Brazil, Uzbekistan, Turkey, Australia, Turkmenistan, EU-27,
and Others 16
China - Set to Emerge as a Global Player 16
Cotton Trade - Truly International 16
Technology Unlocking Novel Cotton Applications in the Non-
Woven Area 16
Organic Cotton - A Growing Market 17
Wool 17
Wool Production 17
Table 12: Global Wool Production by Country (2009):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Production Volume for
Australia, China, New Zealand, and Others 17
Textile Machinery: An Introduction 18
Man-Made Fiber Machines 18
Significance of Specialty Machines 18
Global Market for Apparel and Other Textiles/ e-Commerce 18
Global Production of Non-Woven Textiles 19
Key Markets 19
Production Technologies 19
Outlook 19
Technical Textiles Market 19
Table 13: Global Geotextiles Demand by Region (2010):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Volume Demand for North
America, Western Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Others 20

Table 14: Fibre Usage in Technical Textiles (2010):
Percentage Share Breakdown for Polyester, Polyolefin, Glass,
Jute, Cotton, Polyamides, Viscose and Cellulosics, and Others 20
Import Export Statistics 20
Table 15: Global Textile Industry Exports by Country
(2009-10): Percentage Share Breakdown of Export Value for US,
UK, UAE, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Bangladesh, Turkey,
and Others 21

Table 16: Global RMG Exports by Country (2009-10): Percentage
Share Breakdown of Export Value for US, UK, Germany, UAE,
France, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Denmark,
Canada, Belgium, and Others 21

Table 17: Global Textile Imports (Excluding RMG) by Country
(2009-10): Percentage Share Breakdown of Import Value for
China, US, Chinese Taipei, Bangladesh, Australia, Thailand,
Nepal, Korea RP, Germany, Japan, Indonesia, and Others 22

Table 18: Global Import of Textile Items by Category
(2009-10): Percentage Share Breakdown of Import Value for
Fibre, Fabrics, Yarn, Madeups/Carpets, RMG, and Others 22

Table 19: Global RMG Imports by Country (2009-10): Percentage
Share Breakdown of Import Value for China, Italy, Hong Kong,
Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, UK, France, Thailand, Spain, US, and
Others 22

2. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY 23

3. PRODUCT LAUNCHES 30


REGIONAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE 33

1. NORTH AMERICA 33

1a. UNITED STATES 33
Market Overview 33
Impact of Recession 33
Specialty Fabrics Segment 34
Textile Plants and Employment Opportunities 34
Textile Machinery Market in the US 35
US Trade of Textiles and Apparel 35
Exports Scenario 35
Table 20: Textile and Apparel Exports in the US (2009-2010):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Export Value by Destination
Country for Canada, Mexico, Honduras, China, Dominican
Republic, Japan, El Salvador, UK, and Others 36

Table 21: US Textile Item Exports by Segment (2009-10):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Export Value for RMG,
Madeups/Carpets, Fabrics, Yarn, Fibre, and Others 36
Yarn and Fabric Exports Increase 37
Textile Industry Imports 37
Table 22: Textile and Apparel Imports by Country in the US
(2009-2010): Percentage Share Breakdown of Import Value for
China, Vietnam, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Bangladesh,
Pakistan, Honduras, Cambodia, and Others 37
Market Trends 38
Natural Fibers Find Favor 38
Threat of Biological Attacks - Demand for Protective Clothing 38
Industrial Textiles - An Active Sector 38
Automation in the Textiles Industry 38
Environmental Concerns 39
Scented Textiles 39
Finishing Chemicals Market 39
Academia Helps US Textile Industry 39
Trends in Cotton Segment 40
Cotton Consumption 40
India and China - Potential Markets for US Cotton 40
American Players Face Competitive Heat from Indian Cotton
Exporters in China 40
The Favorable Caribbean Basin Initiative 40
Quota on Textile and Clothing 41
The US Manufacturers 41
Staggered Quota Elimination by the US - Global Implications 41
MFA-ATC Comparison 41
Smart and Interactive Textiles Market 41
Yarn Market 42
Manmade Fibers Industry 42
Polyesters 42
Home Textiles Retail Industry 43

1b. CANADA 44
Overview of the Textile Industry 44
Demand for Natural Fiber Materials 44
Fibre, Yarn and Thread Mills Market 44
Table 23: Canadian Fibre, Yarn and Thread Mills Industry in
Canada (2010): Percentage Share Breakdown of Manufacturing
Costs for Materials and Supplies, Labor, and Energy, Fuel and
Water Costs 44
Export-Import Scenario 45
Table 24: Canadian Textile Item Exports by Segment (2009-10):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Export Value for
Madeups/Carpets, RMG, Fabrics, Yarn, Fibre, and Others 45
Canadian Textile Tariff Rates Mild vis-a-vis the US 45

1c. MEXICO 46
Textile and Apparel Sector - An Overview 46
Changing Trends Shape Domestic Market Trends 46
Table 25: Mexican Apparel Market by Segment (2010E):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Value Sales for Men's Wear,
Women's Wear, Childrens’ Wear, and Infant Wear 46
Fiber/Filament Market 47
Export Scenario 47
Table 26: Mexican Textile Item Exports by Segment (2009-10):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Export Value for RMG, Yarn,
Fabrics, Madeups/Carpets, Fibre, and Others 47

2. JAPAN 48
Overview of Fiber and Filament Market 48
Industrial Fabrics Market 48
Export Import Statistics 48
Table 27: Japanese Textile Item Exports by Segment (2009-10):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Export Value for RMG,
Madeups/Carpets, Yarn, Fabrics, Fibre, and Others 49
Increase in EXIM of Japan-Indonesia Textile Industry 49

3. EUROPE 50
Market Overview 50
Textile Fibers Market 50
Table 28: European Textile Fibers Market by Geographic Region
- France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia, and Rest of
Europe Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales
Figures in Thousand Tons for Years 2010 through 2015 50

Table 29: European Textile Fibers Market (2011 and 2015) -
Percentage Breakdown of Volume Sales for France, Germany,
Italy, UK, Spain, Russia, and Rest of Europe Markets 51

Table 30: European Spun Yarns Market by Geographic Region -
France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia, and Rest of Europe
Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in
Thousand Tons for Years 2010 through 2015 52

Table 31: European Spun Yarn Market - Percentage Breakdown of
Volume Sales for France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia,
and Rest of Europe 53
Industry Structure 53
Environmental Aspects 54
Outward Processing Traffic (OPT) 54
Rising Raw Material Prices - Cause of Concern for Rug and Carpet
Industry 54
Risk to European Textile Industry from Asian Competitors 54
Home Textiles Market in Europe 55
Rising Demand for Trendy and Sustainable Products 55
Table 32: EU Home Textiles Market by Segment (2009):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Consumption Value for Bed
Linen, Bath and Kitchen Linen, Blankets and Rugs, and Others 56

Table 33: EU Home Textiles Market by Country (2009):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Consumption Value for France,
Italy, UK, Spain and Others 56
Developing Countries - The Major Textile Suppliers 56
Table 34: EU Home Textile Imports by Country (2009):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Import Value for Germany,
France, UK and Others 56
Rising Demand for Organic and Natural Fibers 57
Certifications for Organic Textiles 57
Distribution Channels 57
Furnishing Textiles Market 57
Import-Export Scenario 58
Table 35: Leading Export Markets for the EU Textile and
Clothing Market (2010): Percentage Share Breakdown of Export
Value for Switzerland, US, Russia, Turkey, Tunisia, and
Others 58

Table 36: EU Textile Exports (Including RMG) by Country
(2009-10): Percentage Share Breakdown of Import Value for UK,
Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark,
and Others 58

Table 37: EU Exports of Textile Items (Including RMG) by
Category (2009-10): Percentage Share Breakdown of Import
Value for RMG, Madeups/Carpets, Yarn, Fabrics, Fibre, and
Others 59

Table 38: EU Imports of Textile Items (Including RMG) by
Country (2009-10): Percentage Share Breakdown of Import Value
for Germany, Italy, UK, France, Austria, Belgium, Spain,
Netherlands, and Others 59

Table 39: EU Imports of Textile Items by Category (2009-10):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Import Value for Fibre,
Fabrics, Yarn, RMG, Madeups/Carpets, and Others 59

3a. BELGIUM 60
Market Overview 60

3b. CZECH REPUBLIC 60
Cotton Industry Relies on Imports 60

3c. FRANCE 61
Technical/Industrial Textiles Market 61
Domestic Production of Technical Textiles 61
Export Statistics 61
Table 40: French Textile Item Exports by Segment (2009-10):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Export Value for Madeups/
Carpets, RMG, Fabrics, Yarn, Fibre, and Others 61

3d. GERMANY 62
Market Overview 62
Table 41: German Textile Industry (2010E): Percentage Share
Breakdown of Production by Segment for Technical Textiles,
Clothing, and Home Textiles 62
Clothing and Outwear Market 62
Domestic Production Declines 63
Liberalization of Trade 63
Challenges Facing Textile and Clothing Industry 63
Competition in the Textile and Clothing Industry 63
Technical Textiles Market 64
Environmental Protection 64
Packaging 64
Advanced Clothing Technologies 65
Organic Textiles Market 65
Import Export Statistics 65
Table 42: German Textile Item Exports by Segment (2009-10):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Export Value for RMG,
Madeups/Carpets, Yarn, Fabrics, Fibre, and Others 65

3e. POLAND 66
Polish Cotton Market 66

3f. SPAIN 66
Major Producer of Textiles and Apparel in Europe 66
Table 43: Spanish Textile Item Exports by Segment (2009-10):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Export Value for Madeups/
Carpets, RMG, Fabrics, Yarn, Fibre, and Others 66

3g. SWITZERLAND 67
Overview 67

3h. TURKEY 68
Textile Industry 68
Home Textile Industry 68
Advantages for Turkish Textile Exporters 68

3i. THE UNITED KINGDOM 69
Organic Textiles Market Recovers Post Recession 69
Household Textiles Market 69
Table 44: UK Household Textiles Market by Segment (2010):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Value Sales for Bed Linen,
Filled Products, Bathroom Textiles, Table linen and Kitchen
Towelling and Others 69
Export Scenario 70
Table 45: UK Textile Item Exports by Segment (2009-10):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Export Value for
Madeups/Carpets, RMG, Fabrics, Yarn, Fibre, and Others 70

3j. UKRAINE 70
Textile and Clothing Market - An Overview 70

4. ASIA 71
Polyester Market 71
Asia Pacific Markets Witness Growth in Demand for Acrylic Fibers 71
India and China Show Promising Ends 71

4a. BANGLADESH 72
Bangladesh Takes Measures to Keep Pace with Growing Garment
Demand 72
Projects to Attain Autonomy in Silk- Yarn Production 72
WTO’s Rejection Benefits Bangladesh 72

4b. CHINA 73
Textile Industry - Market Overview 73
Market Scenario in H1 2011 73
Government Initiatives to Deal with Recession 74
Environmental Concerns Fuel Demand for Natural Fibers 74
China Enjoys Prominent Position in Textiles 74
Chinese Bedding Stuff Market - An Insight 74
Chinese Textile Output - Relatively Free from Government Planning 75
Fibre/Filament Production and Consumption 75
Table 46: Fiber/Filament Production in China (2009):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Production Volume for Manmade
Fiber/ Filament and Cotton 75
Cotton Market - Overview 75
The Balancing Role of Government 76
Specialty Textiles Market 76
Growing Demand for Flame Retardant and Automobile Textiles 76
Fiber and Fabric Product Market Trends 76
Import-Export Scenario 76
Table 47: Chinese Textile Item Exports by Segment (2009-10):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Export Value for Madeups/
Carpets, RMG, Fabrics, Yarn, Fibre, and Others 77

Table 48: Chinese Yarn Exports by Region/Country (2010):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Export Value for Asia, Europe,
US, and Others 77

4c. HONG KONG 78
Market Overview 78
Responsive to Fashion and Technology 78
Textile Manufacturers Explore Off-Shore Opportunities 79

4d. INDIA 80
A Leading Presence in the Global Textiles Market 80
Snapshots 80
Table 49: Indian Textile Industry by Segment (2010):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Revenues for Garments,
Household Fabrics, Technical Textiles and Home Textiles 80
Government Support Aids Textile Industry to Counter Recession 81
India to Enter into Free Trade Agreement with Japan 81
Industry Structure 81
Textile Sectors in India 82
Textile Mills 82
Table 50: Number of Cotton/Man-Made Fibre Mills in India
(2011): Percentage Share Breakdown for Spinning Mills and
Composite Mills 83
Installed Capacity 83
Table 51: Installed Capacity in Textile and Garment Industry
(2010-11) 83
Major Textile Players 84
Cloth Production in India 84
Table 52: Cloth Production by Segment in India (2009-2010):
Percentage Share Breakdown for Cotton Cloth, Blended Cloth,
and 100% Non Cotton Cloth 84

Table 53: Cloth Production by Sector in India (2009-2010):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Production for Powerloom
Sector, Hosiery Sector, Handloom Sector, and Mill Sector 84
Fiber and Filament Industry 85
Yarn Production 85
Table 54: Production of Yarn in India (2005-2010) (In Billion
Kilograms) 85

Table 55: Yarn Production by Segment in India (2009-2010):
Percentage Share Breakdown for Cotton Yarn, Blended Yarn, and
100% Non Cotton Yarn 86

Table 56: Spun Yarn Production in India (2009-10): Percentage
Share Breakdown of Quantity for Cotton, Blended, and
Non-Cotton 86
Man-Made Fiber Market - An Insight 86
Table 57: Man-Made Fibers Market in India (2010-11):
Breakdown of Installed Capacity (In Million Kg) by Polyester
Staple Fiber, Acrylic Staple Fiber, and Viscose Staple Fiber 87

Table 58: Man-Made Fibers Market in India (2010-11):
Breakdown of Production (In Million Kg) by Polyester Staple
Fiber, Acrylic Staple Fiber, and Viscose Staple Fiber 87

Table 59: Man-Made Filament Yarns Market in India (2010-11):
Breakdown of Installed Capacity and Production (In Million
Kg) by Viscose Filament Yarn, Nylon Filament Yarn, and
Polyester Filament Yarn 87
Import Export Statistics 88
Table 60: Man-Made Fibre Market by Segment in India
(2009-2010): Percentage Share Breakdown of Import and Export
Volume for Viscose Staple Fibre, Polyester Staple Fibre, and
Acrylic Staple Fibre 88

Table 61: Man-Made Filament Yarn Market by Segment in India
(2009-2010): Percentage Share Breakdown of Import and Export
Volume for Polyester Filament Yarn, Viscose Filament Yarn,
and Nylon Filament Yarn 88
Cotton Market in India 89
Table 62: Cotton Production in India (2000-2011) (In Lakh
Bales of 170 Kg Each) 89

Table 63: Cotton Production in India (2010-2011): Percentage
Share Breakdown by Region for North, Central, South, and
Others 89
Import-Export Statistics 90
Table 64: India’s Export of Raw Cotton (including Waste) by
Destination Country (2010): Percentage Share Breakdown of
Export Value for China, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Indonesia,
Turkey, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia, and
Others 90
An Overview of Jute Textiles Market 90
Table 65: India’s Production of Jute Goods (2005-11) (In
Million M.Tons) 91

Table 66: India’s Production of Jute Goods (2010-11):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Production Quantity for
Sacking, Hessian, CBC, and Others 91

Table 67: India’s Exports of Jute Goods by Segment (2009-10):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Export Quantity for Hessian,
Sacking, and Others 91
Silk Production 92
Table 68: Production of Raw Silk in India (2009-2010) (In
‘000 Tonnes) 92

Table 69: Production of Raw Silk by Type in India
(2009-2010): Percentage Share Breakdown of Production
Quantity for Mulberry, Eri, Tasar, and Muga 92
Import-Export Statistics 93
Table 70: Silk Exports of India (2009-10): Percentage Share
Breakdown of Export Value for Natural Silk Yarn, Fabrics and
Made-up, Readymade Garments, Silk Carpet, and Silk Waste 93

Table 71: Silk Imports of India (2009-10): Percentage Share
Breakdown of Import Value for Raw Silk, and Silk Yarn and
Fabrics 93
Handloom and Handicraft Textile Segment - Benefiting from
Government Initiatives 93
Technical Textiles - A Lucrative Investment Area 94
Home Furnishings Market 94
Textile-Related Changes in Budget 2011-12 94
Garments Market 95
Weaving Capacity 95
Textile Industry Imports-Exports Scenario 96
Table 72: Indian Textile Industry by Segment (2010-11):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Import Value by Fibre, Yarn and
Fabrics, and Madeups, RMG and Other Textiles 96

Table 73: Indian Exports of Textile Items (2010-11):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Export Value by Commodity for
Fibre, Yarns, Fabrics and Madeups, RMG, Carpet, Jute, and
Others 96

4e. INDONESIA 97
Market Overview 97
Fiber Industry - Overview 97
Lucrative Domestic Market 97
Cotton Market 98

4f. KOREA 99
An Update on the Textile Industry in Korea 99
Table 74: Korean Textile Item Exports by Segment (2009-10):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Export Value for RMG,
Madeups/Carpets, Yarn, Fabrics, Fibre, and Others 99

4g. PAKISTAN 100
Impact of Recession 100
Government to Support Textile Industry 100
Trade Regulations on Pakistan Textile Exports 100

4h. PHILIPPINES 101
Market Overview 101
Cotton Market 101

4i. TAIWAN 102
Textile Fiber Industry Hit by Global Recession 102
Manmade Fibers Market 102
Yarns Market 102

4j. THAILAND 103
Textile Industry Overview 103
Yarn Market 103

5. LATIN AMERICA 103
Emerging Market for Geotextiles 103

5a. BRAZIL 104
Textile and Apparel Industry 104
Market Characteristics 104
The Textile Sector 104
Export Statistics 105
Table 75: Brazilian Textile Item Exports by Segment
(2009-10): Percentage Share Breakdown of Export Value for
RMG, Madeups/Carpets, Yarn, Fabrics, Fibre, and Others 105

5b. COLOMBIA 106
Market Overview 106
Regulatory Environment 106

6. MIDDLE EAST 107

6a. DUBAI 107
Dubai Textile Industry Eyes European Markets 107

6b. JORDAN 107
Market Overview 107

7. SOUTH AFRICA 107
South African Textile and Apparel Industries 107


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