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    Ministry of Textiles

    MAN-MADE FIBRE & FILAMENT YARN INDUSTRY


    The man-made fibre & yarn industry comprises fibre and filament yarn manufacturing units of cellulosic and non-cellulosic origin. The cellulosic fibre/yarn industry is under the administrative control of the Ministry of Textiles while non-cellulosic industry is under the control of Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilizers (Department of Chemicals & Petro Chemicals). This industry has a vital role to play in the Textile industry in the sense that out of total consumption of 6.33 billion kgs. of fibre, including cotton and man-made, 2.62 billion kgs i.e. 41%, is manufactured by the man-made fibre/yarn industry.

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    Man Made Fibre/Filament Yarn Industry
    Production

    The production of man-made fibre during 2007-08 amount to 1244.17 million kg. As compared to 1139.47 million kgs during 2006-07 constituting an increase of 9.19%. The percentage increase/decrease in production of polyester staple fibre, acrylic staple fibre and polypropylene staple fibre during 2007-08 is 11.06%, (-) 16.06% and (-) 2.56% respectively as compared to 2006-07.

    The production of man-made filament yarn amounted to 1509.34 million kg. In comparison to 1370.48 million kg. In the previous year constituting a increase of 10.13%. The percentage increase/decrease of nylon filament yarn, polyester filament yarn and poloypropylene filament yarn during the period were (-) 14.36%, 11.75% and (-) 21.39%.

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    Man Made Fibre/Filament Yarn Industry

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    The import of man-made fibre/filament yarn showed a mixed trend during the last five years. The import has decreased during 2007-08 in comparison with previous year. The import of man-made fibre/yarn amounted to 129.19 million kg during 2007-08 as compared to 143.09 million kg. Previous year 2006-07 constituting an decrease of 9.7%.

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    Man Made Fibre/Filament Yarn Industry

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    The Export of man-made fibre/filament yarn showed an increasing trend during the last five years. The exports had grown by 21% during the year 2007-08 in comparison to previous year. The export of man-made fibre/yarn amounted to 408.34 million kg. during 2007-08 as compared to 337.35 million kg. during previous year 2006-07 constituting an increase of 21.04%.

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    Thumbs up Man Made Fibre/Filament Yarn Industry- Synthetic and art silk mills research association (sasmira) and man-made textile research association (mantra).

    Man Made Fibre/Filament Yarn Industry



    SYNTHETIC AND ART SILK MILLS RESEARCH ASSOCIATION (SASMIRA) AND MAN-MADE TEXTILE RESEARCH ASSOCIATION (MANTRA).

    SASMIRA and MANTRA are two Research Associations working mainly for the decentralized sector of the Textile Industry. These associations have been undertaking various research projects for the benefits of the decentralized sector. SASMIRA has been designated as a Nodal Agency for Technical Textiles. SASMIRA is a Centre of Excellence (COE) for Agrotextiles. The centre is being set up in alliance with Man-Made Textiles Research Association (MANTRA), Surat, Navsari Agriculture University (NAU), Navsari as associate partners and Department of Textile Technology, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi as knowledge partner. The vision and mission of COE would be achieved through the facilities and infrastructure, viz, Demonstration pilot plant facility for Agrotextile products, Accredited Testing and evaluation facility for Agrotextile products, Information centre and Training Centre for Agrotextiles sector.

    For further information refer to web sites: -

    SASMIRA: www.sasmira.org
    MANTRA: www.mantrasurat.org

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