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Technotex India 2011, Mumbai 25 th -27 th August, 2011 Opportunities in the Technical Technotex India 2011, Mumbai 25 th -27 th August, 2011 Opportunities in the Technical Textile Sector – Karnataka Department of Handlooms and Textiles, Government of Karnataka

Index State Profile & Textile Industry Snapshot Technical Textiles Profile - Global and Indian Index State Profile & Textile Industry Snapshot Technical Textiles Profile - Global and Indian The Industry in Karnataka – Mapping Factor Conditions ¾ Government Initiatives ¾ Raw Material Availability ¾ Infrastructure/Logistics ¾ Market Linkage ¾ Skilled manpower Policy Framework / Government Initiatives Investment Opportunities

State Profile & Textile Industry- A Snapshot State Profile & Textile Industry- A Snapshot

State’s Profile State Capital Area (sq. km. ) Population 2011 Population density (per sq. State’s Profile State Capital Area (sq. km. ) Population 2011 Population density (per sq. km. ) Per capita income 2008 -09 (Rs. ) Number of districts/Towns/Villages Literacy Rate (2011) Percentage of urban population (%) Prominent cities Major Airports Major Ports Bangaluru 191, 791 6, 11, 30, 704 319 Rs. 35, 555/30/27028 75. 60% 35% Bangalore, Hubli-Dharwad, Belgaum, Shimoga, Mangalore, Mysore, Gulbarga, Bellary Bangalore, Mangalore, Hubli, Belgaum, Shimoga, Mysore, Gulbarga Mangalore

Investment Snapshot - Textiles ® The total investment in textile sector stood at Rs Investment Snapshot - Textiles ® The total investment in textile sector stood at Rs 3500 Crores for the last decade ® During the last 3 years the textile industry has seen an investment of more than Rs. 4000 Crores ® The total export contribution from Textile sector is over Rs. 6000 Crores

Technical Textiles Profile – Global and Indian Technical Textiles Profile – Global and Indian

Technical Textiles Profile World Scenario ®Mobiltech leads at 23. 00% followed by Indutech at Technical Textiles Profile World Scenario ®Mobiltech leads at 23. 00% followed by Indutech at 16. 90% and Sportstech at 14. 98% ®Together these three form more than 55% of the World Market World Scenario Indian Scenario ®Packtech constitutes largest market segment at 40. 25% followed by Clothtech at 15. 38% ®Together these two form more than 55% of the Indian Market Indian Scenario

Technical Textile-Karnataka Technical Textile-Karnataka

The Industry in Karnataka – Mapping The Industry in Karnataka – Mapping

Mapping ® The Technical Textiles sector is majorly concentrated in and around Bangalore ® Mapping ® The Technical Textiles sector is majorly concentrated in and around Bangalore ® Presently, Industries are moving to other parts of Karnataka due to the logistic/infrastructure support that are being provided by the Government

Factor Conditions- Technical Textiles Government Initiatives Raw Material Availability Infrastructure / Logistics Market opportunities Factor Conditions- Technical Textiles Government Initiatives Raw Material Availability Infrastructure / Logistics Market opportunities Skilled manpower

Land Bank Creation through KIADB Status Land Notified u/s 28(1) Land Notified u/s 28(4) Land Bank Creation through KIADB Status Land Notified u/s 28(1) Land Notified u/s 28(4) Total Land Identified Land(in Acres) 54395 27869 82264 114756

Factor Conditions – Government Initiatives • Single window clearance for Mega Projects. • A Factor Conditions – Government Initiatives • Single window clearance for Mega Projects. • A new encompassing policy for the sector covering all value chain of textiles • A professional agency, IL&FS Clusters, has been appointed by Go. K for implementing the textile policy and is assisting the industry in structuring and implementation of the projects • Establishment of Fashion hub at Bangalore which will be unified buying/selling platform for the textile industry

Raw Materials Cotton Silk Wool Particulars Production Cotton(2007 -08) 10. 36 Lakh Bales Silk(2007 Raw Materials Cotton Silk Wool Particulars Production Cotton(2007 -08) 10. 36 Lakh Bales Silk(2007 -08) Wool(2004 -05) 8241 Tonnes 5. 3 million Kgs Petroleum based SEZ at Mangalore Belgaum – Polyester bsaed cluster

Factor conditions - Market Linkage S No. Technical Textiles 1 Agrotech 2 Buildtech 3 Factor conditions - Market Linkage S No. Technical Textiles 1 Agrotech 2 Buildtech 3 Geotech 4 5 Hometech Protech User Industry Sectorial Data Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing Building and Construction Geotextiles, Civil engineering Components of Trade, Hotels furniture, household and restaurants textiles and floor Real State, coverings Business Servising and Personal and ownership of property protection dwellings *Data Source: Govt. of Karnataka Investment in Karnataka's Global GDP Investors Growth(Last 5 Meet 2010(Rs. years) in Crores) 12. 80 2049 13. 12 2942 14. 68 2049 19. 00 2942

Factor conditions - Market Linkage S No. 6 Technical Textiles Indutech User Industry Filtration, Factor conditions - Market Linkage S No. 6 Technical Textiles Indutech User Industry Filtration, cleaning and other industrial usage Investment Karnataka's in Global Sectorial GDP Investors Data Growth(Last Meet 5 years) 2010(Rs. in Crores) Industrial Production 7 Environmental Oekotech protection 8 Packtech 9 Automobiles, shipping, Mobiltech railways and Transport aerospace 15. 26 Packaging 243416 41196 19. 76 1121

Factor conditions - Market Linkage S Technical User Industry No. Textiles Technical components of Factor conditions - Market Linkage S Technical User Industry No. Textiles Technical components of 10 Clothtech shoes and clothing(Exports) Growth% Investment Value of Sectoral (Last During Last 3 Exports(Rs. in Data three years(Rs. in Crores) years) Crores) Readymade Garments, Silk and Woolen 11 Sporttech Sport and leisure products 12 Meditech Hygiene and medical 15. 16 5970. 95 Emerging as the medical tourism hub of India 3900 1467

Factor Condition: HRD: Educational infrastructure S No. Type of Institutes No. s 1 R&D Factor Condition: HRD: Educational infrastructure S No. Type of Institutes No. s 1 R&D Centers 103 2 Universities 11 3 Engineering Colleges 135 4 Health Education 114 S No. Type of Institutes (Textiles) 5 Polytechnics 181 1 Engineering Colleges (B Tech Textiles) 4 6 Industrial Training Institutes 600 2 Apparel Training & Design Centre 8 7 International Schools 3 UG/PG Degree Colleges in Fashion & Tex course 4 ILFS Clusters 5 ITI Training Centers (with Textile related courses) 66 6 Polytechnics 20 7 RUDSET Institutes 7 8 Reputed NGOs/ VTPs 1 9 Weavers Service Centre 2 10 Power loom Service Centre 4 11 Garment Training & Design Centers 2 Fairly good spread of educational infrastructure, both in general and textiles, across the State 13 Total 50 9

Factor Conditions – Skill Development Focused efforts to create a pool of skilled manpower Factor Conditions – Skill Development Focused efforts to create a pool of skilled manpower for the industry Over than 60, 000 candidates trained between 2008 – 2011 100 dedicated Skill Development Centers approved in under Policy Training support being provided to 240 private skill development centers

Policy Framework Policy Framework

Policy Framework – Suvarna Vastra Neethi(200813) Strengthening of Value chain Though Garmenting is a Policy Framework – Suvarna Vastra Neethi(200813) Strengthening of Value chain Though Garmenting is a key strength, Policy supports integrated / activity wise development Professional Handholding Geographical Dispersion Dispersing industry from expensive Metros to backward areas IL&FS appointed as SMA to support industry & Government Making Textile industry in Karnataka Competitive Fiscal Incentives Zone & Development Based Packaged for SME & Mega Projects Institutional Linkages IT enabled placement linkage in coordination with industry & institutes Manpower Development Strengthening exisitng set ups & New capacpitites (PPP) basis Infrastructure Development Cluster based development strategy & Mega Projects Status Capacity Building Marketing / Design / Product Development & Trade Compliance Support

Support under the Policy/Go. K initiatives Credit linked Capital Subsidy Entry Tax reimbursement, Stamp Support under the Policy/Go. K initiatives Credit linked Capital Subsidy Entry Tax reimbursement, Stamp Duty Land Acquisition - Cost / Charges Reimbursement Common Infrastructure for Greenfield Textile Parks Power Subsidy (Garmenting, Spinning & Power loom Units) Support for environmental infrastructure Human Resource Development Support for Capacity Building & Standards and Compliances Special need based incentives for Mega Projects on a case - case basis

Investment Opportunities Investment Opportunities

Opportunities Available Setting Units Reimbursement based Fiscal incentives (Zone dependent up to approx. Rs. Opportunities Available Setting Units Reimbursement based Fiscal incentives (Zone dependent up to approx. Rs. 50 Lacs + Power subsidy during the policy period) Cluster Parks Milestone based development grant (amounting to Rs. 12. 00 crores) + Reimbursement based Fiscal incentives to Units within Need Based assistance – Proposals invited from industry Mega Projects Should be investment / employment intensive Projects proposals worth Rs. 500 crores in the technical textiles sector received by Go. K…

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Department of Handlooms and Textiles, Government of Karnataka Cordially invites to Karnataka Pavilion Thank Department of Handlooms and Textiles, Government of Karnataka Cordially invites to Karnataka Pavilion Thank You Commissioner for Textile Development & Director of Handloom Textiles 14/3 A, R. P Building, 3 rd Floor, Nrupathunga Road, Bangalore. Ph: +91 80 22271628 www. textile. kar. nic. in Project Director (KAP) 14/3 A, R. P Building, 3 rd Floor, Nrupathunga Road, Bangalore Ph: +91 80 22711692 E-mail: [email protected] com IL&FS Clusters 309/2, Lakhshya Tower Koramangala, Bangalore Phone: +91 80 22540426 Email: girish. [email protected] com sanjib. [email protected] com