In the Covid-19 pandemic year, the cotton value-chain, like others, has faced unprecedented disruptions. The industry was expected to have a decrease in the production and consumption owing to the Covid restrictions. Yet the cotton textiles supply chain in India has shown resilience, as the cotton consumption in the country during 2021-2022 is expected to reach around 26 million bales which is at par with pre-Covid consumption levels.
Impact of COVID-19 on Top Textile & Apparel Exporters of the World Country Jan-Mar 2019 Jan-Mar 2020 Year to date(YTD) change Value Share (%) Value Share (%) Value value (%) share (%) China 54.5 44.4 44.7 48.0 -9.8 -18 3.6 Germany 9.8 8 6.5 7 -3.3 -33.6 -1 Bangladesh 10.3 8.4 7.7 8.3 -2.7 -25.7 […]
Mechanical yarn stretch (%) in sizing process is amongst one of the process control parameters affecting warp yarn breakages in looms. For assessing the level of significance of the treatment factor on the response, ANOVA analysis
Factors such as increasing concern towards the adverse impact of synthetic fibers combined with the growing emphasis on reducing the usage of plastic-based materials are expected to fuel the growth of the Cotton Textile Industry.