10.01.2017 - 13.01.2017 — Hall: 10.2 Stand: B 31
TEXPROCIL - The International Face of Indian Cotton Textiles!
Since its inception in 1954, as an autonomous, nonprofit body dedicated to promotion of exports, The Cotton Textiles Export Promotion Council, popularly known as ‘TEXPROCIL’ has been the international face of cotton textiles from India facilitating exports worldwide.
TEXPROCIL’s membership base includes very large vertically integrated mills with billions of dollar turnover to small units in the rural areas making specialty products. The Council provides export promotional services to over 3,500 members including composite mills, spinning units, weaving units, knitting units, process houses and merchant exporters; showcasing a dazzling array of cotton textile products across the value chain...!!
TEXPROCIL has successfully established the presence of the Indian Textiles Industry as a reliable source of cotton textiles in the international markets. The increased quantum of exports and the diversification of existing markets bear the testimony to the success of TEXPROCIL!
The Council promotes exports of -
Cotton Yarns and Blended Yarns ( 50% or more cotton ) Grey and Processed ( doubled, gassed, mercerized, dyed, mélange )
Cotton and Blended ( 50% plus cotton ) Woven and Knitted fabrics , Grey and Processed
Home Textiles ( Bed linen, Kitchen linen, Bath towels and Other linen)
Technical textiles ( Protective, Performance, Medical and Geo textiles )
WIDE AMBIT OF PROMOTION ACTIVITIES
For the foreign buyer, TEXPROCIL has opened a wide array of yarns, fabrics and madeups, including home textiles in all its splendor, and has become a major source of supply of these items. Other activities include -
Organizing fairs, Buyer Seller Meets and Overseas Trade Delegations
Giving information to overseas customers about Indian companies when asked
Market information, trends and forecasts
Identification of potential new markets and seeding the export activity through delegations
Defending Indian exporters from non tariff barriers, anti subsidy investigations etc
For the Indian exporters it has made available opportunities to trade that exist across the globe. Other activities include -
Working with Indian Government on export promotion policies
Providing Industry data on duties and taxes suffered with documentary evidence to arrange refund of the same after exports through well thought out draw back mechanism
Assisting the Government in bilateral negotiations bringing to the table the domestic perspective
Help members understand the various procedures and policies of the Government
Help members reach out to customers through the various export promotion efforts undertaken
Provide data and trends in Export/Import