AEPC promotes MMF and knitwear exports at events across India
The Apparel Export Promotion Council of India promoted the man-made fibre and knitwear industries at its recent Fashion Forecast Seminar, and a number of other events in Noida, Delhi, and Tirupur.
The AEPC recently held a 'Seminar on Opportunities and Challenges in Exports’ in partnership with the Export Credit Guarantee Corporation of India in New Delhi, the organisation announced on Facebook. The seminar was intended to address and solve barriers to increase India’s apparel and textile exports.
The organisation also held a Fashion Forecast Seminar for spring/summer 2021 in Noida last week. The seminar was organised in partnership with trend forecasting business Worth Global Style Network, UK.
“Indian apparel exporters need to learn from Bangladesh and Vietnam players to increase exports,” said the AEPC’s former chairman H K L Magu at the seminar, the AEPC shared on Facebook.
Magu also said that 67% of textile usage and exports worldwide is of man-made fibres and promoted the sector as a growth opportunity.
The AEPC’s chairman A Sakthivel also spoke at the seminar and announced that the council plans to sign a memorandum of understanding with Reliance Industries Limited and a number of other MMF manufacturers to improve the sector, the AEPC announced on Facebook. Sakthivel inaugurated the seminar and championed MMF as the key to increasing India’s textile exports to the global market.
The AEPC also recently held a meeting on investment opportunities in the textile sector in Madhya Pradesh in Tirupur on February 29, the organisation announced on Facebook. The meet forecast trends for the autumn/ winter 2021/2022 season and discussed ways of ameliorating the knitwear sector.
Copyright © 2021 FashionNetwork.com All rights reserved.