Like that of information technology sector, textile sector is also experiencing big boom in the modern digital era. India and its major textile hubs are busy exporting their products to the global market. It is not only the natural or synthetic fabrics which are more into demand but knitted garments from India are also popular in the global market.
With the advancement in technology, exporters from India are now capable of delivering orders in any amount. Indian exporters can now deliver customized samples of garments in surprisingly quick time which was initially not possible. Means, one can easily conclude that production capacity of the country has increased drastically in past few years and this is the reason why a major proportion of international market depends on the textile products exported from India. Exporters from the country can now send half a million pieces in just a few days. Delay and defects are out of the question as the new advanced machines and tools are now used by the manufacturers.
Initially India was known for cotton and other such natural fiber production but the growing popularity of synthetic yarns, fabrics and clothes have promoted the production of synthetic fabrics and clothes of which the country is now a renowned manufacturer. Polyester, terracotta, nylon, rayon etc are some of the highly demanded synthetic fabrics and clothes from India which find countless numbers of sellers in both national as well as international markets.
This transformation has been experienced due to the use of advanced machines which replaced conventional hand machines to weave garments. These machines have reduced the production time drastically allowing the textile manufacturers to meet the ever-increasing demands of textile products in the market. Its time when globalization is in full swing, and the Indian exporters are now open for global competition.
India is the prominent textile manufacturer whose products are considered superior in terms of both quality and quantity. High quality yarn, fabrics and garments are what the country is known for. On the other hand, the growing production capacity has enabled it to give a tough competition to the competitors.
Government of India has also supported the growth of textile manufacturers and has also welcomes some changes for better. Government is providing help to these manufacturers in one or several ways to make India a leading textile exporter in the global market. The entities are provided necessary help in launching new production units and some incentives and concessions have also been offered by the government.