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Indian denim industry foresees bright future

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Apparel Online India April, 16-30, 2017

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Production capacity likely to increase to 1.5 billion metres by 2020

India has been at the forefront of denim fabric manufacturing since a long time with Arvind Mills being the flagbearer of denim in India. However, of late many new players have come into the market and many existing ones have added capacity for differential denim, upping the game for India in a market which is driven by evolving fashion. Players in the segment are being challenged by both Pakistan and Bangladesh that are eyeing the business seriously. Yet, India enjoys a competitive edge in denim fabric manufacturing due to availability of raw material, latest technology and product development skills. According to latest estimates, approximately 65 per cent of total production is being consumed in the domestic market which includes both…

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