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ISSN No.: 2278-8972 RNI No.: MAHENG / 2012 / 43707|
TE TILEXVALUE CHAIN
State of IndianTextile Machinery Industry
Print Forecast -Spring / Summer 2013
New AgeFibres & Yarns
Bombay Rayon Fashions Limited
APPAREL Comfortable, durable and
stylish are the
inherent qualities of the range
available. Admiration is guaranteed
with BRFL apparels.
TRIMSWith an initial goal to maintain
qualityand consistency in button
manufacturing, BRFL has set up an in
-house state of the art button manufacturing unit, the Trims Division
is today the largest and most sophisticated Button Industry in India.
RETAILGuru, a renowned apparel brand in Italy
has been a subsidiary of BRFL since 2008. Guru has stores in 18 countries
around the World, including Italy, Spain, France, Germany, Holland, Belgium,
Luxemburg, Greece, England, Portugal, the Middle East, Turkey, Russia,
Ukraine, Austria, Switzerland, the Canary Islands, Scandinavia,
China and India.
YARNIn 2010 Bombay Rayon Fashions Ltd.
completed its vertical integration in the
textile industry with the acquisition of a
yarn manufacturing company of great
repute, STI India Ltd, thus making BRFL
one of the privileged few to have the
capability of producing everything from
yarn to garment.
FABRICEvery thread woven at Bombay Rayon
Fashions Limitedis a part of an incredible range of fabrics that BRFL has to offer.Each fabric has one inherent quality - Comfort. Our promise to manufacture
the finest fabrics inspires us to put in that extra effort to create magic.
We showcase an enormous range of fabrics and size offerings available in various colours
to suit every occasion and every budget.
Clothing is one of the strongest human desires. A desire to be different. A desire to look beautiful. A desire to be comfortable. A desire to make a statement. A desire that is fulfilled by that perfect piece of fabric called 'BRFL'. Woven with passion, our fabrics speak a story of novelty. BRFL has grown phenomenally and the reason has been our customers. Inspired towards betterment, we now possess the entire knowhow and technology for yarn dyeing, fabric weaving, processing and garment manufacturing. BRFL is one of India's most dynamic and professionally managed textile groups.No wonder, we are well renowned in the fashion export industry worldwide.
BRFL is a vertically integrated textile company, engaged in the manufacture of a wide range of fabrics and garments from state of the art production facilities. Apart from being the largest Shirt manufacturer in India, we have successfully evolved into a multi-fiber manufacturing company producing fabrics such as Cotton, Polyester, Tencel, Modal, Lycra, Wool and various blends. Our yarn dyed fabric, printing techniques, finishing, processing, weaving, stitching are a mark of excellence making every piece of fabric perfect. With fabric manufacturing facilities of 100 million meters per annum, garment manufacturing facilities of 60 million pieces per annum, being expanded to 90 million pieces per annum and a strong employee base of around 38,000; BRFL is today one of the most sought after brands in the Indian as well as International fashion markets.
(The Company was originally incorporated as Mudra Fabrics Private Limited on May 21, 1992. Name of the
Company was changed to Mudra Fabrics Limited w.e.f. October 13, 1992. Name of the Company
was further changed to Bombay Rayon Fashions Limited w.e.f. September 30, 2004)
D-1st Floor, Oberoi Garden Estates, Chandivali Farms Road, Chandivali,
Andheri (East), Mumbai - 400 072 Tel: +91-22-39858800 Fax: +91-22-28476992
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.bombayrayon.com
EditorialSo far things have been good - we have grown as a team, our
readers have been generally happy and we are learning plenty. We are working hard to make our magazine bigger and better with bigger reach. That's the reason we felt that we need to be more inimitable and identifiable. We changed our look for a fresher and more contemporary look. Our logo is a wonderful and ingenious monogram which incorporates the initials of our magazine name TVC.
From this issue, we are introducing for our readers';
The Cover Story this quarter covers the New Age Fibres and Yarns. In recent years there have been tremendous innovations and applications in the fibres and yarns field. With increasing consumer needs, improvisation at fabric level is pass. Changes are now being done at the fibre level itself to give a better final product. As new production techniques become available, the opportunities for engineering fibres and yarns stretch from large-scale to the nano, invisible to the naked eye. Increasingly they are playing a vital role in health, protection and final consumer products. This story covers research and application of fibres and yarns from all over the globe.
With the extension of TUFS (Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme) and introduction of FDI in Retail, from trade and labour deficiency in China, the next few years are going to have a telling effect on the Indian Textile Industry. This is a golden chance for us to rein in our horses and go for the kill. We can improve our machinery, make our base stronger, conduct researches for growth and improvisation, educate and train our youth in textiles and engineering and train them for eventual replacement for the retirees and improvise our current state of affairs. We need to think
to become thorough professionals and be true global leaders in manufacturing and supply of raw materials.
3 new sectionstextile news, both local and global, trend forecast for the upcoming seasons and a column for future trends.
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Hope you find this issue engrossing. Enjoy your read!!!
Ms. Rajul J. ShahEditor in Chief
Cover story : New Age Fibres and Yarns
In this Issue...
Technical Textile : Kusumgar Corporates An interview with Mr. Yogesh Kusumgar
Forecast : 2013 Print Spring / Summer Forecast
Career : How to Bridge Gap between Textile Education Institutions and Textile Industry
Recycling : Waste Management of Textile
Recent developments and applications in fibre and yarn fields
State of Indian Textile Machinery Industry 33Strengths, Weaknesses and Measures for Modernization
12 Print Trends for the upcoming Spring/Summer season
Supply Chain for Second-hand clothes in Mumbai
Editor & PublisherMs. Jigna Shah
Editor in ChiefMs. Rajul J. Shah
Advertising & MarketingMd. Tanweer
Creative HeadMs. Rajul Shah
Graphic DesignerMr. Vaibhav GosarMs. Disha Haria
Editorial Advisory Board
Mr. Devchand Chheda - City Editor - Vyapar ( Janmabhumi Group)
Mr. Manohar Samuel - Joint President, Birla Cellulose
Mr. Abhishek Biyani - Damodar Group
Dr. M. K. Talukdar - VP, Kusumgar Corporates
Mr. Ajay Sharma - GM- RSWM ( LNJ bhilwara group)
Textile Value Chain
Yarn : Value Added Fancy Yarn
Fabric : Processing
Study of Bhilwara Synthetic Fabrics
Garment: Colour in Branding
Book review : Textiles and the Environment
Technical Textile : Evironmental Protection by Geo Bags
Handloom Sector : Indian Handloom Industry
Textile Machinery : Dynamic Autolooms Pvt. Ltd.
Exporter corner : Apparel Global Value Chain
Future Trends : Artificial Neural Network Part 2
Skill Gap Analysis : In Fabric manufacturing sector
Career : Production Management
College Focus : List of Colleges for Textile Engineering
Associations in Mumbai
CONSULTANT / ASSOCIATION Mr. Avinash Mayekar - MD, Suvin Advisor Pvt. Ltd.
Mr. Shivram Krishnan - Senior Textile Advisor
Mr. G. Bennergy - Management & Industrial Consultant
Mr. Uttam Jain, Director - PDEXCIL
Mr. Jaykrishna Pathak - Pres