Category Archives: Pakistan Textile Industry

GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN WEARISOME TO TEARS DOWN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY

ISLAMABAD. Representatives of the gas transport company «Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Ltd. » (SNGPL) notified the textile mills to reduce the supply of gas for five months. Head of All Pakistan Textile Association of Enterprises Anis-ul-Haq has expressed concern about the decision: “Now is the time to the textile industry out of a three-year downturn. The demand for textile products is growing, and if we are not able to fulfill our current orders, we will lose international buyers. “ Monthly … Continue reading

PETITE ENORMITY OF COTTON SHODDILY CONCERNS OF PAKISTAN

Cotton and cotton-based products account for 61% of export earnings of Pakistan. Textiles are related to economic growth. The consumption of cotton increased by 5.7% over the past five years while the economic growth rate was 7%. Pakistan ranks third among Asian countries in terms of capacity spinning with over 10 million spindles and 200,000 rotors. Based on past expansion of the textile industry, the All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA) predicts that by 2010 the spinning capacity is expected … Continue reading

ALARMING SITUATION FOR THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY OF PAKISTAN

This key sector of the economy is already faltering in this country of 170 million people is dying because of the unfortunate combination of various factors, the most obvious competition, especially China, with production costs very low. Cotton production, once thriving in Pakistan, is devastated and producers, rather than providing countless local garment factories that fed until recently the most prestigious brands in the world, exporting massively, especially in China, where the raw material is sold more expensive. Companies that … Continue reading