US Ban on China Cotton Hurting India's Yarn Spinning Industry
When looked at historically, India has always been a big player in the global textiles market. With only China as India’s biggest competitor, the nation has enjoyed a dominant position in the market. But over the year 2022, when it comes to synthetic fibres and especially yarn production, India has observed a significant decline in sales and production.
To trace the state of the yarn spinning industry in India today, we need to understand its situation in the previous year. It began late last year when the United States of America President Joe Biden signed a law that banned the import of cotton products from China, particularly the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. The X
The history of the Indian Yarn industry has been quite fascinating. The Indian
textile industry has been well-known to the world since very ancient times. The
traditional textile industry of India went to ruins during the colonial regime and
currently, the textile industry of India has been the pride of our country ever since.
The Textile Industry began its journey in India in the early 19th century. Since its
inception, the industry has seen significant trends across areas like quality,
diversification, profitability, growth etc.
The one aspect in which the Indian Textile industry is still considered obsolete is
technology. There have surely been some groundbreaking trends in terms of
technology too. For example, the Yarn industry is seeing constant technical
growth in Yarn production. The manufacturers have now become more
consumer-oriented and are giving
India is known for its rich heritage of weaving. India holds a rank in global
yarn production. The Yarn produced in India is praised and demanded
globally. Yarn is the ingredient that gives us different types of fabric to wear.
In textile production, Yarns are the fibers twisted together to create a fine
cord, apt for use in most of the processes for the production of textiles. It is
used in a variety of processes to produce textiles. There are several types of
Yarn varied according to their thicknesses, shapes, source, and their use.
There are two main categories in which Yarn is divided which are then
subdivided into several other categories.
Spun or Staple Yarn
A type of yarn made by spinning spindles at very high speeds to twist the
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Since the beginning of the civilized-human era, Yarn has been of great
significance. Yarn provided civilization with the clothes to wear which has
been one of the few things that have survived the passage of time over
centuries and centuries.
The Indian Yarn industry has been one of the oldest Yarn industries in the
world. India’s Yarn history goes as far back as 1500 B.C. From then to now,
our nation’s Yarn market and Industry have come a long way. India’s Yarn
era is divided into two types of Yarn industry: the Traditional Yarn/Textile
Industry and the Modern Yarn Industry.
The first Indian textile mill was established in 1818, marking the beginning
of the modern yarn industry in India. Today, it’s been more than 200 years
since the inception of the Modern Yarn Industry in India, and in these two
hundred years, the Yarn Industry has wit