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Textile Exports Rise 40% in Jiangsu
Written by Global Sales Team
Monday, 8 August 2011, 08:30
Chinese textile exports for yarns, fabrics, garments and accessories of woven interlining, non-woven interlining and fusible interlining in Jiangsu were doing a good business in the first quarter of 2011. $910 million worth of textile products were sold to the global market, which is an increase of 38.2 percent year-on year, according to a local customs house.
"This is really a brilliant business" Sam Lee said, a senior officer from Interlining Source Limited.
Jiangsu is a province lying in the east part of China, which is a strong province for textile exports, including garment accessories such as woven interlining, non-woven interlining and fusible interlining.
"The top markets for the textile export in the first quarters are US, Japan and EU." Sam said. "These markets contribute the majority part of the textile exports."
The regions of US, EU and Japan are also popular with the Chinese suppliers for textile products such as woven interlining, non-woven interlining and fusible interlining. "Chinese textile exporters love these markets because they can earn higher profits from these regions." Vincent Park said, a senior manager from Interlining Source. "Textile exporters go to great lengths to promote their products in these regions."
"However, these markets require products with high quality" Sam said. "Better profit opportunities come along with higher requirements."
In the first quarter of this year, $100 million worth of textile products such as woven interlining, non-woven interlining and fusible interlining was exported to the US market, which is 3.2 percent up compared with the same period of last year; $150 million is sold to EU and is up 36.2 percent year-on-year; 100 million is shipped to Japan and is 36.2 percent compared with last year.
According to Sam, the figures showed that manufacturers of woven interlining, non-woven interlining and fusible interlining have their own competitive advantages over those in other regions of China. "Here we have a good manufacturing environment, and the government also supports our business, there are many rules and positive policies that help us build our core competence" Sam said.
The labor market is also much better than that in the Pearl River Delta, Vincent pointed out.
Despite the good textile exports to the three markets, local textile manufacturers are facing fierce competition from the foreign companies. Form January to April, $460 million worth of textile exports were sold by foreign-funded companies, which accounts for 50.5 percent of the total exporting values, and it is an increase of 40.7 percent compared with the same period of last year.
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Last Updated on Monday, 8 August 2011,, 22:45