DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “The Textile Industry in South Africa report that is 2020 been put into ResearchAndMarkets.com’s providing.
This report examines the south textile that is african, from the manufacture and distribution of basic textiles, yarns, and fabrics, to the large retail market for finished textile products like towels and linen. It includes information that is comprehensive their state and size of this sector, need, product sales trade and work data, sector styles, business actions and major developments.
You will find pages of 23 businesses including manufacturers such as for instance Standerton Mills and Aranda Textile Mills, Associate Spinners and the Hope that is good Textile (Da Gama).
The Textile Industry:
Retail trade product sales of textiles have actually proceeded to grow even though country’s protracted have trouble with low growth that is economic falling incomes, recently exacerbated by the coronavirus outbreak and national lockdown, have restrained consumer spending. In the manufacturing sector, production and employment have stagnated and many producers are uncompetitive relative to the cheap imports that are asian. The sector continues to be mostly struggling to take on imports or even to create growth that is sustainable. Nevertheless, there have been some important successes that are recent like the revitalisation of this cotton sub-sector.
Because of the labour-intensive nature, textiles and attire have for ages been identified as a priority that is strategic South Africa’s industrial policy and support programmes. The industry master plan, released at the end of 2019, aims to buoy textile that is local by working closely with stores to fight the high degrees of unlawful imports, and incentivise brand new investment into domestic production ability.
The performance of this textile industry is blended for several years, despite federal government help programmes and help import that is including, neighborhood procurement thresholds, subsidies, funds, and direct money of manufacturers through the clothes and textiles competition programme.
The pandemic and worldwide financial lockdowns experienced an effect that is immediate textile production, sales, and trade. There has been a expansion that is significant e-commerce and online shopping due to the lockdown. Clothing is a significant and product that is rapidly-growing for e-commerce, but textiles are a rather niche online section.
Key Topics Covered:
2. Description of this Industry
2.1. Business Value Chain
2.2. Geographic Position
3. Size for the Industry
4. State of this Industry
4.1.2. Corporate Actions
4.1.4. Enterprise Developing and Personal Economic Developing
5. Influencing Facets
5.2. Financial Environment
5.3. Increasing Input Expenses
5.4. Tech, analysis and Development (R&D) and Innovation
5.5. National Incentives and Support
5.6. Ecological Issues
6.1. Obstacles to Entry
7. SWOT Analysis
9. Industry Associations
- Overview of Notable Players
- Textile Demand for Key Products by Market and Customer, 2015
- Textile Purchasers, Agents, Importers, and Wholesalers
- Company Pages
- Ahlesa Blankets (Pty) Ltd
- Aranda Textile Mills (Pty) Ltd
- Associated Spinners (Pty) Ltd
- Beier Envirotec (Pty) Ltd
- Desleemattex (Pty) Ltd
- Gelvenor Consolidated Fabrics (Pty) Ltd
- Glodina Towelling (Pty) Ltd
- Good Hope Textile Corporation (Pty) Ltd (The)
- Home of Hemp (Pty) Ltd
- Incorporated Polypropylene Products (Pty) Ltd
- Ivili Loboya (Pty) Ltd
- Ninian and Lester (Pty) Ltd
- Old Nick Fabrics (Pty) Ltd
- Prilla 2000 (Pty) Ltd
- Site Link Coatings (Pty) Ltd
- Rotex Fabrics (Pty) Ltd
- Samil Normal Fibres (Pty) Ltd
- Sesli Textiles (Pty) Ltd
- South African Polypropylene Yarns (Pty) Ltd
- Standerton Mills (Pty) Ltd
- Stucken and Business (Pty) Ltd
- Svenmill (Pty) Ltd
- Yarntex (Pty) Ltd
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