JAIPUR A PRO­GRES­SIVE CLUS­TER

COL­LEC­TIVELY DE­FY­ING THE TOUGH TIMES LAT­EST TECH­NOL­OGY ADOPTED TO AT­TAIN EX­CEL­LENCE IN EX­PORTS NEW AP­PAREL PARKS TO CRE­ATE JOBS AND OR­GAN­ISE SEC­TOR GEAR STANDS UNITED IN DIF­FI­CULT TIMES, HIGH­LIGHTS STRATE­GIES TO MOVE AHEAD

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With more than 400 units and an an­nual turnover of around Rs 5000 cr (in­clud­ing both ex­port and do­mes­tic gar­ment man­u­fac­tur­ing), Jaipur has come a long way by any def­i­ni­tion. Jaipur, the cap­i­tal of Ra­jasthan, founded by Ma­haraja Sawai Jai Singh II on Novem­ber 18,

1727 is no longer a clus­ter for get­ting print­ing and dye­ing work; in fact, it has al­ready at­tained the sta­tus of an in­ter­na­tional man­u­fac­tur­ing clus­ter sup­ply­ing to hun­dreds of brands, both in­ter­na­tional and na­tional.

There is a huge de­mand for In­dian tex­tiles in the for­eign mar­ket and Jaipur has been serv­ing the need of ready­made gar­ments like a ‘Boss’ from a long time now. Avail­abil­ity of raw ma­te­ri­als is abun­dant and skilled work­man­ship has con­trib­uted the most to the suc­cess of this in­dus­try. This has put Jaipur in the lime­light and in­vestors are see­ing it as a lu­cra­tive op­tion for in­vest­ment.

Over the years, in­ter­na­tional buy­ers like Zara, Mango, Macy’s, Car­refour, New Look, Miss Sel­f­ridges and K-mart, among oth­ers, have started sourc­ing from Jaipur. While Ja­pan still re­mains the most im­por­tant buyer for most of the play­ers, many new buy­ers have from places like Aus­tralia, New Zea­land, Rus­sia and the Mid­dle East mar­kets have started ap­proach­ing man­u­fac­tur­ers in Jaipur, tac­itly recog­nis­ing their strengths in giv­ing the best and in­no­va­tive prod­uct range, es­pe­cially hand work. Ma­jorly known as a pro­ducer of printed, dyed fab­ric and tie & dye for fash­ion gar­ment in­dus­try and Ra­jasthani prints of Ba­gru and San­ganer, man­u­fac­tur­ers from Jaipur have achieved in­ter­na­tional recog­ni­tion.

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