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    By being sustainable in the textile industry it does not just advance the textile industry exclusively but also impact sectors such as: Food sourcing for restaurants, energy utilization and the listing goes on. Sustainability is frequently illustrated or referred to as the process of reducing, recycling and reusing. Hence the fact that the textile industry form part of the largest industry in the world, therefore sustainability is exceedingly important for making differences not only environmentally but economically and socially. The textile industry use environmental resources differently therefore resources has to be differently preserved and deliberately conserved. Reasons such as: Cost depletion due to sustainability in the textile industry, protection of the environment, eco-friendly practices, customer loyalty due to good sustainability practices; are all reasons why sustainability is so imperative and a huge factor to execute in the textile and supplementary sectors. Sustainability is therefore very essential because without sustainability the textile industry will have elevated expenses, lowered quantity of resources that can be used, quality resources get scarcer…

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    The Industrial Revolution brought advancements in the fields of technology, transportation of goods, science, agriculture, and production. The expansion in the industries of textile manufacturing, mining, glass making and agriculture generated significant changes in foreign trade and had introduced mass production in large-scale factories. The construction of facilities increased as technology evolved in rural areas because the demand for workers decreased which called for large quantities of…

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    The textile industry is one that affects everybody, every day of their life. Whether you realize it or not, the steps to make the clothes you wear, requires multiple steps and multiple countries just to produce one article of clothing. In recent years, the textile industry has had some major changes involving the employment and production of fabric due to globalization and the ability to easily collaborate with other countries. The transition of the production of textiles from local businesses…

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    Besides textile industry, industries born after the industrial revolution started from the Great Britain also changed Philadelphia. Paper, leather and textile industries were still very common. Meanwhile, heavy industries such as the coal and iron industry also emerged. The introduction of steam engine and railroad created a larger market coverage for Philadelphia’s manufacturing industries and help businessman sell their goods farther away. After World War II, specially 1970’s, the United…

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    CHALLENGES FACED BY TEXTILE INDUSTRY IN INDIA: The challenges or problems faced by different textile industries in India are: 1) Cotton industry: a) Cotton production in India is uncertain. It fluctuates depending on weather conditions. This makes the raw material supply irregular. b) Cotton produced in India is not of fine quality. For fine fabrics, we need to import cotton from other countries. c) Textile industries in our country are suffering from inadequate power supply. d) Indian…

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    Axil Textile Case Study

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    Axil Textile Company Background Axil Textile Company is an international organization that is involved in the textile production and exporting in different international markets. It is located in at the Texas United States where the main branch is found and having other branches in European countries and Africa. The Axil Textile Company has five branches in different countries targeting Europe and Africa and looking forward to having more branches. Currently, it has over 120 employees. According…

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    CONTRIBUTIONS OF TEXTILE INDUSTRY: Since independence Textile Company has grown despite of its ill effected policy and neglected concerns it become the backbone of the economy of Pakistan. Textile industry has contributed in economy as well as society of the country. Some of the contributions are: ECONOMIC CONTRIBUTIONS: Any development in the country doesnot affect particular sector only but it does change the pathways of other sectors as well. Increase in national income: Development in…

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    well. The main and primary industry at the time of industrial revolution was of textile. Textile industry gave more value of output, terms of employment and capital invested. It was the first industry to use modern way of production. Industrial revolution is said to be the main…

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    cost factors have seen an enormous increase in their use in the global textile industry. Fibres consumption (and consumption of related goods) has been growing at an astonishing rate. Consumption per capita of fibres has been growing steadily passing from 3.7 kilos in 1950 to 9 kilos in 2002. The growth of manmade fibres in the textile industry has been phenomenal. Production of artificial fibres outnumbers natural fibres since the beginning of the 1990s. In 2002, natural fibres production was…

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    to “Going Global: The Textile and Apparel Industry” by Grace Kunz and Myrna Garner (2011) , “China, the country with the greatest population in the world, is now the largest trading nation in the world, followed by the United States, Japan, and Germany” (p.339). China has a labor force of 812 million people with an unemployment rate of 4.3% and the total poluation for China is around 1.3 billion people (Kunz & Garner, 2011, p. 344-345). In 2008, China’s textile exports equaled over 65 million…

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