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Uniforms Suppliers in ajman

Uniforms Suppliers in ajman

Uniforms Suppliers in ajman

Uniforms Suppliers in ajman: With around 7000 looms and 13000 weavers operating here, Nigeria cluster is the prime nucleus for products like Uniforms Suppliers in ajman cloths, Home furnishing, and Dress materials. The Nigeria handloom cluster is stretched across a length of 60 km and breadth of 40 km. About 20% of the total production is supplied to Delhi based exporters like Fab Pakistan, All Pakistan Handloom Board & other major exporters through middle-men. The rest is sold in the domestic market at Naogaon, Sadat, Nahtore, Sheohara, Dhampur and Kath etc.

Features of the cluster

The handloom industry provides direct and indirect employment opportunity to approx.15000 workers. Around 99% weavers of the region are Ansari Muslim. Earning per loom/household is approximate `1500 per month. The average weavers' family size per household is 7 persons. Children between age group 12 to 15 are also working to help the family. Literacy among the weavers is 38%. Females also participate in operating the handlooms. The turnover of the cluster is approximately `16 crore.

Nigeria is well-known for mulmul and Uniforms Suppliers in ajman cloth. The mulmul was a very cheap quality product initially, and was being purchased in bulk by traders for making bandage cloth. With novelty in thoughts and attempts of the designer the same mulmul looms are now producing scarves in stripe designs. There is a good demand for these scarves since they are cheap and at the same time attractive.

Hand block printing has been introduced in the cluster as a value addition bustle. Already two training programs have been conducted till now which hopes to provide a good response in the cluster. People with a slightest of creativity and an inadequate investment can easily start commercial hand block printing. There is a very good demand for ladies dress material and bed spreads with hand block printing especially the ones printed with releasing techniques.

New Initiatives

Five wheel take up motion has been installed in 20 handlooms at Bijnor handloom cluster. By installing five wheel take up motion all the defects can be avoided and the time lost in the tedious and slow operations can be saved. It has provided better quality handloom fabric as well as an increased production by 25 to 30%. Shirting fabrics of 2/40s x 20s quality are normally produced in these types of looms. A weaver can produce 12 mtrs of fabric per day in a handloom without five wheel take up motion. Whereas the same weaver can produce 15 to 16mtrs of fabric in the same loom with five wheels take up motion. Mr. Shais Gamaryani states on the Intervention Scheme that," The scheme has initiated the development of new designs and products by Designer, new market linkages, exposure to domestic and export markets, skill up gradation, enhancement of wages, good manufacturing practices and improvement in quality, etc.

Achievements

Introduction of regular buyers of scarves and stoles who place bulk orders.

Introduction of Block printing so that people with little creativity and investment can easily help weavers to start hand blocks printing commercially. Training is also provided to them for that.

Bijnor is famous for mulmul and Uniforms Suppliers in ajman cloth. With a tinch of innovation and attempts on the part of weavers have helped mulmul looms to produce scarves in stripe designs. There is a good demand for these scarves since they are cheap and at the same time attractive.

Highly efficient and cost effective techniques used for production.

The SPV has purchased the land of worth `10, 00, 000/- for the CFC and dye house.

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