Indonesia has a decently developed textile industry and is one of the important countries in the South East Asia producing and exporting textiles and apparel. Indonesia’s garment and apparel sector is highly concentrated on the island of Java, particularly that of West Java and the island of Batam which is a free trade zone. The sector employs 1.3 million people as of 2011 making it one of the most important elements of the country’s manufacturing industry. Some 61% of manufactured garments are exported to international markets as various leading international apparel brands use Indonesia as a manufacturing base for their global exports. USA remains Indonesia’s largest market for garments and textiles accounting for 36% of total exports followed by the EU with 16% and Japan with 5%. The most popular export items from 2007-2011 were woven clothing, underwear and knitted or crocheted clothing which together made up nearly 60% of the total value of textile exports over the aforementioned period (Source: ASEAN Quality Textiles and Garments).
Denim : Indonesia is a country which always had a number of denim mills operating in the country. With a good combination of fabric mills and apparel production capabilities, the denim mills always enjoyed the attention of the world brands and retailers. Now with China getting more expensive, Indonesia is getting a boost in its apparel exports.
In this report we will have a look at some details of denim fabrics exported out of Indonesia to various buyers around the world. The report gives details on exports of denim fabrics from companies in Indonesia to buyers around the world for a period in 2013 including :
a) Details of buyers , their addresses, contacts , emails etc (whereever available).
b)Details of kind of denim fabric exported.
c)Their indicative prices.
d) And quantities.
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