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Textile Sector of Pakistan

Textile Sector of Pakistan



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Textile Processing Sector has been operative virtually since the very inception of Pakistan in 1947. With the sudden upsurge of Textile industry in Pakistan duringthe fifth and sixth decades when quite a few Textile Spinning and CompositeUnits started picking up roots and Power Loom Units sprang up like mushroom inPakistan in the unorganized sector, in every nook and corner, whose number rose to about 0.3 million plus. As out of necessity, a proportionate number of Processing Units was required for dyeing, bleaching, printing, sunforising,finishing, packing and packaging of the raw-fabric which was being mass-produced by the unorganized Power Loom Sector. And this was the occasionwhen the entrepreneurs and pioneers of the Processing Sector rose to theoccasion and, remarkably enough, came out with flying colors. Despite their meager resources, they succeeded not only in making the country self-sufficientin dress andapparel, but also in providing quality fabrics to the International Export Marketwhile their quality was second to none.The Textile Processing is one of the most value-added and export-oriented sector of Textile Industries in Pakistan. 
All Pakistan Textile Processing MillsAssociation
was formally affiliated with the Federation of Pakistan
Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FPCCI). APTPMA with its Head Office inFaisalabad was registered with Ministry of Commerce on 5th July,1990 under Trade organization Ordinance. 1961, and started functioning fromJuly 1991. AllUnregistered organization established for similar purpose merged themselvesinto one Association and then the organization opened three regional / ZonalOffices namely Faisalabad, Karachi, Lahore/Gujranwala. The total number of itsregistered Member Units as on 20th September 2000 is 394. The principal objectin the association is to protect and promote the interest of all persons dealing of processing of textile products in Dyeing, Bleaching and Printing.

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