Geotextiles - Sector Presentation

Report
Ministry of Textiles
Government of India
Geotextiles
Sector Presentation
(2013)
Contents
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Geotextiles in India – An Introduction
Incentives offered under TMTT
Centre of Excellence for Geotextiles
Standardisation in Geotextiles
Key Players in the Industry
Key Contact Points
1. Geotextiles in India – An Introduction
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Geosynthetics are planar products manufactured from polymeric or natural materials used with soil,
rock, or other geotechnical-related material as part of a project or system.
Product Categories
Geotextiles
Continuous
sheets of
woven,
nonwoven,
knitted or stitchbonded fibres or
yarns. The
sheets are
flexible and
permeable and
generally have
the appearance
of a fabric.
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Geogrids
Plastic
filaments and
tapes etc.
formed into a
very open, grid
like
configuration
having larger
apertures.
Geonets
Extruded
polymer ribs
set in net like
fashion with
small
apertures.
Geosyntheitcs in India
Geomembranes
Continuous
sheets of
impermeable
plastic and are
not textiles.
Impermeable
fabric acts as a
barrier.
Geocomposit
es
Products
manufactured
using a
combination
of two or
more
geosynthetics
Geocells
Relatively
thick, threedimensional
networks
made of
strips of
polymeric
sheet. The
strips are
joined
together to
form conjoint
cells.
Others
• Geomats
• Geo-clayliners
• Geofoam
• Geobags
• Geotubes
• Geopipes
• Erosion Control
Blankets(ECB)
• Turf
Reinforcement
Mats(TRM)
Domestic Geosynthetics Consumption Estimation (Wazir Analysis)
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Geosynthetics Breakup
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Supply Chain Overview
Indian
Manufacturers
Contractor
Infrastructure
Authorities/
Developers
International
Manufacturers
SubContractor
Sales
Representative
or Importer
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Key Players
Indian
manufacturers /
suppliers
Major Contractors
Infrastructure
related authorities
and bodies
International
Suppliers in India
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Strata Geosystems
Maccaferri India
Terram
Skaps
Techfab India
Garware Wall Ropes
Kusumgar
Shri Ambica Polymer
Shri Jagdamba
Polymers
Supreme Nonwoven
Charminar
Nonwoven
Neo Corp
International
Pacific Harish
Industries
Climax Synthetics
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L&T
DLF
Gammon
Infrastructure
Projects Ltd.
Reliance
Infrastructure
Hindustan
Construction
Company
Afcons Infrastructure
Ltd.
Simplex
Infrastructure
Era Infra
Unitech
Punj Lloyd
Nagarjuna
Construction
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National Highway
Authority of India
Border Road
Organization
Ministry of Road
Transport and
Highways
Central Public
Works Department
Ministry of
Development of
North Eastern
Region
Ministry of
Railways
Airport Authority of
India
Central Road
Research Institute
GSE
NAUE
Solmax
TenCate
Propex
Bonar TF
Geotextiles Suppliers in India
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Major Suppliers in India
Company
Turnover (Rs. Crores)
~35-40
~70-75
~20-30
~30
~100
Strata Geosystems
Techfab India
Skaps^
Maccaferri*
Garware Wall Ropes *
Tencate*
Total
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~30
~300
Other Suppliers
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Pacific Harish Industries
Shri Ambica Polymers
Kusumgar
Neo Corp International
Supreme Nonwoven
Shri Jagdamba Polymers
Techno Fabrics
GSE*
NAUE*
Solmax*
Propex*
Bonar TF*
Terram^, etc.
Geosyntheitcs in India
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* Company is majorly importing its
supplies
^ Company is majorly exporting its
production
Growth Drivers
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Higher infrastructure expenditure
► Government has indicated a budget of ~Rs. 40,00,000 Crores for infrastructure
expenditure in the 12th five-year plan. With a high planned expenditure and
increasing awareness, the market of Geosynthetic products is expected to witness
a robust growth.
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Incremental granting in PPP Mode
► Incremental granting of the infrastructure projects in PPP mode will increase the
importance of sustainability of the project and thus, promote the usage of
geotextiles.
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Increased number of foreign manufacturers
► Increased number of foreign manufacturers of geotextiles are coming to India
gradually, thereby increasing the competition in the market and hence the quality
and prices of the products are becoming competitive.
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Growth Drivers
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Government initiatives
► Technology Mission on Technical Textiles(TMTT) established by Government of
India aims to create an environment to sensitize the technical textiles consumption
in India. The components of TMTT like creating awareness, identifying the
standards & regulations required and giving necessary technical and financial
support to the manufacturers and exporters will help in development of
Geosynthetics market in India.
► Government has also allocated a budget of Rs. 500 Crores for next five-year period
to support usage of geotextiles for usage in roads, river banks & slope
embankments in the North Eastern region of India.
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Catching up with international norms
► E.g.- Till date even the specifications of geosynthetics are not very well laid down
by any government authority. The “Specifications for Road & Bridge works” which is
the standard guide to be followed for road and highway projects has a relatively low
coverage of geosynthetics. However, the new revision which is expected to be
released by year end has covered geotextiles, geogrids, geocells and geomats in
detail in line with international standards and regulations. This will help increase the
visibilty and acceptance of geosynthetics among project designer and consultant
fraternity
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2. Incentives offered under TMTT
► Launched in December 2010, Technology Mission on Technical Textiles
encourages domestic & export market development of technical textiles including
industrial textiles.
► Business start-up assistance
 Handholding support to new entrepreneurs through empanelled consultants
 Empanelled consultant will help MSME in product selection, market selection,
technology selection & sourcing and preparation of project report
 Financial Assistance – 2% - 3% of the project cost with an upper ceiling at Rs.
5 lakhs – Rs. 6 lakhs
► Contract research assistance
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Encourages contract research in development of product, process and
technology in technical textiles including industrial textiles.
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Financial Assistance – 60% of the research cost upto Rs. 20 lakhs
► Market development assistance for export sales
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Encourages participation in exhibition, trade fairs, etc. in foreign countries
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Financial assistance – 50% of the cost upto Rs. 5 lakh per visit.
► For further details, please visit – http://technotex.gov.in/tmttsub.htm
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3. Centre of Excellence for Composites
► Ministry of Textile has sponsored a Centre of Excellence for Composites at
Ahmedabad Textile Industry Research Association (ATIRA), Ahmedabad
Development of
standards
Organizing
awareness seminars
and workshops
Providing
technical
consultancy
COEs role
and
objectives
Undertaking
research projects
National &
International
Accreditation
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Testing services
Acting as an
information
resource center
Conducting
training for the
industry
Providing
incubation
services
Development of
proto-types
4. Key Contact Points
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Office of Textile Commissioner
Email: [email protected]
Ph: 91-22-22001050
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Project Management and Monitoring Consultant (PMMC) to TMTT
Email: [email protected] or [email protected]
Ph: +91-9999987174 (Hemant) or +91-9769825350 (Vikas)
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Centre of Excellence in Geotextiles
Email: [email protected] , [email protected]
Phone : (022) 2500 3651/2652/2117/1119/1135/7891/7892/2458
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Indian Technical Textile Association
Email: [email protected]
Ph: 91-22-24945372 / 24949983
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Thank You
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