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【PRINTING&DYEING IN CHINA!】The new printing and dyeing regulations will lead to the rise of textile and garment market.

DATE: Apr 24th, 2018
“Now there is no way. The fabric is too tight. Several orders have been pushed forward.” Ji’nan’s three yuan, the chairman of the Garment Co., Ltd. coke coke Ji recently really a little anxious. Many small and medium-sized printing and dyeing enterprises have shut down, which bring two difficulties to the downstream clothing, home textile and other enterprises: “rice” and the pot, and “rice price” is still rising.

Another news is that the Ministry of industry and Commerce recently amended two printing and dyeing industry regulation documents, and the two new printing and dyeing regulations were implemented since October 1, 2017. The regulations mainly focus on the term “environmental protection”, and have new requirements for the technology, equipment and management of the printing and dyeing industry. The higher environmental threshold will lead to the rising tide of textile and garment market.

Small printing and dyeing factories shutting down, clothing enterprises “wait for the rice pot”.
As the upstream supplier, the printing and dyeing enterprises buy the cloth and make the printing and dyeing according to the different needs, and then sell them to the garment production enterprises. Due to the pressure of environmental protection, printing and dyeing factories began to shut down in August, which means that the whole production chain suddenly had a chain.

A large number of printing and dyeing factories shut down and shut down. For some garment enterprises, it means “directly breaking the rations”. Jiao Chai said that its upstream suppliers were mainly concentrated in Shandong, Zhejiang and Guangdong provinces. In this round of environmental protection, some small printing and dyeing enterprises were eliminated because of the failure to meet the standard, which led to a sudden drop in the output of the fabric. Luckily, this part of the gap was transferred to a large supplier, and it would not be “no rice pot” for the time being.

However, raw materials prices continue to rise because of insufficient supply in the market. “Compared with the beginning of the year, the fabric price has increased by more than 10%, and some even reached 20%.” For garment enterprises, the extension of delivery time also brings great trouble.

The so-called “golden nine silver ten” is now the most frequently placed order. Jiao Chai told reporters that, as some small printing and dyeing factories have reduced or shut down, the clothing enterprises have to be forced to transfer orders, so that the large enterprises with complete environmental protection facilities are extremely hot. Due to the sharp increase in orders, the delivery time is longer than originally.

“In the past, hasten may be able to arrive in half a month, and now it may well not be able to wait for 30 days.” Jiao Ji Ji said that some orders were urgent, and the delivery period of raw materials was too long.

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“The double eleven is coming, and now it is being stocked up.” Like the clothing industry, the home textile industry is also facing a tight supply situation. As the first towel brand of the Internet, Ji’nan’s drizzle home textiles has recently been in the printing and dyeing mill. A person in charge told reporters that the goods that could be produced in the past few days would probably be the longest waiting for half a month.

Insiders said that this year, the printing and dyeing industry suffered the most serious “environmental governance”. In addition, the Ministry of industry and information has revised the two trade specification documents of the entry

conditions of printing and dyeing industry (2010 Revised Edition) and the temporary measures for the management of the admittance management of printing and dyeing enterprises, forming and Issuing the “standard conditions for the printing and dyeing industry (2017 Edition)” and the provisional measures for the management of the standard bulletin for printing and dyeing enterprises. The two new version of the document has been implemented since October 1, 2017.
“It is foreseeable that the small factories that do not meet the standard will continue to shut down, and the investment of large enterprises in environmental protection will increase continuously, with the increase of the price of printing and dyeing raw materials, and the cost pressure of the future home textile and clothing enterprises coming from the upstream will be more and more big.” The head of a home textile enterprise in Ji’nan said that the price of raw materials has risen by at least 5% since this year, and the price of the terminal market is only “slightly adjusted”.

“For new customers, we will quote the cost according to the new cost. But for many years, it is difficult for old customers to say that price rises are acceptable. Jiao Chai said, at least from the present point of view, the rise in price can only be “slowly negotiated”, as for the cost pressure, the enterprise only repeatedly reduced profits, bitten on the teeth.
Many industry manufacturers say that it is certain that breaking the goods in peak season is a foregone conclusion. Many printing and dyeing enterprises have eliminated backward production capacity and have reached the key to survival. The price rise of home textiles and clothing fabrics has just started. In the coming period, the price of downstream products will show a cost driven rise.