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Technicaltextile.net unveils diaper project report for Indian market
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Mar '11
With increase in GDP and purchasing power, the Indian market for diapers is expected to increase significantly.

According to a renowned diaper consultant, the world consumption of baby diapers will be approximately 15,000/sec by 2025. Since, India is the second largest country in terms of population, the potential for consumption of diapers in India is huge.

In order that Indian entrepreneurs may capitalize on this very lucrative market prospect, technicaltextile.net – a portal exclusively for the burgeoning technical textiles sector, has unveiled a project report on diaper manufacturing exclusively for the Indian market.

The world market of baby diaper is expected to touch US $27 billion by 2012. The current demand for baby diapers in India is approximately 100 million pieces / annum and is growing at a brisk 8-10% every year.

The project report on diapers manufacturing in India includes detailed costing & profitability analysis for new ventures in India for next 10 years.

The report begins with an analysis of worldwide demand for baby diapers; diaper & nonwovens demand in India; world top 10 diaper consuming markets; worldwide baby diaper machinery manufacturers list and comparison amongst European and Chinese diaper manufacturing technologies.

The project report also covers, land, building & construction cost, power costs, labour costs, and utility costs. It also provides an organizational chart; pre-operative expenses, total project and raw material costing and profitability statement for 10 years.

Technicaltextile.net has also included a comparison of project cost & profitability for different technologies (European and Chinese) and price comparison among three major Indian diaper brands to determine the competitive selling price of the diaper in the report.

All the data will be provided in a programmed excel sheet. One just needs to input variable prices to get the final profitability calculations.

In short, the diaper project report from technicaltextile.net is a one-stop solution for those Indian entrepreneurs wishing to encash the lucrative proposition of setting up a diaper manufacturing facility, without the hassles of appointing a project consultant and collecting relevant data from various sources.

Click here for more details.

About techncialtextile.net:
Technicaltextile.net is an initiative of Fibre2Fashion - the world's largest B2B platform for the global textile & apparel industry. Techncialtextile.net will present a global perspective of Technical Textiles - An emerging sector dominating future trends and technologies in global textiles.

The portal will deliver value added global business connections, facilitating the sourcing and marketing requirement, through knowledge based information. Techncialtextile.net also provides in-house projects on various aspects of technical textiles, zeroing on country specific projects, and report on start-up ventures as well as product specific projects developed through collaborative approach.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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