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ADD removal on PTA respite to man-made textiles: Ind-Ra

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Feb '20
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The withdrawal of anti-dumping duty (ADD) on purified terephthalic acid (PTA) would further improve the affordability of man-made textiles, giving it an advantage over cotton, according to India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra), which believes the PTA spread of ₹7-8 per kg (import landed price over domestic) will reduce over the near term, with landed PTA being cheaper by ₹4-6 per kg.

This would lead to the prices of finished products falling by ₹3-5 per kg, which would give a boost to demand. In addition, the removal of the duty would lead to higher imports, thereby reducing supplier concentration and improving the bargaining power of downstream producers, Ind-Ra said in a press release.

Consequently, there would be an improvement in the profitability and credit metrics of sector companies.

However, the abolition of ADD would adversely impact the profitability of PTA players. There are only four suppliers of PTA in India: Reliance Industries Limited, MCPI Private Limited, Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) and JBF Industries Limited.

India had imposed ADD of $85-160 per tonne in 2014, and had extended the same in 2016. However, despite ADD being in place, the country witnessed imports of 0.5 million tonnes annually during FY16-FY19 to support domestic consumption, with the landed cost being 10-15 per cent higher than domestic prices, from countries like Thailand, South Korea, China and Taiwan.

During February 2020, PTA prices fell by 10 per cent on account of a fall in crude prices, resulting from a decline in demand for the same. Prices are likely to fall further in fiscal 2020-21.

PTA, along with mono ethylene glycol (MEG), accounts for 70-80 per cent of the total raw material cost involved in for the manufacturing of chips and granules in the man-made fibre (MMF) sector. In fiscal 2018-19, India had a PTA production capacity of around 7 million tonnes, of which RIL accounted for 5 million tonnes (including 0.6 million tonnes in Malaysia).

Players in the industry typically operate at 75-80 per cent capacity. RIL has captive consumption of around 60 per cent of its total PTA production for downstream products of polyester-oriented yarn (POY) and polyester staple fibre (PSF). The balance is sold in the market.
Between fiscals 2010-11 and 2018-19, domestic PTA sales were fairly stable at around 3.4 million tonnes, with no major capacity expansion.

The agency believes that the removal of ADD will exert pressure on the realisations of domestic PTA manufacturers and lead to increased imports from countries like China. However, the coronavirus outbreak in China would remain a key factor, as that same has led to uncertainties regarding supply in the short term. China has a PTA production capacity of 45 million tonnes, of which 35 million tonnes is consumed locally, and the remaining is exported.

While there would be a one-time inventory loss with downward correction in inventory, the removal of the duty would lead to the easing of working capital requirements for MMF players. The benefits would cascade to the entire MMF value chain, including technical textiles, home textiles, dress materials, sarees and other sportswear industry.

The agency expects recycled PSF (RPSF) manufacturers to witness margin pressures in the near term, as virgin PSF manufacturers are likely to partially pass on the decrease in input costs post the removed of ADD on PTA. However, RPSF producers have decent bargaining power with their suppliers, and might be able to negotiate reduced prices for PET waste with a lag of about two-to-three months.

While the removal of the ADD is credit positive for the man-made textiles sub-sector, the overall textile sector, which has witnessed a slowdown in demand over the past two years, might continue to record weak demand growth owing to negative consumer sentiments.

Considering the threat of cheap imports, dwindling export incentives, and subdued exports demand, Ind-Ra has revised the textile sector’s outlook for 2020-21 to negative from stable.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (DS)


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