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Embroidery is one of the highest-quality possibilities of textile refinements.



Indian embroidery stitches up into a more organised sector

Indian embroidery has gained a new horizon
Embroidery is one of the oldest and most accepted styles of surface ornamentation of fabrics and garments, and India is among the leading producer of embroidered fabrics and garments worldwide.
Be it Chickankari from Lucknow or Phulkari from Punjab or Ari or Kutchi embroidery from Kutch, each is being valued and have their own consumer. Indian embroidery has gained a new horizon and has created a niche for itself in the world market. Their exclusive style and stitches imitates the ethos and culture of their region

The increasing demand of embroidered wear as ethnic wear in youths

Today, in India embroidered Salwar-kameez, Lehnga-cholis and Sarees, Sherwani, Kurta-pyjama with stole, Churidar, in various traditional designs are popular and demanded as ‘Ethnic Wear’ or ‘Heritage Wear’. Jeans and jackets with embroidered pockets and in various designs in front or backside are very much demanded; even embroidered neckties and t-shirts are also very much demanded as a latest trend. Even these traditional Indian wears or ethnic wears are being more popular in Western countries too.

Surat, Ahmedabad, Kutch and Mumbai are the major embroidery centers in the country, and Bareilly, Muradabad, etc are well known for their beadwork. Surat is holding a strong position in this segment.

In recent time, some large players have taken interest in to enter in the sector after realizing the huge potential and to fill up this gap and have been making efforts for getting more organized. Nearly 3,500 multi-head computerized embroidery machines are being set up in Surat: nearly 1,500 such machines are setting up in Mumbai, and a similar number each in Tirupur, Bangalore, Coimbatore, Ludhiana. All these units will need best quality embroidery yarns.

With capacity of 5 billion stitches per annum, Pioneer Industries is the biggest in Asia for crochet laces and schiflli embroidered fabrics.


Surat: in the race of becoming a hub of the embroidery

Textile industrialists of Surat city of Gujarat foresee a huge potential for clothes embellished with chic embroidery work, in both in the foreign and Indian market. In Surat, by many textile industrialists more than 3,500 latest embroidery machines have been established in the last one year to satisfy the growing demand of embroidered clothes in the country and abroad. Many textile industrialists of Surat aim to make Surat as the hub of the embroidery industry with these embroidery machines having an inbuilt capacity of manufacturing multiple designs.

These machines were imported from the countries like China, Korea and Germany, the costs of each machines range between Rs 10 lakh to Rs 2 crore. These machines are operated with computerized system.  In Surat, at present the 3,500 odd-embroidery machines are producing more than one lakh meters of cloth per day and it is estimated to increase three-fold in the next two years.

The demand for Schiffli embroidery is going to stay…

India is known for producing finest value-added garments using various value-addition technologies. Schiffli embroidery is one such value addition that has kept its space secured amidst constantly changing fashion trends and manufacturing practices. Various companies have always stepped up their expertise in exquisite work on lace through Schiffli embroidery. High value-added garments has more than 1,000 Schiffli embroidery machines and the number is now again growing due to the increasing demand for Schiffli. 

Schiffli embroidery stands tall even as current market dynamics are changing rapidly…

The overall growing apparel demand in the Western countries and the government support in terms of recent policy executions are two main reasons that buyers are trusting India for their sourcing needs and Schiffli is sharing a good chunk in this.

“Products like ladies’ dresses, tops, gauze blouses, midi skirts, maxi, lingerie and gents kurta see good use of Schiffli embroidery. And the demand for these products is coming from Middle East Countries, US, EU and Africa. Leading brands to stores, boutique buyers, all are importing Schiffli-based garments.

A multi head machine is an investment and also an instant upgrade for your business.

A multi head machine offers between 2-12 multiple heads. With each head, you can have up to 15 needles. With each one being able to hold a different colour.

So, if you need to embroider a design with more than one colour onto several items at any one time, such as a bulk job of hats, you can do so with a multi head machine with ease and speeds of up to 1100 r.p.m, all without having to stop.

With a multi head machine the opportunity is for you to be able to do more with less input from you. Once your fabric is hooped and fixed into place and your design is digitally merged this enables you to choose your thread colours.

What you don’t have to worry about with these machines, are things like fashion garments with pockets requiring embroidery. You can have the hoop variation sizes and frames with a multi head that means you don’t need the added time and pressure of detaching pockets and reattaching once a design is complete. 

If you’re looking to increase volumes and want to gain those bigger production jobs, then you need to choose a machine that can match your customer demand.



Embroidery Machinery Market Outlook

The global embroidery machinery market is projected to rise at a steady CAGR of around 5% from 2021 to 2031, crossing a market valuation of US$ 2.4 Bn by 2031-end.

Computerized embroidery machines will rule the roost with more than 85% share in overall sales. Embroidery machinery, due to its high strength, durability, and storage, finds comprehensive use in the commercial industry.

Latest research report , offers profound insights on key factors expected to fuel demand for embroidery machinery over the coming years. The report tracks sales of embroidery machines in 20+ high-growth markets.


Key Challenges Faced by Embroidery Machinery Manufacturers

All-equipped technology embroidery machinery comes at a high price. This is due to high ownership and maintenance cost of the machinery. Embroidery machines come loaded with plenty of hardware and software technology to meet the demand of domestic as well as industrial use. These mechanical components and software need regular maintenance checks for ensuring smooth functioning, especially industrial embroidery machines.

In the face of the “chain reaction” caused by the global financial crisis, such as the security of capital chain, market development and service, vicious competition and other challenges, how should the domestic embroidery machine enterprises deal with the crisis, grasp the market opportunities and realize scientific development

  • Capital security
  • Overseas market development and after sales service
  • Market orientation of “post India era” products
  • Malicious competition of counterfeit products



What is the need for an ERP Software in the Embroidery Industry ?

Embroidery industry  is one of the trickiest industries for the simple reason that it is governed by seasonality, fluctuating demands, and high operational costs. Moreover, this industry is marred by the ever-increasing competition, which instigates the need for efficient management and achieving economies of scale at the earliest. It is for this reason that an efficient ERP tool that helps streamline manufacturing processes while enhancing operational efficiency is a must. At HNS Consultancy, our team of ERP experts understand this need and have therefore developed a solution that enables –

  • Integration of Production Processes
  • Optimisation of Operational Costs
  • Inventory Management
  • Purchase and Sales Management
  • Financial Management
  • Plant Maintenance


What are the benefits of installing an ERP system in your Embroidery Business 

Embroidery industry is not just confined to manufacturing, stocking it in the inventory and distribution. Channel management and sales generation, inventory management Quality management and control also plays cardinal role in the business.  What if we tell you that all these crucial process can be automated with the help of an ERP system?

The Industry usually faces problems in tracking down their inventory, material requirement planning, and material production schedules.  A customized and complete ERP solution provides a single interface for various modules like manufacturing, sales, purchase, stock, accounting, distribution and other assets.

Using ERP system in textile industry enables the business to:
  • Enhanced Business Reporting:
    Better reporting tools with real-time information
    A single source of truth – one integrated database for all business process
  • Better customer service:
    Better access to customer information
    Faster response times
    Improved on-time delivery
    Improved order accuracy
  • Improved Inventory Costs:
    Only carry as much inventory as needed, avoid these common issues
    Too much inventory, and higher overhead costs
    Too little inventory, and longer customer fulfillment times
  • Boosted Cash Flow:
    Better invoicing and better collections tools to bring cash in faster
    Faster cash means more cash on-hand for the business.

ERP software systems are playing an efficient role in the embrodiery industry. They present companies with a clear advantage over other competitive businesses. An ideal ERP solution will deliver higher ROI within the business. Moreover, the solutions will transform the basic requirements for retail businesses by seamlessly integrating with the merchandise.

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