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  • Textile Machinery

    in Catalonia June 2019

    Sector Snapshot

  • Textile Machinery in Catalonia | Sector Snapshot 2

    Textile Machinery in Catalonia: Sector Snapshot

    ACCIÓ

    Government of Catalonia

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    Note: The use of these trademarks is for informative purposes only. Trademarks mentioned in this document are the registered

    trademarks of the companies to which they belong and are not owned by ACCIÓ. This is a partial and illustrative representation

    of companies that form part of the SECTOR ecosystem in Catalonia; however, there may exist other companies that have not

    been included in the study.

    Elaborated by

    Catalonia Trade & Investment. Strategy and Competitive Intelligence Unit

    Barcelona, June 2019

  • Textile Machinery in Catalonia | Sector Snapshot 3

    The Textile

    Machinery Industry

    in Catalonia Textile

    machinery in

    Catalonia

    Talent and

    creativity

    Trends and

    challenges

    Internatio-

    nalization

    opportunities

    Innovation

    ecosystem

    Attracting

    FDI

  • Textile Machinery in Catalonia | Sector Snapshot 4

    The Textile Machinery Industry in Figures

    104 companies in Catalonia €221 million turnover 1,253 people employed

    Of the 10 leading companies in the

    Spanish textile machinery industry, seven are

    Catalan.

    Catalonia is the top region in

    Spain in terms of the number

    of companies producing textile

    machinery. It accounts for 54% of all companies.

    65% of companies are exporters 5.7% of companies have subsidiaries abroad

    99% of companies are SMEs

    Source: EIC (DGI-ACCIÓ), based on data from Orbis and AMEC

  • Textile Machinery in Catalonia | Sector Snapshot 5

    Production

    Design and production management

    S u p p li

    e rs

    o f

    ra w

    m a te

    ri a ls

    a n d t

    ri m

    s

    Tanned and finished leather goods Cutting

    and

    joiningSuppliers of synthetic materials

    Trim assembly

    Spinning Yarn treatment

    Yarns

    Flexing and twisting

    Finishing

    Weaving Fabric

    Mesh

    Weaving

    Non-woven fabrics

    Dyeing and finishing Preparation Printing

    Bleaching Washing

    Dyeing

    Apparel Cutting

    Assembly

    Stitching

    Pressing

    Finishing

    B ra

    n d

    s

    The Value Chain of the Textile Machinery Industry

    Technical and

    non-woven

    fabrics

    Textiles and

    fashion

    Home textiles

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    n d

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    tr ib

    u ti

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    c h

    a n

    n e

    ls

    Sales Clients

    Other public and private actors that form part of the business ecosystem:

    Universities, research centres, clusters, business associations, public administrations, importing companies, etc.

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    c h in

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    o r

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    in in

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    m a te

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    a n d

    fo r

    m a n u fa

    c tu

    ri n g

    Footwear

    Leather goods

    Jewellery

    Client company

    Automotive

    Hygiene and

    medicine

    Agriculture

    Packaging

    Chemicals

    Construction

    Costume

    jewellery

    Fibres

    Natural

    Artificial

    Synthetic

    Non-

    organic

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    X T

    IL E

    S F

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    T W

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    L L E

    R Y

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    L L E

    R Y

    Source: EIC (DGI-ACCIÓ), based on “The textile and fashion sector in

    Catalonia” report by the Department of Strategic Analysis, Directorate-

    General of Industry

  • Textile Machinery in Catalonia | Sector Snapshot 6

    Production

    Design and production management

    S u p

    p li

    e rs

    o f

    ra w

    m a

    te ri

    a ls

    a n d

    t ri

    m s

    Tanned and finished leather goods Cutting

    and

    joiningSuppliers of synthetic materials

    Trim assembly

    The Value Chain of the Textile Machinery Industry

    M a

    c h in

    e ry

    u s e d f

    o r

    o b ta

    in in

    g r

    a w

    m a te

    ri a ls

    a n d f

    o r

    m a n u fa

    c tu

    ri n g

    Fibres

    Natural

    Artificial

    Synthetic

    Non-

    organic

    T E

    X T

    IL E

    S F

    O O

    T W

    E A

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    A N

    D

    L E

    A T

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    L L E

    R Y

    A N

    D

    C O

    S T

    U M

    E

    J E

    W E

    L L E

    R Y

    Source: EIC (DGI-ACCIÓ)

    Spinning

    Dyeing and

    finishing

    Fabric Apparel

    Cross-sector

    activities

  • Textile Machinery in Catalonia | Sector Snapshot 7

    39

    13

    14

    11 8

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    3

    1

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    1

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    No. of companies By county (2019)

    Source: EIC (DGI-ACCIÓ), based on data from Orbis (CNAE 2894: Manufacture of Machinery for

    the Textile, Apparel and Leather Industries) and AMEC

    Vallès Occidental

    Vallès Oriental

    Maresme

    Bages

    Osona

    Other counties

    Leading Companies in the Industry

    Five counties are home to

    81% of companies

  • Textile Machinery in Catalonia | Sector Snapshot 8

    Source: ACCIÓ (DGI-ACCIÓ), based on data from Datacomex (CNAE 2894)

    Foreign Trade

    Exports and imports for the textile machinery industry millions of euros (2009-2018)

    o Catalonia’s exports of textile machinery accounted for 70% of Spanish exports in this sector for the 2009-2018 period.

    The corresponding figure for 2018 was 75%.

    o In 2018, Catalonia’s imports accounted for 50% of the Spanish total.

    o There was a positive balance of trade for the 2009-2018 period, while imports and exports both grew.

    Note: (*) provisional data for 2018.

    132.71

    154.08

    181.72 181.64 199.21

    214.9 231.35

    247.83 243.74 261.08

    66.22 78.23 81.3

    89.62 80.47

    101.26

    131.14

    160.47 158.01 169.39

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    50

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    Exports Imports

  • Textile Machinery in Catalonia | Sector Snapshot 9

    AMERICAS ASIA-

    PACIFIC EUROPE AFRICA

    Internationalization Opportunities

    TURKEYITALY

    Source: EIC (DGI-ACCIÓ), 2019 Global Map of Internationalization

    GUATEMALA /

    EL SALVADOR

    Machinery and intermediate

    products for the textile industry.

    The textile industry in Guatemala

    and El Salvador is looking for

    suppliers of raw materials,

    equipment and supplies for the

    textile and apparel sectors.

    INDIA

    India is weaving the future. It is one of the world’s leading producers

    of cotton, jute, polyester, silk and fibres. The availability of raw

    materials and low production costs make India the ideal location for

    garment manufacture.

    ETHIOPIA

    Ethiopia will become

    the world’s premier

    textile and leather

    workshop.

    Competitive labour

    costs, the availability of

    raw materials and low

    energy costs have

    made Ethiopia an

    attractive destination

    for investment by

    textile companies and

    the leather industry.

    Turkey needs industrial

    machinery. Catalan companies

    have the opportunity to supply

    machinery of all types, particularly

    for the textile, agricultural and

    packaging industries, as Turkish

    manufacturers are currently

    investing in replacing and

    improving their industrial

    machinery.

    BANGLADESH

    Tax benefits for yarn in

    Bangladesh. The Bangladeshi

    government is committed to

    developing the yarn sector as a

    complement to the substantial

    textile and apparel industry that

    is being established. The main

    objective is to open industrial

    plants, which will then require