Silk, a fabric known for its versatility, durability and elasticity is a remarkable stuff for quality usage. Quality is measured in terms of number of times its being used, seasons in which it works the most and people who prefer this stuff, generally elite classes as it an expensive material which everyone can not afford. Not just this, the inner built of the material too is really exclusive due to which it's being used since ancient times when other fabrics were still on the initial stages of discovery. None of them were so widely used than silk. It has the power and resistance for rot due to which Egyptians along with Chinese started using it in order to wrap dead bodies before their burial.
Silk is actually a kind of protein which is not a good conductor of heat, this might not matter to all but for people of Thailand is working as an insulator for electric codes and wires. Silk has a quilting liver which gives warmth and protects heat inside the body from dissipating.
India is full of different type's manufactures, importers and exporters. When it comes to different fabrics, silk exporters are there in much more quantity and also in different categories.
Silk exporters are benefited indirectly through the sericulture industry which employs more than 700,000 families of farmer in India which includes states like Karnataka, West Bengal and Assam.
Each silk exporter is dealing with some few varieties of silk specifically. In India, ERI, MUGA and TASAR are the most common ones which are being manufactured on an increased rate. Among the common silk material, the production of TASAR still has to bear some weaknesses. This is basically with reference to the outdoor rearing which provides insufficient performance. Same is the problem in ERI along with insufficient quantity of foliage. MUGA, the golden silk is the unique one from all. China is standing in competition with this silk and many silk exporters chain up with the country for better quality but have to suffer somehow as cheap quality is being beloved to India instead for the good one.
It is the task of every silk exporter to take care about the country's interest and provide better material for his country and his own efficient survival in world economy.
Silk exporters in India are producing for home country only. Exports or imports are secondary issues. Most of the consumption is within India itself. The demand of silk fabric is vivid in the market and is growing constantly around 10% every year. Silk fabric's International and governmental subsidies are rapidly expanding. Major consumption of India's silk is done by Germany and the chain is rising too where China and India are the largest producers of silk and other related material. And we are expecting much better result in near future with the introduction of new companies.
Whichever country it might be, silk is an exclusive fabric which attracts exporters and consumers from all around and is a useful material for all.