Overall growth trend in production capacity and output
The standards for textile materials, finished products, and clothing have formed a system and scale. As of the end of 2002, there were a total of 885 textile and clothing standards (excluding fiber raw material standards), including 383 national standards and 502 textile industry standards, forming a textile standard system with product standards as the main body and supporting basic standards, including four categories: terminology symbol standards, test method standards, material standards, and product standards, involving fiber, yarn, filament, fabric, textile products, and clothing, It basically meets the production and trade needs of textiles and clothing in terms of quantity and coverage.
The adoption rate of textile standards is ranked among the top, and the basic standards are in line with international standards. According to statistics from relevant national departments, the adoption rate of international standards is approximately 44% on average in China, while the adoption rate of textiles is 80%. There are over 280 standards related to textiles and clothing in ISO. The textile industry has conducted research on these international standards and has adopted them to varying degrees or included them in the annual adoption plan. In addition to adopting international standards, advanced foreign standards such as American standards, British standards, German standards, and Japanese standards have also been adopted to varying degrees. Especially the basic and universal terminology standards and method standards have basically adopted international standards and advanced foreign standards, making the formulated national standards reach the level of international standards or equivalent.