Information   Profile @ a Glance  

  • Jute is a natural cellulosic bast fibre. 
  • Due to its good spinable characteristics, it is a good textile fiber. 
  • It is well known as a golden fiber and earn highest foreign currency from this crop.
  • Jute grows abundantly in Bangladesh having best quality incomparison with India.
  • Jute a bast fibre means the fibre known as pat, kosta, nalita, bimli or mesta.
  • Jute requires humid climate with temperature fluctuating between 24 degree Celsius and 38 degree Celsius, the optimum being around 34 degree Celsius. 
  • Minimum rainfall required for jutecultivation is 1000 mm.
  • Jute can be defined as an eco-friendly natural fiber with versatile application.
  • Prospects ranging from low value geo-textiles to high value carpet, apparel, composites, decorative, upholstery furnishings, fancy non-woven for new products, decorative color boards etc. 
  • The traditional excellence of Indian craftsmen & artisans is reflected in a wide range of jute handicrafts of utility, decoration and novelty.
  •  In coming decades, a number ofjute mills and mini-jute plants will be seen engaged in a big way in production of jute and jute blended yarns, specially of finer accounts, through various routes of yarn manufacturing.
  • Today, jute can be defined as an eco-friendly natural fiber with versatile application. 
  • Jute with its unique versatility, rightfully deserves to be branded as the "fiber for the future".
  • Corchorus Capsularis
  • Jute Overview
  • Crop Data
  • Jute and Kenaf
  • Mechanical Property of Jute Ply Yarns
  • Jute to Burlap - History, Uses
  • Jute Video File
  • Environmental Factors
  • Use of Natural Fibres
  • Cultivation
  • about Jute  
  • Plantation & Processing
  • Cultivation - Ganges Delta
  • Plant Regeneration

Products & Applications

  • Food Grade Jute Bags
  • Jute Products and Mills
  • Jute Based Composite
  • Jute Bags for Coffee Storage
  • Jute in Resin Transfer Molding
  • RBO Technology for Jute Bags
  • Potentials for Jute Based Composites
Jute Quality & Trade
  • Jute Statistics
  • Short term outlook of Jute
  • Trade and Development
  • Golden Fibre Trade Centre
  • Jute Grades
  • Jute Statistics- India
  • Jute Grading & Marking Rules
  • Implications on Jute Production
  • Fibres Consultation
  • Comparative Study - Quality Control
  • Material Quality in Jute Fibre
Industry Profile
  • Jute Industry - Statistical Overview
  • Jute Sector
  • Biofibre Industry - Application
  • Jute Mills in India
  • Indian Jute Industry
  • Jute Industry - Prospects & Challenges
Jute Manufacturing & Processing
  • Jute to Other Products
  • Jute Manufacturing -  Flow Chart
  • Jute Manufacturing Technology
  • Jute Processing in Mills
  • Jute Weaving, Dumping & Calendaring
  • Processing and Marketing
  • Jute Drawing and Doubling
  • Interface Modification
  • Injection Molding
  • Jute Retting Video File
  • Retting of Jute Ribbon
  • Enzymatic Polishing
  • Steam Stabilization


  • Productivity Improvement Report
  • Study of Noise & Hearing
  • Environmental Factors
  • Research in Jute Related Fields
  • Commodity Futures
  • Jute - Annual Report 01-02
  • Jute - Annual Report 02-03
  • Jute - Annual Report 03-04
  • Jute - Annual Report 04-05
  • Jute Market Report
Govt. Support
  • Project finance - Corporate Loans
  • Govt. Support
  • Jute Corporation of India
  • National Jute Policy
  • Tech. Upgrade Fund Scheme

Market Status

  • Jute Bags - Exports
  • Worldwide Production
  • Jute Products Manufacturers & Exporters
  • Export Potential of Indian Jute
  • Jute Sacks Market
  • Jute Goods Market Price
  • Food Grade Jute Products Suppliers
  • Jute Processing Machineries, Suppliers