Carpet Export Promotion Council of India (CEPC) based in New Delhi, India, is established by the Government of India to promote the exports of hand-knotted or hand-made carpets and other floor coverings worldwide. They help in research and development, timely delivery of the products and quality assurance so as to promote the exports in each and every part of the world. This will enhance the capabilities of artisans, weavers and strength of entrepreneurs in existing markets. This also helps in identifying the potential markets for the product, taming government policies, providing assistance and guidance to brand building of hand-made carpets. They help you to participate and interact in trade fairs, exhibitions and road shows in establishing your market. The platform helps in promoting products and getting feedback on existing products.
Indian carpets are famous all over the world because of their beautiful designs, delicate elegance, striking colors and workmanship. Its Hand-knotted Woolen Carpets is the work of superb workmanship. India produces various qualities with precise designs; colors and varied sizes according to the need and requirement of international and national markets and it also offers customize carpets according to the need and demand of customers with timely delivery. This is an old art traditional art of manufacturing carpets that India has procured for years through generations since the medieval period.
Today, Indian Handmade Carpet market share is around 35% of the total world import of Handmade Carpets. They have taken a leap in textile exports with improved quality, infrastructure and technology.
A membership of more than 2500 members and 20 associations / weavers/ business associations /artisans they support the shared vision of multi Indian businesses and speaks on behalf of over 25000 business units. They participate in exhibitions, trade fairs, events at foreign shore and have do interactions with the State and Union governments. They facilitate Indian and International trade policies, social & environmental compliances, emerging trade issues, sustainable business practices and quality management.