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Digital printing market in upswing
Gherzi Consulting Engineers has identified four different fields of totally 37 indirect cost parameters, influencing the digital textile printing activities related to: sustainability, speed, flexibility and new business models.
GHCL registers 68% growth in PAT
GHCL India’s leading chemical and textiles company, announced its financial results for Q1FY20. Net Revenue for Q1FY20 is up by 16 per cent at Rs 879 crore as compared to Rs 757 crore in the corresponding quarter ended June 30, 2018.
Lifetime achievement award for Om Prakash
At the recently concluded MICE AFFAIRS International Conference & Awards Night on July 19, 2019 in New Delhi, Om Prakash, Director, InORBIT Tours, & ex-Chairman TraveI Agents Association of India (WR) was awarded the prestigious “Lifetime Achievement Award” for his significant contribution to trade and exhibition industry for over 40 years. He is the pioneer in India to start visits to international exhibitions all over the world since 1979.
India, a strategic market for Mimaki: Tobias Sternbeck
Mimaki is one of the leading manufacturers of inkjet printers and cutting systems in the world. The company offers a wide range of sublimation printers, ranging from entry-level printers to grand format printers for higher volume environments.
Zimmer’s COLARIS, a big success in India
ZIMMER Austria is an expert for printing on heavyweight textile substrates, covering anything from woven, nonwoven, velour, plush, terry, artificial fur, or other voluminous substrates such as carpet of different construction and pile weight range up to 3.000 g/m2 and more.
Dappr sensors for all industry needs
Manufactured in Coimbatore, Dappr Sensors are designed and engineered to suit versatile applications and challenging conditions while maintaining its performance through high accuracy. A Dhanalakshmi, Head – Projects at Dappr, says, “we are flexible to provide customised solutions f or our product to meet the demands of a wide range of industries.”