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CROCOdoff, the new-gen clamping crown
Novibra, which in conjunction with the sister companies, Bräcker, Suessen and Graf, is securely embedded in the network of total solution and application expertise in yarn processing, offers CROCOdoff, new generation of clamping crown.
NITRA, BIS sign MoU for standardisation
Dr Arindam Basu, Director General on behalf of NITRA and Surina Ranjan, IAS, Director General on behalf of BIS signed MoU for collaboration in the areas of “Standardisation and Conformity Assessment” on July 23, 2019 at BIS, New Delhi.
Suessen’s SOLIDRING B 188
Suessen’s SOLIDRING B 188 is suitable for 100 per cent cotton applications. It is designed with a shorter and more aggressive saber tooth shape compared to the SOLIDRING B 174. It results in improved yarn quality and higher spinnability.
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.
Weaving technologies today
While the new developments in weaving are significant, more developments are still needed to allow the weaving industry to face the tough nonwovens’ competition, opines Jeyaraman Anandha Kumar.
Productive spinning with high short-fibre content
The strength of the Rieter rotor spinning system has always been its high productivity and achievement of a consistent yarn quality, particularly in applications with shorter fibres.