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SprintOn makes strides, enters US market: Amol Bhagwati
InspirOn Engineering Private Limited (IEPL) is the world’s largest manufacturer of high performance aluminium flyers having manufactured and sold over 3.5 million of these critical textile components around the world.
The 10th edition of India-ITME is opening on a note of high expectations! The Indian Government´s recent Rs.6,000-cr package & amended TUFS have rekindled exhibitor interest while high-tech wares promise to ignite buyer zest. A cross-section of the textile industry players shares their moods & opinions.
ITAMMA participates at Indo Inter Tex 2016
ITAMMA is one of the oldest and largest textile engineering associations in the world. It has organised many events helping its members from the textile engineering industry by providing a platform for business interaction with the industrialists and entrepreneurs from the textile industry.
InspirOn: Inspiring lives
Prakash Bhagwati—the man behind InspirOn Engineering—had a vision to bring a small company into global arena. He founded InspirOn Engineering in 1973 through a technical collaboration with German company C. Eugen Maier Metallverarbeitung GmbH for manufacturing of critical subassembly called Flyer (Fluegel) used in textile spinning machines.
$64 bn export by 2017 | An Uphill Task?
Severe competition on global level and lack of initiatives and direction on the domestic front have made a dent in India´s textile exports with a dip in figures for FY 2014-15, diminishing the scope of achieving the cherished goals. S Joseph & M Karthik take an overall look at the scene.
Batliboi-InspirOn tie up to market Motex Stenter
InspirOn Engineering Pvt Ltd, a manufacturer of Motex® model of Stenters at Ahmedabad and Batliboi Ltd, a multifaceted Engineering organisation with offices all over India, have entered into a strategic marketing alliance with effect from May 1, 2015. Batliboi will market Motex® and other recently developed ´InspirOn´ stenters.
Since the government has included textile and textile equipment manufacturers under the ´Make In India´ programme, there were high expectations for help from the budget for achieving its high potential for increasing industrial production, generating additional employment and improving export earnings. Budget brings no cheer to either of the industry.
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