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Flame-retardant Recron® FS launched
Textiles are used to make homes, offices, and entertainment, commercial and health establishments both appealing and comfortable. Things like seat covers, carpets and curtains are used in most establishments. Time and again studies into fire-related catastrophes have revealed that fabrics / textiles are to be blamed for the quick spread of the fire.
RIL to push polyester biz with RElan
Reliance Industries (RIL) is to increase its presence in the polyester space after the launch of its new brand, RElan, through which it will get into co-branding of apparel. The largest manufacturer of polyester in the country, it has an annual capacity of 2 MT, almost half the country’s 4.5 MT.
DuPont kudos for RIL’s skill in operational effectiveness
DuPont has announced the winners of the 13th Edition of the DuPont Safety and Sustainability Awards. The awards recognise outstanding initiatives aimed at enhancing workplace safety, sustainability and operational excellence.
Reliance awarded for Recron® fibre
Recron® Green Gold fibres and Recron® Green Gold Dope-Dyed (EcoD) Fibres & Tow are the greenest fibres produced in the world, which have been manufactured from ecofriendly processes of the highest standard.
Ball transfer units from HVD
HVD Distributors Pvt Ltd is a a certified leading manufacturer, indenting agents, authorized distributors and importers of various industrial products including bearings, grease, oil seals & O rings, hard chrome plated bars, chains, couplings, etc.
RD Udeshi calls for major thrust on Make in India
A lot of thrust has been given to Government’s ‘Make in India’ initiative, said RD Udeshi, President - Polyester Chain, Reliance Industries Limited, in keynote address. This was the theme of international textile conference, held by the Textile Association (India), Mumbai Unit on December 1-2, 2016 at Hotel The Lalit, Mumbai.
MMF: Daring to fly higher!
For the man-made fibre industry (MMF) in India, its disgruntlement is turning into unceasing aggression. The reasons are many: China exports 65 per cent of manmade textiles out of its exports of $650 billion while India´s share of manmade textiles is hardly 20 per cent out of its exports of $40 billion.