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Chemical management, first step to achieve eco-friendly textiles
The focus of brands on chemical management across their supply chains has traditionally been the ´tip of the iceberg´, that is, their direct contractual vendors. Their influence beyond direct vendors (the Tier 1 suppliers) has been minimal.
"Maharashtra has Rs 6,690-cr new projects in hand"
In Maharashtra, after the declaration of State Textile Policy, a total of 769 projects with investment of Rs 6,690 crore have been established. The investment have come predominantly into the developed textile machinery of spinning and weaving sector.
ITAMMA´s seminar on govt schemes
S Senthilkumar, President, ITAMMA in his welcome speech mentioned that Government of India has recently proposed a drive in favour of indigenous manufacturing and taking several policy decisions to make its ´Make in India´ campaign successful; where changes have been made in import and export duty structures as well as excise and other areas which will help the textile engineering industry to make the business at ease.
A.T.E. covers all the aspects of nonwovens
A.T.E. Enterprises covers almost all the aspects of nonwovens. You have different technologies for nonwovens. In spunlace, which is hydro entanglement, entanglement is done through the use of water needles. In needlepunch, mechanical needles are used for making the fabric.
Value addition needed for TT industry
Converting sector is much needed for growing the technical textiles sector. Sushil Kapoor, President and CEO of Technical Textiles Business at SRF Limited, India emphasised the need for value addition in technical textiles sector while speaking at the recent Technotex International conference organised by FICCI with the support from Government of India in Mumbai.
DKTE-Yamuna tie-up for nonwoven finishing
One of the objectives of COE in DKTE is to set up state-of-the-art R&D facilities for product development to enable the Indian industry to accomplish international quality norms.
Seminar on SMEs in TT opens tomorrow
The Ministry of Textiles and the Man-Made Textile Research Association (MANTRA) have joined hands to encourage the small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in south Gujarat.
A complete business event for textile industry
GTTES-2015 – India's 'leading textile engineering expo’ is all set to open its door to the Indian and International audience from 20-22 January 2015 at the Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre, Goregaon East, Mumbai.
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