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NSC: World leaders in machines for long staple fibre processing
N.Schlumberger, established in year 1810, at Guebwiller, in Alsace area of France. Present in more than 60 countries on every continent, N. Schlumberger is recognised around the world for its technological mastery of complete long-staple fibre lines.
Trevira’s latest functional textiles
Trevira, the specialist for functional fibres and yarns, presented its products for a wide range of applications in the area of technical and functional textiles.
Innovative twisting solutions from Meera Industries
Meera Industries is going to exhibit its range of innovative twisting machines for carpet yarns, ropes, twines and thread at ITMA 2019. Having a customer-centric approach, Meera’s main designing principal has always been energy optimisation, high productivity and ease of use. Meera is going to exhibit below machines at ITMA 2019.
MMF consumption to remain stable
In FY18, the domestic MMF industry in volume terms stood at 2,506 million kg. Domestic MMF demand witnessed an uptick of about 3.6% in FY18 on account of release of pent-up demand post the demonetisation and GST implementation.
Rise of Umargaon Textile!
The year 1959 was a memorable one. It saw the genesis of parent company (Texsspares Machine Works) – a star was born on the horizon of textile-based machinery manufacturers. Over a time spanning over four and a half decades, we have established an identity, carving for ourselves a niche in the corporate world of man-made fibre, VFY polyester and sewing thread industry because of our excellent machines, backed by exemplary post sales service.
India imposes duty on NFY from Vietnam, EU
The Indian government has imposed an anti-dumping duty ranging between $128.06 per tonne and $719.44 per tonne for five years on import of nylon filament yarn from Vietnam and the European Union.
Lenzing redefines TENCEL brand
Enabled by industry innovations, including REFIBRA technology, Eco Soft technology, Eco filament technology and Micro technology, textiles produced under the TENCEL brand offer premium standards of sustainability and natural comfort to meet evolving consumer demand.