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Textile dreams of Maharashtra
Maharashtra textile industry is a blend of culture and technology and provides resources for every investment in the entire value chain of textile industry, says Avinash Mayekar. Dreams are usually seen of the milestones which are not achieved till date, however, in case of Maharashtra textile industry, the dreams can be ‘achieving the same glorious past of Maharashtra witnessed during the golden days of British era’.
AE retrofits at par with latest cards
Amarnaathh Enterprises, Coimbatore has been receiving extremely good response to its successful innovations in carding. The successful performance of its retrofits has earned it repeat orders. The C1/3 and LC 100 cards, the most successful cards in the world, meet any challenges of different types of raw material.
Total Testing Center: Managing productivity throughout the mill
How spinners can achieve the critical balance between input and output. Spinning mills today are expected to transform incoming raw material that fluctuates in quality and cost into a consistent yarn that exactly meets the needs of customers. This difference between input and output is the critical balance which determines customer satisfaction, market reputation and ultimately the mill’s own profitability – and ideally this balance is optimised by a sophisticated system.
R+F to present TURBO rings and optimised travellers
Ring spinning mills in India prefer the latest generation of TURBO rings especially for compact and siro yarns. Leading German ring and traveller manufacturer Reiners + Fürst (R+F) introduced this further milestone in high speed spinning during ITMA in Milan.
Industry’s SOS on cotton crisis
The predominantly cotton based Indian textile industry has been facing acute crisis during the last eight years due to high volatility in cotton prices especially during off season starting from May to September.
TN spinners cut down yarn output
With cotton prices rising to Rs 50,000 per candy in the end of the 2015-16 cotton season, many spinning mills in Tami Nadu have cut down on yarn production.
Spinners see only dark tunnel ahead
In my business life, I have not seen a worse situation than this, where such a big disparity is there between spot cotton prices and yarn prices. This disparity for such an extended period of time shows there is a deep rooted problem and it’s not a temporary feature. The current isolated spurt in Indian cotton prices has aggravated the situation to an extent that many can hear the death knell. The more disturbing fact is that no domestic yarn buyer is hassled or is rushing to buy yarn-they know cotton prices have moved 50 per cent and yarn just 20 per cent-still no anxiety! International buyers have diverted their orders as cotton in India has increased much much more in comparison to international cotton prices.
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