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Eco Fibres on the Rise
Sustainability is no longer a choice, but a necessity. The textile industry feels that the movement towards sustainability should start from the source itself – fibres. The global eco fibre market size was estimated at 9,570 kilo tonne in 2016.
IFFC bags Textile Industry Award
Idéal Fibres & Fabrics Comines (IFFC), a subsidiary of the Belgian Beaulieu International Group of companies, announced today that it was awarded the Textile Industry Award, which is one of the Trophies of the Industries of Hauts-de-France.
Move beyond conventional paradigms: K Gupta
Taking a big leap forward, industry is going through another paradigm shift, popularly referred as the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” or “Industry 4.0”. The ultimate goal of the fourth revolution is to build a parallel virtual world that will control and run the physical world. Everything that can be digitalised will be digitalised throughout the course of Industry 4.0. The future of the manufacturing industry lies with big data analytics, robots, automations, programmable logic controllers and IoT.
Recycling of polyester waste
Polyester-based fibres contribute 70 per cent of the total synthetic fibre production worldwide, say RN Turukmane, SS Gulhane and AL Bhongade.
Recycling of polyester waste is an important term used in different industries for reducing waste disposal into the environment. Nowadays, developed and developing countries aim to reduce pre- and post-manufacturing waste and focus on recycling. Waste disposal into environment increases risk for human’s life and so disposal of mechanical, chemical and thermal polymers should be reduced.
GOTS tops 5000 facilities in 2017
The number of facilities certified to GOTS shows an increase of 8,2 per cent, from 4,642 facilities in 2016 to 5,024 facilities in 2017.
Big recovery for Oerlikon MMF Segment
In 2017, Oerlikon delivered on its targets and recorded top-line growth as well as improved operating profitability across all Segments.
Shree's unmatched growth of garments made with Liva
Shree – The Indian Avatar has observed almost 1,500 per cent growth in demand for its garments made from Liva fabrics. Owing to the rise in demand of Liva, the new age fluid fabric from the Aditya Birla Group, Shree now boasts a production of 2,50,000 garments per month made from Liva from just 15,000 garments per month.