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Welspun’s HygroCotton completes 15 years
Welspun India’s leading innovation brand—HygroCotton—has completed 15 years. The company has also accomplished another milestone of achieving $1 billion of global sales (FOB) since its introduction. HygroCotton is crafted with a proprietary spinning technology, producing yarn with a hollow core.
Interesting dimensions of ahimsa silk
Our country has strong roots in producing textiles and accessories in eco-friendly manner. One such is the silk fabric, which is extracted from nature and has the qualification to get into nature after its life cycle.
India dreams of capturing 8-9 per cent of the total global trade by 2020, however looking at the present scenario, it may capture a share of only 5-6 per cent by 2020.
Ring spinning as good as it can be
Even in the best ring spinning mills, there is always room for improvements, among a complex range of options management and operatives need to consider for optimised productivity and profit. USTER®SENTINEL provides a fact-based overview of spinning machine performance, pinpointing real opportunities for excellence in the use of technology, components and manpower.
Kazakh-Uzbek JV textile unit opens in Shymkent
A spinning factory of Alliance Trade and Industrial Company, a joint venture of Kazakhstan Investment Fund JSC and the Alliance Textile Uzbek Association of Light Industry Enterprises, was inaugurated recently in Shymkent in Kazakhstan
Automation: Stitching a bright future
The major technological advancements associated with the First Industrial Revolution - that lasted from the mid-18th century to about 1830 - were concerned with textile manufacturing, especially spinning. John Kay’s invention of flying shuttle, which enabled wider cloth to be woven faster, in 1767 marked the beginning of modernisation (or automation) in the textile industry.
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