Search Result For
Result(s) found: 322
Liva at Amazon India Fashion Week
LIVA the new age fabric from the Aditya Birla Group joined forces with the apex body of Indian fashion industry, the Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI), as the Gold Sponsor for Amazon India Fashion Week (AIFW), Autumn Winter (AW) 2018.
Home textile fair set for UK
Texfusion, UK’s trade fair catering exclusively for international fashion fabrics and accessories, home textiles, functional fabrics, and garment manufacturers, has announced it is set to present The London Home Textile Fair (TLHTF),etc.
Mahlo lifts straightener technology to a new level
With new standards, the generation 15 Mahlo machines are not only optimally equipped for the future, but also help to save costs and raw materials and improve product quality.
Every day, several thousand kilometres of woven and knitted fabrics pass through the production facilities of textile manufacturers all over the world. And for every single centimetre of it, the quality has to be right. This means above all: straight-thread fabric. This poses great challenges for manufacturers of increasingly sophisticated textiles. Mahlo GmbH + Co KG has been the perfect partner for over 70 years when it comes to straightening things out. The German machine builder has once again set standards in textile production and finishing with its generation 15 devices.
Challenges in 2017, signs of better times now: Aras
GV Aras is the Director of Textile Engineering Group/A.T.E Group, the biggest textile machinery supplier across the textile value chain in India and has in all over 30 years of experience in textile and textile engineering industry. He has been with A.T.E. since more than 25 years.
IKU Award Mayer & Cie
The Albstadt-based circular knitting machine manufacturer Mayer & Cie. has received an IKU award. The SME won a Climate and Environment Innovation Prize (IKU) for its spinitsystems spinning and knitting technology.
Ajay Tamta visits KARL MAYER’s German office
On February 9, 2018, KARL MAYER welcomed the Indian Minister of State for Textiles, Ajay Tamta, at its Development Center in Obertshausen. The government representative was accompanied by Anant Kumar Singh, Secretary Government of India, Ministry of Textiles, and by other delegates from the Ministry and Consulate General.