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Teijin presents Teijinconex® Coolnex
Teijin Aramid has launched Teijinconex® Coolnex Super Wicking Fabric, a lighter, softer and more comfortable flame resistant Fabric. The outstanding feature of this new fabric is a quick dry absorption of perspiration without losing its flame resistance. An innovation that is fulfilling the needs of the work wear industry.
USDA lab joins ICA Bremen certification scheme
The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) Quality Assurance Laboratory is the latest laboratory to be certified under ICA Bremen International Laboratory Certification Scheme.
Haryana’s skill training covers textile too
The Haryana Government’s Skill Development and Industrial Training Department is considering providing skill training to about 1,33,100 youth this fiscal as part of efforts to augment employment opportunities in the State. The sectors include garment and textiles, beauty and wellness, agriculture and retail.
IFM to facilitate EU investment into India
India and the European Union have decided to set up a mechanism to facilitate EU investments into the country, India’s Commerce and Industry ministry said. The Investment Facilitation Mechanism (IFM) will allow for a close coordination between the EU and India with an aim to promote and facilitate investment in India.
Customised speciality finish is our strength: MS Vijayan
Resil Chemicals is an innovation-driven, diversified chemical and performance materials manufacturer. In textiles, Resil provides cutting-edge solutions for the complete range of speciality finishes and auxiliaries.
Pak cotton output may rise
The output of the cotton crop in Pakistan is likely to improve during this season mainly due to favourable weather conditions. It is being projected that Pakistan's cotton crop is expected to be 10.6 million bales, slightly higher than 9.7 million recorded in the last year.
Levi's big jump in profit
Levi Strauss & Co reported a profit of $31 million for Q2 recently, a leap from $12 million the same quarter one year prior. The jump in profit was due to a decline in charges related to the company’s productivity initiative and a debt extinguishment loss from the prior year.
6 start-up centres on anvil
The Central Government has approved six proposals to set up centres of excellence to promote and fund start-ups under the National Initiative for Development and Harnessing Innovation (NIDHI), a programme spearheaded by the Department of Science and Technology.
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