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India to export more cotton?
The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has raised India’s cotton export forecast in April 2016 on account of increased demand form Pakistan. India’s exports are boosted 250,000 bales to 5.8 million on strong demand, especially from Pakistan, USDA said in its latest report. “Strong textile exports, especially of apparel and bed wear, have forced Pakistan’s textile sector to look to imported cotton, especially from India, to make up for a significantly smaller crop,” according to the report.
China’s cotton import dips 29%
Chinese cotton imports in December were down 29 per cent year on year at 188,200 tonnes in December, as demand from the world's largest cotton consumer remains muted.
Chinese cotton imports hit all-time low
Chinese cotton imports reached an all-time low in September, as large domestic inventories reduced reliance on foreign supplies, at a time when economic slowdown is weighing on demand. China imported just 50,900 tonnes of cotton in September, a decline of 59 per cent YoY.
India-ITME 2016 targets over 1,000 exhibitors
Two new chapters, a plethora of new product launches at the event and much improved infrastructure - these are the promises that the India-ITME Society extended during a recent interaction the media had with its Chairman Sajiv Lathia and the Executive Director Seema Srivastava, at the Hotel Trident in south Mumbai.
US-India ties in technical textiles
Bilateral collaboration and technical exchanges between United States and India in technical textiles are planned as a part of the United States and India strategic and commercial cooperation. The US Secretary of State John Kerry and US Commerce Secretary, Penny Pritzker welcomed India´s External Affairs Minister, Sushma Swaraj
QA activities in textile mills
Quality control (QC) is the watchword in a competitive industry like textiles as it affects the user needs as well as profitability. It generally is a procedure (or) set of procedures intended to ensure that a manufactured product or a performed service adheres to a defined set of quality criteria or meets the requirements of the customer.
KCT-TIFAC CORE student bags award
B Mothilal, PG Scholar, Apparel Technology, Department of Fashion Technology, Kumaraguru College of Technology presented a paper and received Best Project and Best Paper award for his project on ´Design and Development of Non-Woven Medical Apparel from Wrightia Tinctoria Fiber´ carried out under the guidance of Dr G Ramakrishnan, Senior Associate Professor, Department of Fashion Technology, Kumaraguru College of Technology, Coimbatore.