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Taiwan pavilion at Technotex 2015
The Bureau of Foreign Trade (BOFT) Taiwan Textile Federation (TTF) are forming the Taiwan Pavilion for the third time at Technotex 2015, which will be held in Mumbai from April 09-11, 2015.
Glen Raven Concept Gallery sparks innovative ideas
Concept Gallery, organised by the US headquarters of Glen Raven Inc, displayed more than 150 different products providing the spark for innovation. The event designed to encourage the initiative of experimenting with technically textile material in various industries from automotive, petrochemicals, construction, mining, and geo-synthetics to filtration and protective fabrics for the police, military, fire fighters, etc
GTTES-2015: A focused event with a difference
Global Textile Technology & Engineering Show (GTTES), the maiden show, which the organisers, India-ITME Society says is a business event with a difference, is slated to to be held from January 20-22, 2015 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre (BEC), Goregaon Mumbai.
Export soars, but ADD dampens MMF industry's hopes
With the AGM of the Synthetic and Rayon Textile Export Promotion Council getting over all the required formalities and agenda at the Ambassador Hotel in Mumbai recently, the rest of the time was devoted to the most urgent of matters - the ongoing Anti Dumping Duties (ADD)
Meeting targets: Keyword to success in garmenting
The Indian apparel industry has grown up in past few years but at the same time it is facing stiff competition from the countries where labour rate is lower, which is making its survival a bit tougher.
Turkey surpasses China
According to the data published by US Department of Agriculture (USDA), by importing 83.4 thousand bales of cotton from US last year between 12-19 December, Turkey passed China which is known as largest importer of cotton.
ICTN 2014: Bringing technical textile industry together
In recent years there is increased activity in the area of technical textiles and nonwovens in India in terms of new industries being set up by Indian entrepreneurs and leading MNCs putting up manufacturing or out sourcing from India.
Karnataka invests Rs 13 bn
During the current financial year, the Karnataka government—through the Department of Handloom and Textiles—has invested Rs 13 billion under various schemes. The money has been spent for establishing textile parks,