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Teijin Aramid launches smartphone app
Teijin Aramid has launched a new smartphone app helping customers to reduce calculation errors with a special conversion tool for the fibre and textiles industry. Converting metric/imperial units that include yarn-related units such as twist levels and linear densities can lead to serious mistakes.
Epson Textile R-Evolution focuses on digitisation
The Epson Textile R-Evolution focused on digitisation in the textiles industry. The conference threw light on the economic, organisational and ecological benefits in the industry including waste reduction, fewer wash cycles and the related reduction in environmental pollution. At the event, a book on digital printing and sustainability was also unveiled.
How efficient is PCM in textiles?
Since Phase Change Materials (PCM) play an important role in modern textiles, the Hohenstein Institute shows how effective PCM products are with a measurement device.
Raga Tex hints at entering new segment
Raga Tex, was launched in 1996 as a proprietorship concern by a young lady entrepreneur Thiurmagal, ably assisted by her doctor husband Dr Bharathi Muthurathinam. “It appears that many big retailers abroad, either have already done, are planning to open shop, in India. We should therefore have plans to start investing in brand building and product promotion, within India”, says G Shekar, Executive Director, Raga Tex India Private Limited, in an interview with ITJ Senior Editor Karthik Muthuveeran.
Global e-textile market to touch $5 bn
Key advances in the last five years have led to early commercial products, with the e-textiles market having grown at double digit rate to reach around $100 million in annual wholesale revenue.
Intertextile Shanghai returns next year!
The Autumn Edition of Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles will be held over four days instead of three in 2016. Fair organiser Messe Frankfurt announced the change due to strong feedback for an extension from exhibitors
Exports sweeten India's textile scene
The Indian textiles industry is set for strong growth, buoyed by strong domestic consumption as well as export demand. Karthik Muthuveeran reports.The Indian textile industry is currently on a roll. Not only the industry´s hopes are flying high following the formation of a new Modi-led government
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.
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