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BFI helps create recyclable needlepunch carpets
Beaulieu Fibres International (BFI) has unveiled a unique opportunity for carpet manufacturers to create fully recyclable needlepunch carpets, and benefit from production and resource savings, without influencing performance.
Stäubli shows how to create vintage & outdoor carpets
With its flexible ALPHA 500 series of weaving systems, Stäubli allows carpet mills to follow the trend of outdoor carpeting, economically producing good quality while benefitting from high productivity.
Zimmer Colaris: The next-gen digital printer
Colaris inkjet printing for carpets, which represents the next generation of digital printing technology, is based on the know-how gained from its ChromoJET technology, which is a benchmark in the industry.
Beaulieu Yarns introduces unique yarn for carpets
Beaulieu Yarns, the global supplier of high-quality synthetic polyamide and polypropylene yarns, now offers sustainable versions of all its polyamide (PA6) yarns for carpets for residential and commercial use, including automotive. The EqoBalance® family of “biomass-balance” yarns was launched at Domotex 2018.
Flame-retardant Recron® FS launched
Textiles are used to make homes, offices, and entertainment, commercial and health establishments both appealing and comfortable. Things like seat covers, carpets and curtains are used in most establishments. Time and again studies into fire-related catastrophes have revealed that fabrics / textiles are to be blamed for the quick spread of the fire.
Demand for carpets & rugs in India to grow 5.9%
Demand for carpets and rugs in India is forecast to grow 5.9 per cent per year to 120 million square meters in 2021, expanding faster than any other major nation worldwide. Growth will be driven by strong gains in construction activity, expanding the size of the country’s building stock.
Afghans exhort India to invest in carpets
Afghan investors who will attend the India-Afghanistan Trade and Investment Show in Delhi in September say they will urge Indian businessmen to invest in their carpet industry with the help of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Indian Government, which, they want, should establish a free market for Afghan carpets in India.
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