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Egypt to raise cotton production to meet high export orders
After a disastrous year for Egypt’s cotton industry in 2016, the country’s Agriculture Ministry has initiated measures to boost the cotton sector by improving and raising production of long-staple and medium-length cotton.
Truetzschler's approach to Industry 4.0
Truetzschler Line Commander connects complete Blow room line and cards together, which itself is basis of IoT concept long before Industry 4.0 conceptualised.
Global yarn & fabric production falls in Q3/17
Global yarn production decreased by -0.4 per cent between Q2/17 and Q3/17. An output reduction of respectively -3 per cent and -0.5 per cent in Europe and Asia have been balanced at the world level by increases of 0.5 per cent in Africa, 4.8 per cent in the USA, and 6.5 per cent in Brazil.
Durst launches P5 next-gen tech platform
Durst, a manufacturer of advanced digital printing and production technologies, has launched a new printing platform – the P5 series. The first member of the family is the large format printing flagship, P5 250 HS, with shipping starting from April.
"We expect business to improve in coming year"
Since 1985, Coimbatore-based Statex has been into production of fibre and yarn testing instruments. K Subramaniam, who is a graduate in engineering, is the Managing Director of Statex Group of Companies, with more than eight years of dedicated service in a textile research associations, where he concentrated in textile testing instrument R&D. Enriched with his guidance and direction, today Statex has established its name throughout the world.
UK firm, Durst join hands for CoE
Durst, manufacturer of advanced digital production technologies, and Standfast & Barracks have announced plans for a centre of excellence in the UK at the fabric printing company’s UK headquarters in Lancashire.
Global cotton output to rise 2017/18
Following two years of declining planted area, global cotton area for 2017/18 is projected to increase by 11 per cent to 32.5 million hectares
ORGANIC COTTON: Thorny issues stifle growth
India is still miles away from tapping the full potential of organic cotton despite a major global share of 56 per cent and a promise of 20 per cent higher return for farmers from this white gold. An ITJ Exclusive portrays the problems and prospects.
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