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Welspun forays into flooring solutions
Welspun India Ltd, one of the leading home textiles company, is foraying into flooring solutions with the foundation stone laying of its Rs 600 crore facility in Anjar, Gujarat to manufacture carpets, area rugs and carpet tiles.
2016 THE YEAR THAT WAS
Textiles in the first six months grew at an average of 1.4 per cent and in the last six months of the FY, it accelerated at an average rate of 3.4 per cent.
2016: The year that was
The Index of Industrial Production (IIP), which provides quick estimates of the performance of key industrial sectors, started resurrecting upward movement during FY2015-16. As per IIP, the industrial sector broadly comprises of mining, manufacturing and electricity. In FY2015-16, IIP growth of T&C was bracing and it outstripped the growth of overall manufacturing and general IIP.
Zero raw silk import by 2020: CSB
India is marching towards self-reliance in raw silk and plans to bring down imports to zero level by 2020, according to K M Hanumantharayappa, Chairman, Central Silk Board (CSB).
BSTIM knitwear fair in February 2017
The third edition of BSTIM, a show for the fashion industry, will be held in Igualada, a textile city near Barcelona, where 145 factories and 2,500 industry professionals are located, from 22-23 February 2017. T
Simta spindle tape unit makes progress
Located in Coimbatore, Simta Machinery Pvt Ltd is an integrated group of textile engineering companies, consisting of tapes manufacturing, overhead travelling cleaners, bobbin transport system, clearer rollers, sheet metal engineering and industrial fabrics divisions located at spread-out geographies.
Sustainable technologies: Italy leads the way
Italian textile machinery companies are working to provide technology solutions that place reduced consumption in energy, water and chemical products at the centre of the production process in the textile industry, supporting their customers in order to reach the target in terms of efficiency and cost savings.
Globalisation unstoppable: IAF chief
Globalisation still dominates apparel production and it is highly unlikely that reshoring or backshoring will bring back many jobs that were lost via offshoring, says the International Apparel Federation IAF President, Han Bekke.