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Open-end spinbox components from Basant Wire
Basant Wire, a manufacturer and technology solution provider as well as exporter of high precision pins, needles and pinned products for applications in textiles and nonwovens, are now offering import substitute products like open end (OE) spinbox components and pinned sleeves for perforation and fibrillation.
TAI elects new office bearers
New Office Bearers are elected for the term 2017-2019 of Textile Association of India, Central Office in the elections held on February 1, 2018 in the Governing Council meeting held at Nagpur.
India to get standardised clothing size chart
In a first, India will have its own size chart for ready-to-wear clothes. The National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), New Delhi under the Ministry of Textiles will undertake an extensive research study to develop a comprehensive size chart for the ready-to-wear garment industry based on body measurements of the Indian population.
Boost for textiles exports
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in the Union Budget 2018-19 raised special package by 19 per cent to Rs 71.48 billion for apparel sector to boost exports. In 2016, the government had announced a special package of Rs 60 billion for the same purpose.
Taiwan’s NFY export to India plummets
Taiwan used to be a large supplier of nylon filament yarn to India with a 12 per cent market share in 2012, but last year its share fell to 7.18 per cent. India has recommended withdrawing anti-dumping duties on imports of nylon filament yarns from Taiwan and five other nations.
Archroma to make ISPO debut
Archroma, a global leader in colour and specialty chemicals, has nature in mind for its ISPO debut with a showcase of advanced innovations in active and sportswear themed around “the ingredients to enhance your gear, it’s our nature”. The company aims to bring colour and performance while minimising environmental impact in a product’s life cycle.
Uzbek textile exports touch $1 bn
Uzbekistan produces around 1.4 million tonnes of cotton fibre annually, of which about 60 per cent is consumed domestically.
Climate change a major concern: Oeko-Tex study
The OEKO-TEX® Association, in commemoration of its 25th Anniversary, commissioned a global research study to assess consumer attitudes about textile sustainability. The results of this one-of-a-kind research project are being released this week.
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