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TENCEL + REFIBRA: Homing in on circular economy
The pioneering REFIBRA technology has now entered a new level by stepping into the Home & Interior segment. TENCEL Home with REFIBRA technology offers more possibilities than ever before.
Homeward Bound: The blossoming world of home textiles
M odern consumers are spending more on staying in rather than going out, and interest in home decoration is at an all-time high. As the industry’s premier platform for the hottest products, styles and trends, the HKTDC Hong Kong International Home Textiles and Furnishings Fair featured over 290 of the finest international textiles and furnishings suppliers in 2017.
DILO's Vector 200 debuts at SINCE 2017
One of Dilo’s innovations is the “Vector 200”, a new crosslapper by DiloMachines, which is unique with an infeed speed of more than 200 m/min.
GHCL to shift focus on domestic market
Uttar Pradesh-based GHCL, a leader in home furnishings, plans capacity addition and wants to move focus from exports to the burgeoning home textiles market even as textile manufacturers continue protests over GST.
Mattress that ensures 6 hours of sound sleep
Spring?t mattress, India’s leading brand of premium and progressive sleep accessories and solutions, has unveiled its latest range of premium and ultra-glamorous mattress – Autograph Collection.
SPACES’ summer collection
Summer symbolises vibrancy and glowing colours creating a lively atmosphere. This season bring home the vivid beauty of dazzling summer in style and luxury with SPACES - Home & Beyond’s limited edition Spring-Summer Collection 2017.
Texaura: The new face of organic bedding
TEXAURA is a GOTS-certified 100 per cent organic cotton bedding range, which is luxurious and sustainable. Texaura is derived from two words- ‘Tex’ from Textiles and ‘Aura’, the combination of which is ‘Texaura’.
Hong Kong: An ideal trading hub for Indian businesses
Johnny Wan, Director of Exhibitions Market Development, Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), highlighted opportunities for Indian companies at the HKTDC’s world-class trade fairs during a press briefing in New Delhi recently. Wan underscored the robust bilateral trade relations between Hong Kong and India, adding that the Council’s trade fairs offered a good platform to boost business.
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