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T.T. Limited to exit from spinning
T. T. Limited has been successful in disposing off company’s spinning machinery earlier located at Gajroula (Uttar Pradesh) and Avinashi (Tirupur, Tamil Nadu).
Spinners woes continues
Declining yarn exports has put the Indian textile industry in a crisis mode. Is this crisis a short or long term? A telephone conversation between two Indian textile industry professionals painted a clear picture.
Inventing solutions, our forte: Jothi Murugan of Robotex
Jothi Murugan, who has around 22 years of industrial experience in various fields like research and development, new product development, production and quality management and intellectual property (IP) rights, came up with a unique concept right after coming back from Germany, where he was working with a Research Institute.
Texfair 2019 ends on a positive note
The Southern India Mills’ Association (SIMA), Coimbatore organised Texfair 2019 – largest expo of textile machinery, spares, accessories and other supporting services and Farm to Finish Expo 2019.
Constant R&D is our forte: Diven Dembla of Precitex
Precision Rubber Industries, owners of the renowned Precitex, a name synonymous with high-quality brands of aprons and cots, was the first Indian company to participate in ITMA that was held in the year 1975.
SIMA appeals new govt to resolve TUF issues
The Southern India Mills Association (SIMA), an apex body of spinners in India, appealed to the new Central Government to resolve Technology Upgradation Fund (TUF) issues to boost job creation and exports.
ICC Ltd shifts production to Himachal plant
The 63-years old Indian leader in card clothing products and card room accessories for the textile spinning industry, ICC Ltd is entirely shifting production to its already existing state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Nalagarh, Himachal Pradesh. In doing so, ICC has closed down its Pune plant, which was manufacturing card clothing since more than six decades.
Modernisation in spinning mills
Modernisation should always be viewed along with the selection of required automations, opine J Sreenivasan & NK Nagarajan of SITRA.