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In the Spinning Tower of ITA
As part of the ITA Group, the “Technical Fibres” department is a leading research, education and qualification provider for fibre-based high-performance materials, textile semi-finished products and their manufacturing processes.
ITM 2018 occupancy rate rises to 90%
ITM 2018 exhibition has reached an occupancy rate of 90 per cent shortly after starting its sales and reservations, due to the huge demand for participation and therefore draws attention with the increase in the number of its participants and capacity utilisation.
Our service is from design to retail: M Karle
The journey of Karle International began in the 70s when India started exporting handloom/powerloom fabric to North America and Europe. Karle offered local dyed Madras plaids, which was accepted because after every wash, it started fading and went very well with denim pant.
Biodegradable nonwovens & usage
Nonwoven fabrics can be used in a wide variety of applications, which may be limited life, single-use fabrics as disposable materials or durable fabrics for automotive and civil engineering applications, explain Rajanna L Gotipamul, SG Kulkarni and Pranshil Gourkar, in the 1st part of a 2-part article.
Wellness clothing comes of age with AONTPL
Incorporated in July 2007, Advantage Organic Naturals Technologies Private Limited (AONTPL) was incubated in the prestigious IIT Delhi Campus, and owns three patents at USA, Europe & India and one more pending in India, “Method for dyeing a textile product using neem and holy basil extract”.
Need to address issue of lack of manpower in TT sector: Smriti Irani
Smriti Zubin Irani, Minister of Textiles, Government of India, underlined the need to address the issue of lack of manpower in the technical textiles for which industry needed to first define the requisite skills. After defining the skills, the task would be to bridge the gap in which the industry would be supported adequately by the Government of India.
India Vs Turkey
Will India be the next China? The debate is still on, while China is taking all necessary steps to keep its fortunes in textiles intact. Leave alone China! After attending the ITM Turkey a few weeks ago, the spotlight for some textile interested persons like me is now on Turkey and India.
Communicating the future of MMF
Innovation, cooperation, an open dialogue and sustainable investments are necessary to meet global competition. Massive geopolitical changes along with incalculably high volatilities in the financial and raw materials markets constitute enormous challenges to the flexibility of businesses in all economic sectors.