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Indian textile exports to grow in 2014-15
Indian textile industry has shown a strong growth, sustained by strong domestic consumption. Availability of raw materials such as cotton, wool, silk and jute in huge quantity and skilled workforce has made India an important player in the textile industry. During FY14, powerloom is expected to be almost flat as compared to FY13.
Chinas shuttleless loom share in India
Indias increasing imports of looms from China is an interesting trend", says Kanti Prakash Brahma, Senior Consultant, Fashion-Textile & Apparel at Technopak Advisors.
ITMACHs maiden run a success
The ITMACH 2014 Exhibition, its maiden 3-day run at Bhiwandi near Thane in Maharashtra recently had 99 exhibitors and attracted 19,842 visitors. The exhibitors were enthusiastic since the exhibition attracted a very good quality crowd,
TUV Rheinland is working with big garment retailers
In this competitive time, consumers would like to invest in a product which suits their requirement and is durable and affordable. Brands regularly and proactively evaluate their product to ensure that it satisfies their end consumer by all means.
Powerloom Economics: Trader VS Weaver
The textile industry in India is one of the few industries which has the potential to emerge as a true global player. A well-devised action plan coupled with effective delivery mechanism can see India as emerging as a winner in the quota free market.
Industry needs an overhauling
The year 2013 was of mixed type for Indian textile industry. On the one hand the mill sector (spinning/weaving) had a good year, the decentralised powerloom weaving sector had one or the other hiccups like power cuts, high tariff in power
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