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Plain Vanilla will not work in 2020
India’s textile sector is under stress with 2019 turning out to be a challenging year. The country’s exports of textile and apparel declined by 4.3 per cent to $22 billion in the first seven months of FY2020 (April-November). While cotton yarn was a major casualty with 37 per cent decline (whereby exports to China alone halved), growth of apparel exports continued to be anemic.
A.T.E. launches automation division to help mills upgrade
Textile mills continuously seek to automate their processes and upgrade their machine and process controls so as to produce with better quality and lower costs. In some cases, they accomplish their goals through the purchase of new equipment, or through machinery overhauls with new parts.
ITMACH 2019 to be held from Dec 5-8
The third edition of ITMACH India will be held from December 5-8, 2019, in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, the most important hub of textile manufacturing in the country.
KARL MAYER, A.T.E. organise technical symposium on PROSIZE
KARL MAYER and A.T.E. jointly organised a technical symposium in Coimbatore on June 23, 2018 to explain the concepts behind PROSIZE - a breakthrough innovation in sizing technology for efficient and ecological sizing.
GTTES-2019 to bring top textile manufacturers under one roof
Prominent and key textile machinery manufactures from across the globe such as ITEMA, Dornier, Staubli, Weavetech, Lifebond, Inditec, Prashant Gamatex, LUWA, LCC, Yamuna, ColorJet, DCC, ATE, Elgi Equipments, SIMTA, Inspiron Jay Instruments,etc.
Robust spinning segment raises machinery output
The production of the textile engineering industry (TEI) during 2016-17 recorded a nominal increase of 1 per cent to `6,650 crore as against `6,580 crore achieved during the previous year, mainly due the substantial increase in production of spinning machinery. Spinning machinery sector is expected to raise their production further during 2017-18.