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Kitex Garments on track for expansion
Kochi-based Kitex Garments Limited, currently the third largest infant apparel manufacturer in the world, is on track to raise production capacity by over 3.5 times to produce 22 lakh pieces per day by 2025 from the current six lakh pieces of finished garments per day for new-born and babies up to two years.
Kitex to set up new production unit
Kerala-based Kitex Garments Ltd, a part of Anna-Kitex Group of Companies, is planning to set up its fourth fully export-oriented infant wear production unit either in Andhra Pradesh or Karnataka, according to its Chairman and Managing Director Sabu M Jacob.
Green blue jeans development
A University of California-Berkeley professor is using molecular biology to synthesise an important dye used to colour denim.
Sustainability wave rolls on!
The buzzword is Sustainability. The Year 2015 is considered the Year of Sustainability. Sustainability touches every aspect of industry, lives.... and continuation of humankind on earth. For the textile industry, this is of greater urgency. Because textile processes are more polluting and resource-depleting activities.
Century Rayon takes vital STeP ahead
The fabric and yarn manufacturer Century Rayon, Shahad (a division of Century Textiles & Industries Limited, the flagship company of B. K. Birla Group of companies), has become the first textile company in India to be awarded with the STeP by OEKO-TEX« Certificate for Sustainable Textile Production.
Garmenting: Past, Present and Future
The history of clothing is very intriguing and it is believed that wearing clothing can be traced through genetic analysis on human body traces, to as far as 107,000 years ago.Existence of sewing needles date back to 19,000 BC, while the use of dyed flax were found as far as 36,000 BC.
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