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Mafatlal Industries aims 25% growth
Mafatlal Industries (MIL), the flagship company of Arvind Mafatlal Group, estimates to close the current financial year with 25 per cent increase in its turnover at Rs 1,250 crore as compared to Rs 1,013 crore previous year.
Mafatlal vision to forge ahead in textiles
The story of the Mafatlal Group is a stirring saga of a blend of traditional values and modern technology triumphing over circumstances. Mafatlal Gagalbhai, the founder, took over the management of a small mill in Ahmedabad, and named it Shorrock Mill.
FICCI meet: Driving growth through innovation
The Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry´s (FICCI) 6th edition of Annual conference on textile and apparel Industry, ´TAG 2014´, held at the Hotel Taj Lands End, Bandra (West), Mumbai, focused on Driving Growth through Innovation in the Textile Industry.
TAG meet focuses on growth via innovation
FICCI TAG 2014 conference took place on November 18, 2014 in Mumbai, which was focused on driving growth through innovation in the textile and apparel industry. A white paper on “Driving Growth through Innovation”, prepared by FICCI and Wazir, was also released during the conference.
Some years ago, IT was moving at a snail´s pace in the Indian textile industry, but now even SMEs are going all-out for ERPs and PLMs, thanks to the realisation that these packages help in the long run, reports Indian Textile Journal.
Value addition holds key to future growth
The art of textile making began to develop in the Stone Age. The first textile fabric was probably a nonwoven crude felt, made by compressing loose clumps of fleece from wild sheep. The second stage was invention of yarn which was extracted from various barks of various plants in accordance to their availability.
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