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Garware Technical Fibres’ net profit up 18.8%
Garware Technical Fibres Ltd (formerly Garware-Wall Ropes Ltd.), a leading manufacturer of technical textiles for the Indian and global markets, has announced its financial results for the second quarter and half year ended September 30, 2018.
Scaled-up wearable smart textiles
Scaled-up process enables the production of knitted wearable textiles. A different approach has been adopted by researchers at the Institute for Frontier Materials at Geelong, Australia-based Deakin University to produce strain sensing smart textiles.
Swedish Minister in India to discuss project on smart textiles
Sven-Erik Bucht Minister for Rural Affairs from the Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation Sweden arrived in Mumbai to discuss a joint project on smart textiles involving potentially Aditya Birla Group, Swedish company Domsjö and the two governments as well as the European Union.
Hot topics & themes to attract more visitors
ShanghaiTex is one of the biggest textile machinery trade shows in China. This year, ShanghaiTex 2017 focuses on the revolutionary theme like sports textile technology, smart factory, etc. to attract more related machinery makers this year.
DKTE at the forefront of nonwoven growth
Nonwoven and technical textiles have important roles to play towards the growth of the Indian textiles sector. India wants its textile sector to reach $250 billion by 2020. There needs to be growth in natural fibre, synthetic fibre, conventional and technical textiles sectors to achieve this economic figure.
GWRL and Israel’s Aero–T ink MOU
Garware-Wall Ropes Ltd (GWRL) announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Israel’s Aero-T showing intention to combine their capability for manufacturing and supply of advanced aerostats for Indian Defence.
China still leads in technical textiles
The global technical textile industry was estimated to be worth $142 billion in 2015 and is expected to reach $165 billion by 2019. The vast majority of technical textiles come from APAC, which accounts for a share of almost half of the global technical textiles market.
Teijin’s new sweat-suit fabric
Teijin Frontier Co Ltd, a fibre and products converting company and a part of Teijin Limited, has developed a new sweat-suit fabric, four-dimensional, bulky, light, and extra soft, DELTAPEAK.
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