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Van De Wiele, Superba join forces
The Belgian consortium Van de Wiele signed an agreement to purchase the French company Superba and the US company American Superba. The agreement took place on May 27, 2015.
Nanotek: A specialist in textile processing
The increasing demand of quality textile products at competitive rates has not only made way for high performance textile manufacturing and processing machineries but also forced concerned industrialists to upgrade their existing system, to high end automated setup, which ensures high productivity along with desired quality.
India is a huge market for Avocet products
A family-owned company, Avocet was established in 1982 and has over 30 years experience in textile dyeing, chemicals and dyestuff sales and product development. Due to the fragile market for textile dyes, the company then moved on to manufacture flame retardants.
Colorant textile dyes tackle sustainability
New dyes from Colorant Ltd, Gujarat are said to use less water and energy, and decrease processing skills in comparison to conventional dyes, in a bid to tackle environmental and sustainability issues of the textile wet processing industry.
7 theme zones at Shanghaitex
The 17th ShanghaiTex 2015, which will be held at Shanghai New International Expo Center (Pudong, Shanghai, China) from June 15th-18th, 2015, will have seven theme zones accounting for nine exhibition halls, with over 100,000 square meters of exhibition area.
Thies: Rising stakes in tech textile
The Germany-based Thies manufactures textile machines, which can process a wide variety of yarns, fibres, nonwovens and fabrics suitable for various technical textile applications: for example Aramide fibres which are used for security wear and top-end, bullet-proof automobiles.
SDC develops new verification fabrics
SDC Enterprises have combined their extensive knowledge of fabric quality control, textile testing, dyeing and continuity of technical performance in test materials to develop a range of verification fabrics to improve the controls available to organizations involved in textile testing.