Branding India in textiles is vital
The Textiles Committee is raring to rewrite its role as a greater facilitator of textile industry, its production and trade: this was clearly evident during a recent informal chat the Editor of the Indian Textile Journal had with the Secretary of Textiles Committee, Ajit B Chavan.
Manifold challenges ahead: Waldmann
The challenges for the textile machinery industry are manifold with a view to 2019: The political and economic framework conditions have deteriorated, incoming orders in important markets are difficult to predict. Markets that have so far been less in focus have to be observed and worked on more intensively.
Whither the New-Age Era?
Will 2019 open the doors to the much-touted New-Age Era for the Indian textile industry? Many are optimistic that good times are ahead, but there are questions hanging around that defy definite answers. An ITJ Exclusive Report reveals the industry's views and visions.
T&C industry on the rise
The household sector is the major growth driver and contributes about 53.39 per cent to the overall demand of textiles and clothing (T&C) products.
KEY TO GROWTH!
The successful exploitation of new ideas is crucial to a business being able to improve its processes, bring new and improved products and services to market, and increase its efficiency, reports the ITJ Cover Story.
China's booming textile trade
China’s textile industry is accounting for over 60 per cent of the world chemical and synthetic fibre production, and it is second in cotton production, says Avinash Mayekar of Suvin Advisors.
Digitalisation Steals the Show!
Digitalisation is the new mantra for the next phase in textile production. It is slowly and steadily entering every aspect of textile machinery industry, and the recently-held ITMA Asia showed a glimpse of the digital era waiting to happen in textile production, reports ITJ Editor.
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