The Lure of $30 bn
Technical textiles The lure of $30 bn
There is a burgeoning market for technical textiles in India and the industry should rise to the occasion to tap its potential, finds an exclusive ITJ Report.
Jakob Muller's systems and solutions for narrow fabrics
Founded in Switzerland in 1887, Jakob Müller AG is the world’s leading company with regards to technology for the manufacture of woven and knitted tapes and webbing, woven ropes, woven labels and technical textiles, printed narrow fabrics, dyeing, make-up and winding machinery.
70 Italian firms gear up for Techtextil Frankfurt
Around 70 Italian machinery manufacturers are slated to take part in the upcoming edition of Techtextil Frankfurt, the world’s largest industry event for technical textiles; a number that has grown over the years, and a testament to the interest Italy’s textile machinery sector places in the technical and innovative textiles market.
Sandler: At home in the world of nonwovens
At Techtextil exhibition, Sandler AG invites visitors to a garden of nonwoven novelties at no. D54: A veritable bouquet of high-tech materials for acoustic insulation in the home and the office, for transportation, and for filtration awaits the professional audience on an excursion to the home of innovative nonwovens.
Redefined flexibility with SSM DURO
One of the latest machinery from the Swiss-based SSM for technical yarns is the DURO precision package winder, which is being showcased at the Techtextil Frankfurt.
Budget: A positive influence
The focus during the budget session was predominantly on infrastructure, affordable housing, agriculture, rural development, employment, speedy accountability, prudent fiscal management and transparency in taxation, says Amit Gugnani.
Budget spin-offs LIFT HOPES
Budget measures like corporate tax cut for MSMEs, plan to set up 100 international skill centres, and support to cluster approach for contract farming have brought cheer to the textile industry. An ITJ Report on the pros and cons of the Budget 2017-18.