Our products are Industry 4.0 ready: Muthusekkar
A100-per cent subsidiary of Getriebebau Nord, NORD Drivesystems Pvt Ltd opened a world-class 13,300 m² factory in Pune in 2008, after it established a sales branch in 2005. The company’s Pune plant has enabled it to provide quicker and comprehensive sales and customer service in India and all over the subcontinent.
We want to be 2nd largest manufacturer in the world
Elgi Equipments Limited is a leading air compressor manufacturer with a broad line of innovative and technologically superior compressed air systems. ELGi has earned worldwide distinction for designing sustainable solutions that help companies achieve their productivity goals and keep the cost of ownership low.
COBOT brings in new hope for industrial automation
Automate almost anything proclaims Universal Robots (UR), a Danish manufacturer of smaller flexible industrial robot arms, based in Odense. With Industry 4.0 knocking at the doors of textile industrial world dotted with small units, in India, may be UR brings new hopes into the initiation of automation.
Unitop Acqucare: A leader in caustic recovery plants
Unitop Aquacare is into project engineering and turnkey execution of chemical and other projects. The company is an off-shoot of Elite Engineers, who have been operating in this field since 1974. The Group enjoys the facilities of a modern engineering office having manufacturing at Thane and Surat SEZ
Govt should come out with schemes to promote TT
Technical textiles market in India has touched Rs 95,000 crore and is growing at 15 per cent per annum. Statistics may appear to be highly encouraging but in reality, the growth is mainly confined to packtextiles. Other segments of technical textiles need to be promoted for the real and strategical growth of technical textiles.
We introduced the concept of IP in Indian fabric market: A Akhtar
Aamir Akhtar, Chief Executive Officer, Arvind Denim, says, “An innovative line of Flip Denims (reversible denims), 360 degrees MUTANTS™ (multidirectional stretch knit denims) and XL MUTANTS™ (wider width knits for better production efficiencies), to name a few, were introduced,” while speaking on their various IP products during an interaction with the ITJ.
Our service is from design to retail: M Karle
The journey of Karle International began in the 70s when India started exporting handloom/powerloom fabric to North America and Europe. Karle offered local dyed Madras plaids, which was accepted because after every wash, it started fading and went very well with denim pant.