Ethnic Dukaan.com has 95% in-stock products
Ethnic Dukaan.com is one of the few e-sellers in the country with an in-house setup of designers and artisans, combined with products sourced directly from weavers and manufacturers across. It is the online portal of Aashirvad Sarees, which has been dealing in Indian women´s wear for the past three decades.
Standardisation is one of the biggest challenges in socks industry
Mustang today manufactures more than one million pairs of socks every month, and has 36 distributors across India. With a consistent and impressive growth rate, they have tie-ups with some of the largest international brands, retailers and e-retailers, including Amazon, First Cry, Hopscotch, etc.
People are very receptive to brands
Deco Window is a domestic endeavour of Jayanita Exports Pvt Ltd. In collaboration with more than 600 stores spread all over the country, Deco Window offers wide range of window solutions for each and every Indian home. Vaibhav Jain, CEO, Deco Window, had a very clear vision in mind for his company.
Monforts coated spacesuits for Chinese Taikonauts
Company Vice President Klaus A Heinrichs on customer service and new markets Mönchengladbach. The nature and number of the technological challenges which manufacturers of stenter frames for textile finishing are expected to meet are growing constantly.
Sustainability due to minimal application
Deep in the southwestern corner of Germany, in a region known affectionately by locals as the ?Ländle?, ?the little country?, stands Weitmann & Konrad (Weko), the inventor of a non-contact rotor system for precise, metered application of liquids and chemicals to fabrics.
Biodegradable hygiene products
The WC at home is often used to dispose of items other than toilet paper: fabric items and wipes for cosmetics, personal care and hygiene that really do not belong in there. These moist wipes are broken down very poorly in water, so they get into the drainage system, and from there to the wastewater treatment plants, where they form enormous clumps and have to be removed at great effort and expense.
Combining cost cutting with environmental protection
Textile manufacturers can use Caustic Recovery Plants (CRP) by Körting Hannover AG to lower the quantity of caustic soda used in mercerising by impressive 85 per cent. In this way, the plants do not only reduce operating costs substantially but also pollution.