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"We only offer products that are GOTS certified"
In 1996, the embroidery company Brands Polska sp. z.o.o. in the village of Somonino, near Gdansk in Poland was founded and continuously expanded with new finishing techniques. In 2002, Brands Fashion GmbH was founded as a textile trade and service company in the town of Buchholz in Lower Saxony, Germany with an extensive network of suppliers in Europe, Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia and Pakistan.
Sangam ushers in seamless revolution with Channel Nine
Days of weave, cut, stitch & sew are gone, and seamless technology is the in-thing in women´s intimate, active and casual wear, say the top brass from the Sangam (India) Ltd, Bhilwara, which has launched India´s first brand´CHANNEL NINE´born of a ´seamless experience´.
Demand side management in textiles in Bangladesh
Trade encouragement policies of the western countries, availability of cheap labour and low energy costs have provided Bangladesh with huge potential in the global clothing market, especially in EU and the US, feel Rakesh Kumar Goyal and Dr RP Agarwal
Pothys invests in smoke detection with VESDA
Pothys is one of the largest chains of textile showrooms operating in South India with a net worth of over Rs 100 crore. Pothys displays and sells a wide range of high quality silk garments and sarees and their flagship store is located in Chennai.
Visagar Polytex forges ahead with value addition, to expand
As you enter the compact office of Visagar Polytex Ltd, located near Andheri West (Mumbai) on the SV Road, one notices more than its name what is written under its logo -- You Dream, We Create. This sums up what Visagar Poltex has been doing since its inception: Adding value to its products, which include primarily ethnic wear.
"New Textile Policy of Maharashtra will be launched soon"
Subhash Desai, a leader of Shiv Sena, took charge as the Cabinet Minister of Industries after the Shiv Sena-BJP alliance grabbed the power in Maharashtra on December 5, 2014. He is a member of Maharashtra Legislative Council elected from Mumbai.
Textile exports fall short of target in FY15
Textile exports in 2014-15 registered a 3 per cent growth at $41.7 billion, against the targeted $45 billion. There was a significant uptick in the overseas sales of handicrafts (17 per cent), carpets (15 per cent), ready made garments (12 per cent), silk (13 per cent), and wool and woollen textiles (18 per cent).