Search Result For
Result(s) found: 6
Yarn Expo Autumn to focus on regenerated yarn
Yarn Expo Autumn 2019 will feature a wide array of different yarn and fibre materials, including regenerated and recycled yarn. Sustainably-produced regenerated cellulose fibres are on offer, along with plenty of recycled options that close the loop in the fashion industry.
Shree's unmatched growth of garments made with Liva
Shree – The Indian Avatar has observed almost 1,500 per cent growth in demand for its garments made from Liva fabrics. Owing to the rise in demand of Liva, the new age fluid fabric from the Aditya Birla Group, Shree now boasts a production of 2,50,000 garments per month made from Liva from just 15,000 garments per month.
Birla Spunshades gets USDA certification
Biobased products from Grasim Industries are cost competitive, readily available, and perform as well as or better than their conventional counterparts.
Birla Cellulose at Intertextile Shanghai
Shows fashion collections made from Birla Modal and other fibres. Birla Cellulose, a division of the $40 billion Aditya Birla Group and a world leader in speciality viscose staple fibres (VSF)
Birla Cellulose to participate at Intertextile Shanghai
Birla Cellulose, a division of the $40 billion Aditya Birla Group and a world leader in speciality viscose staple fibres (VSF) has embarked on a journey of adding more collaboration’s in China. And to do so, is participating at Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics, which runs from October 13-15, 2015 in Shanghai at stall No. 5.32, E32.
Birla Cellulose bags Frost & Sullivan Award
Sustainability - we often hear about this, but what does it really mean? It means changing the way we think about how we use our resources and make small changes that have a big impact on nature and community. To this cause and with a mission ´to assist the adoption of Green Manufacturing Practices across Indian Manufacturing Companies´, Frost & Sullivan held its 2015 Edition of ´India Sustainability Summit´ on May 22, 2015 at Hyatt Regency, Mumbai.