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F&A & HOMTEX returns to Bengaluru
In to its 12th edition, the 2015 edition of the Fabrics & Accessories Trade Show (F&A Show) returns from March 12-14, 2015 to the Trade Centre, Whitefield, Bengaluru and is set to offer an enhanced all-round sourcing experience with a large number of exhibitors showcasing a wide range of yarns, fabrics, accessories and services.
ANDRITZ to supply nonwovens line for flushable wipes to Turkish firm
ANDRITZ Nonwoven, part of international technology Group ANDRITZ, has received an order to supply a complete wetlace line to the leading Turkish nonwovens producer Akinal Sentetik Tekstil. The highly flexible ANDRITZ technology combines wet forming and hydroentanglement and is especially suitable for the production of flushable wipes that are dispersible and 100 per cent biodegradable without any chemical binder.
Ford´s investment in India to aid nonwoven usage
Global automobile giant Ford will invest in a new integrated manufacturing facility in Sanand, India. Ford will invest one billion US dollars to set up an integrated manufacturing facility, which will produce latest models by June 2015.
NHPA2015 focuses on advanced nonwovens
Advanced nonwovens are a high-tech success story, as companies search for new margins and applications away from the established commodity nonwovens sector. What developments can be expected in this area? What is the potential for growth for advanced?
GTTES-2015: A focused event with a difference
Global Textile Technology & Engineering Show (GTTES), the maiden show, which the organisers, India-ITME Society says is a business event with a difference, is slated to to be held from January 20-22, 2015 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre (BEC), Goregaon Mumbai.
Qualiscan QMS-12 Online Quality Controller
Qualiscan QMS-12 is the name of the quality control system from Mahlo GmbH in Saal/Donau. For many many years now online monitoring and control appliances have been used in an effort to improve standards
Russia woos big brands
The Russian authorities have invited foreign clothing brands to localise their production in Russia, Deputy Industry and Trade Minister Viktor Yevtukhov says. Yevtukhov explains that State support programmes currently envisage subsidies for partially recovering the costs of materials,
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