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Walmart pushes for technology & talent
As part of reviving manufacturing, Walmart advocates for developing talent and technology. Speaking at the 2017 international conference of the AATCC in Wilmington, Joe Quinn, Senior Director of Public Affairs at Walmart presented a case for growing talent and new technologies to drive growth in manufacturing and economy.
Nextt makes India foray
US-based home textile company Nextt, which is as a key supplier to big retailers such as Walmart, Target, Kohl´s, Dillard´s, etc., may soon introduce its popular brands to Indian market, according to its CEO Arun Agarwal who has been in India to explore what he says ´Make in India´ possibilities.
"Digital printing has no limitation in design"
Textile entrepreneurs now are investing heavily in digital technology, which is the fastest growing method of printing textiles. The market for digital printing technologies is moving out of the preliminary laps and gaining momentum in India.
A welspun saga of success
By commissioning a 1.7-lakh spindle automated spinning plant exclusively for fine and super-fine yarn at Anjar in Gujarat, Welspun has spun a new success story in backward integration.
DBL Group chooses Santex once again!
DBL Group is a diversified and integrated knit garments manufacturing & composite industry with a strong backward linkage. It is one of the largest and 100 per cent export oriented composite knit garments and textiles manufacturing companies in Bangladesh.
Bharti Retail brings Walmarts Craig Wimsatt on board
Deciding to venture into the country´s multi-brand retail segment on its own, after breaking ties with American retail giant Walmart, Bharti Enterprises has now roped in Walmart´s Craig Wimsatt on board.
Greg Foran joins Walmart China
Greg Foran will replace Scott Price as the new chief executive for Walmart China. Price is named as executive vice president for international strategy and will handle a wide range of global operations including development, real estate and mergers and acquisition.
Welspun focus on home textiles, steps into carpet making
Barely less than three decades ago, Welspun Group was incorporated with its Textile Business Division, which as aggressive as any of its other 4 divisions, has emerged as a fully-integrated home textile giant
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