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Trident flags off world´s largest terry towel plant
The flagship company of Trident Group, Trident Limited, has inaugurated the world´s largest terry towel pant on 7 October 2014. On the same day, the company also laid the foundation stone of its composite textile project in Budni, Madhya Pradesh. The occasion was graced by the presence of Chief Minster of Madhya Pradesh Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Minster for Revenue and Rehabilitation, Government of Madhya Pradesh Rampal Singh.
Spinnova online monitoring system
Indo Texnology´s Spinnova is an online monitoring system for spinning. Each individual spindle, machine and utility power points are monitored continuously for deviations.
Value addition holds key to future growth
The art of textile making began to develop in the Stone Age. The first textile fabric was probably a nonwoven crude felt, made by compressing loose clumps of fleece from wild sheep. The second stage was invention of yarn which was extracted from various barks of various plants in accordance to their availability.
Improved competitiveness by reducing energy
Energy costs are one of the most important cost factors in textile production. Apart from cutting-edge machinery, a professional energy management system with integrated monitoring can achieve considerable savings.
Energy conservation in textile mills
Energy Conservation in textile mills needs to be given top priority now. The textile industry in Pakistan had stepped up a drive since 2009, to save electricity as 42 spinning mills, after their energy audit, are saving up to 10 percent power without any additional cost, with the technical inputs from GTZ, APO etc.
Wet processing: The road ahead
Textiles have always played a vital role in enhancing the comfort of human life and increasing world population, drives the dynamism and growth potential of the industry. Textile is one of the very few industries, where all the stakeholders involved work in tandem with each other, starting from fibre
Garmenting: Past, Present and Future
The history of clothing is very intriguing and it is believed that wearing clothing can be traced through genetic analysis on human body traces, to as far as 107,000 years ago.Existence of sewing needles date back to 19,000 BC, while the use of dyed flax were found as far as 36,000 BC.