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Dynabrade India celebrates 10th anniversary
Dynabrade India is a 100 per cent subsidiary of the US-based Dynabrade Inc. It was formally established in March 2007, though the company had some distributors in the country since the late 1990s.
Maharashtra to design solar power scheme for textile mills
In order to make more power available to the textile industry in Maharashtra, the Government of Maharashtra will design a scheme for enabling the use of solar power by textile mills, according to the State’s Textile Minister Subhash Deshmukh.
NITRA embraces green power
Today solar energy has established itself as one of the most non-conventional energy resources to steadily replace conventional energy sources such as the hydro electricity and thermal power, as the production of conventional energy is not likely to meet the future electricity demand of the world.
Marvel puts workers in safe hands
Marvel Gloves has entered into a partnership with Atom Corporation, Japan for distributing their range of industrial gloves in India. ‘Covering safety needs of working hands’ is the motto of Atom Corporation, Japan, a manufacturer of protective gloves of global repute.
Make in India:Is it happening?
Make in India has been a major programme of our Prime Minister and rightfully so as we have truly lagged behind in the manufacturing sector. There have been many conferences, programme and discussions on the same ´ the press is always full of mention of Make in India. We ourselves are a manufacturer who sell domestically and also export across the globe.
AP to slash power tariff for spinning mills
The Government of Andhra Pradesh has proposed to drastically slash power tariff to spinning mills in the State to uplift the textile industry. The spinning mills provide employment to four lakh people in the State, but several mills are on the verge of closure due to heavy losses.
A cabinet sub-committee headed by Finance Minister Yanamala Ramakrishnudu has formally moved a proposal to offer power at Rs 2 per unit to the spinning mills.
TN gears up to uplift textile sector
The Tamil Nadu government is gearing up to launch new schemes to uplift the State’s textile sector, which: increasing free power to handloom from 100 units to units 200 units a month and from 500 units to 700 units a month for the powerlooms.
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