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Digital print is vibrant: Hemingway
Wayne Hemingway MBE (WHM): I have always loved print, its vibrancy and eye-catching power. It is a visual art, which is almost impossible to resist as we are visual creatures. Print has made significant advances over the last decade, and the variety of interior applications it is possible to create with digital technology today is just amazing.
Manufacturing to touch $1 trillion by 2025
PHD Chamber organised a Conference on ´PHD manufacturing Signature Series 2015- Zed Effect´ recently at the PHD House, New Delhi which was inaugurated by Narendra Singh Tomar, Hon´ble Union Minister of Steel and Mines, Govt. of India.
Danfoss inaugurates India´s first advanced drives lab
Danfoss India, a leading provider of climate and energy solutions, inaugurated its First Advanced Drives Laboratory set up at the premier Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) as a part of its Industry Academia initiative to boost skilling in the manufacturing sector.
The two global Swiss giants in the textile machinery´Oerlikon & Rieter ´achieved a double-digit growth in 2014. The Oerlikon Group sustained its strong operational performance and reported a sales increase by 16.1 per cent to CHF 3,215 million, driven by organic and inorganic growth.
Siemens Ltd. signs MoU on Smart Cities
The Confederation of the Indian Industry signed two separate Memoranda of Understandings (MoUs) with Siemens Ltd and Hitachi India Ltd to spearhead the conceptualization and implementation of pilot projects in Smart Cities.
Mafatlal vision to forge ahead in textiles
The story of the Mafatlal Group is a stirring saga of a blend of traditional values and modern technology triumphing over circumstances. Mafatlal Gagalbhai, the founder, took over the management of a small mill in Ahmedabad, and named it Shorrock Mill.
The cotton shake-up
Cotton was the first fibre for mankind. Its history is replete with controversies.
Samuel Joseph attempts to delve into some of the recent contentious issues that have blurred the white gold´s image.
Appropriate technology for handloom sector
Handloom weaving is largely decentralised and the weavers are mainly from the vulnerable and weaker sections of the society, who weave for their household needs and also contribute to the production in the textile sector, feels the author.
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