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Impact of cost on profit in spinning mills
The effect of changes in cost parameters viz, raw material cost (RMC), yarn selling price (YSP), power cost, packing materials etc., and operational parameters like production rate, spindle utilisation, yarn realisation, saleable wastes etc., on profit is estimated and expressed in cost so that the importance will be more significant, says S Mariappan.
Sustainable fibres for textiles and apparels
In ecology, sustainability (from sustain and ability) is the property of biological systems to remain diverse and productive indefinitely. Long-lived and healthy wetlands and forests are examples of sustainable biological systems.
Teijin and Makita launch world’s 1st fan jacket
Teijin Limited has jointly developed the world’s first fan-cooled jacket incorporating a two-layer pressure-controlled cooling structure together with Makita Corporation, a leading Japanese manufacturer of electric power tools.
Modernisation in spinning mills
Modernisation should always be viewed along with the selection of required automations, opine J Sreenivasan & NK Nagarajan of SITRA.
Solar Charkha Mission partners with womenswear brand
Womenswear brand W by TCNS Clothing has partnered with Solar Charkha Mission, an initiative by the Government of India, to revive and promote swadeshi handwoven fabric, for the launch of Harit Khadi items.
ELGi helps Sri Jayavilas Textiles save Rs 43 lakh
Sri Jayavilas Textiles saves Rs 43 lakh in annual energy costs by implementing measures identified in air audit. After completing all the changes, the company expects to save another Rs 40 lakh.
Aleading name in the textile market in South India, Sri Jayavilas Textiles produces combed and carded single and double cotton yarn. Its plant in Aruppukkotai, near Madurai, produces 7,200 tonnes of cotton yarn and has an annual turnover of Rs 120 crore.
Maharashtra approves textile policy for 2018-23
The Maharashtra cabinet has approved a new textile policy for 2018-2023 to attract investment of Rs 36,000 crore and generate 10 lakh jobs. Reducing power tariff and raising capital subsidy for spinning mills are two key aspects of the policy, which takes forward the ‘Make in Maharashtra’ idea to strengthen the cotton industry and silk business.