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GWRL and Israel’s Aero–T ink MOU
Garware-Wall Ropes Ltd (GWRL) announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Israel’s Aero-T showing intention to combine their capability for manufacturing and supply of advanced aerostats for Indian Defence.
Garware-Wall Ropes’ net sales up 15%
Garware-Wall Ropes Ltd (GWRL), a leading manufacturer of technical textiles for the Indian and global markets, which announced its financial results for the fourth quarter and financial year ended March 31st, 2017.
Jakob Muller's systems and solutions for narrow fabrics
Founded in Switzerland in 1887, Jakob Müller AG is the world’s leading company with regards to technology for the manufacture of woven and knitted tapes and webbing, woven ropes, woven labels and technical textiles, printed narrow fabrics, dyeing, make-up and winding machinery.
GWRL has many new products in the pipeline
Established in 1976, Garware-Wall Ropes Limited (GWRL) was started in collaboration with Wall Industries Inc, USA. GWRL, an ISO 9001:2008 certified company. It is a leading player in technical textiles specialising in providing customised solutions to the cordage and infrastructure industry worldwide. The company is known for its innovation in the field of sports, fisheries, aquaculture, shipping, coated fabrics and geosynthetics.
GWRL posts 35% increase in profits
Garware-Wall Ropes Ltd (GWRL), a leading manufacturer of technical textiles for the Indian and global markets has achieved a sales revenue of Rs 225.06 crore in Q1FY17 as compared to Rs 239.32 crore in Q1FY16.
43.3% rise in Garware-Wall Ropes’ net profit
Garware-Wall Ropes Ltd (GWRL), a leading manufacturer of technical textiles for the Indian and global markets, has announced its financial results for the third quarter ended December 31st, 2015.
The world of fibres and yarns
What do handbags, hovercrafts, habitats, hang-gliding, halyards, healthcare and horticulture have in common? Natural fibres like wool, cotton, silk, jute and linen were used to make textiles more than 5,000 years ago. Textiles, once used primarily as a means of protecting oneself from the environment and for ornamentation, has moved beyond the home into construction, transportation, aerospace, agriculture and medicare, over the last hundred years.