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Printing Goes Green
Talk about textile printing today—rotary screen, DTG or digital—the new winds of change blowing across this industry scream: WE ARE GOING GREEN. Lesser space, faster speed, reduced ink usage and eco-friendly processes are at the heart and soul of this transformation.
Embee launches next big revolution: LaserBird!
Easy operation, zero maintenance cost and lower energy cost make Laserbird fly higher among innovations in rotary screen stripping machines.
Embee, established in 1956 with a small beginning, always believed in continuous innovation and research for the betterment of today’s and tomorrow’s commitments to the textile industry. Today, Embee provides a complete range of rotary printing solutions. Innovation has been not only a core strength, but also a tradition at Embee. As Embee is continuously working on bringing technology and innovation together, the company now completely understands the challenges faced in textile industry. Challenges such as slow output, space and energy consumption, hazardous chemicals, maintenance cost, manpower requirement and difficulty in operation slows down the productivity of the industry.
Govt should clear air on TUF Scheme soon
In an interview with the ITJ team, Hardik Shah, Director - Marketing, Embee India, provides a SWOT analysis on the Indian textile industry, and the wish-list for the government.
Embee's systematic colour kitchen
The use of conveyor systems in colour kitchens not only improves efficiency, but also contains the movement of these colour tubs within the designated area. It is generally accepted that colour kitchens associated to the fabrics and yarns dyeing sectors
Europe still dominates in textile technology, but India is no laggard. It has created its own niche. With 158 exhibitors at the present ITMA 2015, Indian textile machinery and spares industry has come a long way to spread its wings since 1975 when at the same Milan, India fielded a lone exhibitor. An ITJ Report previews the current scenario.
Global competition is the major issue
Global competition: Indian units have been facing competition from other countries like Taiwan, South Korea, China, Bangladesh, Pakistan, etc.