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Yet to Unlock Potential
The components and accessory segments of the textile machinery industry have been offering immense scope since the time the industry shifted from West to East, but the Indian industry is yet to tap their full potential, finds the ITJ report.
French technology at ITMA
The machines our members will introduce in Shanghai have all of these characteristics; moreover, the services our members offer in China with their own subsidiaries, service centers and with their local representatives are really at the top.
Robust spinning segment raises machinery output
The production of the textile engineering industry (TEI) during 2016-17 recorded a nominal increase of 1 per cent to `6,650 crore as against `6,580 crore achieved during the previous year, mainly due the substantial increase in production of spinning machinery. Spinning machinery sector is expected to raise their production further during 2017-18.
A great success for amec!
There were 59 Spanish exhibiting companies at ITMA in Milan, of which 33 are associated to amec amtex, Spanish Textile Machinery Manufacturers Association.
10% of French textile machinery goes to India
Thirty companies, often world leaders on their specific markets belong to the French textile machinery manufacturers´ association, well known as UCMTF. Their total annual consolidated turnover of 1 billion Euros makes France the sixth textile machinery exporter.
French textile machinery seminars in Uzbekistan
This April 2015, UCMTF, the French textile machinery manufacturers ´association was invited by Ilkhom KHAYDAROV, Uzbek Minister in charge of the textile industry and Chairman of the Board of the state joint-stock company for the light industry ´Uzbekyengilsanoat´, to organise two seminars in Uzbekistan.
Machinery import soars as local high-tech R&D front limps
Good news: Textile machinery production has gone up by 15 per cent in 2013-14 out of which spinning machinery´s contribution is over 50 per cent. Bad news: Textile machinery import is still soaring, and attempt to produce high-tech machines in India is a non-starter.
Sasmira: A torch-bearer in agrotech
The Synthetic & Art Silk Mills´ Research Association (SASMIRA), established in 1950, is a co-operative venture set up by the man-made textile industry of India as a multi-functional institute to serve its scientific and technological needs. Major projects executed in the last few years include technical textile
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