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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.
Tecnorama celebrates its 30th anniversary
In November 1984, he decided to found Tecnorama to produce machinery for textile industry, thanks to his experience gained first as dye-house director of some important woolen mill of Prato (Banci Walter, Luigi Pacini), then as sales agent of dyestuffs and auxiliaries of a well known Italian-German group (AIC/Hoechst) and, finally, as dye technician in its proper dye plant (Selenerama).
'Key factor for our success is devotion to what we do'
Sclavos´ history traces back to 1948 when the company was established in Athens Greece by Spyros Sclavos and Evangelos Skepariotis. The main business of the company, at the start, was parts manufacturing and repair works for textile machinery.
Nanofinish in textile: An emerging technology
The use of nanotechnology in the textile industry has increased rapidly due to its unique and valuable properties, affirm Tanveer Malik and TK Sinha.
Finishing is the final step in the fabric manufacturing process, the last chance to provide the properties that customer will value.
Malegaon cluster: New strategy minimises textile waste
Kolhapur region boasts of overall development of industrial sector. The industrial units comprises of sugar, textiles and automobiles. The region experienced growth of textile sector in the last decade and still it is continued.
Arvind readies for big jump with GAP & e-commerce
In 1993, Arvind Ltd, one of the largest integrated textile and branded apparel player from Gujarat, brought the iconic Arrow brand to India. From since on, the company never looked back. Arvind scaled a new peak in brands when recently it announced the tie-up for presenting the iconic GAP
Value addition holds key to future growth
The art of textile making began to develop in the Stone Age. The first textile fabric was probably a nonwoven crude felt, made by compressing loose clumps of fleece from wild sheep. The second stage was invention of yarn which was extracted from various barks of various plants in accordance to their availability.
A.T.E. represents Corino in south India
A.T.E. has been representing Corino Macchine S.p.A., Italy, for their range of processing machinery over most of India for the last five years. Strengthening the partnership between A.T.E. and Corino further, the representation is now extended to cover South India as well, thus covering all of India. A.T.E. will also be taking care of after-sales service for Corino-including erection.