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Textile Ministry steps up procurement of PPE
The Textile Ministry has procured 1,30,000 coverall suits from Indian producers amid a shortage of the protective gear being used by health care workers while treating coronavirus disease patients.
TEA seeks permission to open sampling units
The Tirupur exporters’ association (TEA), India’s largest readymade garments/knitwear hub, has sought the union government’s permission to allow the opening of sampling units to ensure their survival as well as protect employment of lakhs.
1 crore job cuts likely in textile industry: CMAI
There could be as many as one crore job cuts in the textiles sector, which has been severely hit by the ongoing lockdown, if there is no support and revival package from the government, according to apparel industry body Clothing Manufacturers Association of India (CMAI)..
Vardhman resumes operations in Punjab, Himachal & MP
Vardhman Textiles has got permission from the concerned authorities in the States of Punjab for resumption of manufacturing operations of its spinning units situated at Malerkotla and Ludhiana subject to fulfillment of certain conditions.
Milliken pivots textile manufacturing to produce PPE
Milliken & Company, a global textile manufacturer, has announced that it is leveraging its materials science expertise to manufacture personal protective equipment (PPE) for the healthcare industry amid the Covid-19 global pandemic.
TexMin announces new PPE rules
The Union Ministry of Textiles has announced a new regulatory framework for the production of personal protective equipment (PPE) units after reports merged that Indian manufacturers, who failed laboratory tests, have sold their rejected products to a section of private hospitals.
Textile industry stares at Rs 12k cr loss
While the Covid-19 pandemic has completely halted production and new orders, exporters say that payments have also been delayed for the shipments sent before the lockdown.
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