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ECLIPSE keeps growing successfully with Brueckner
The ECLIPSE management team worked extensively with the German company Brueckner to define requirements and customise the design of the machine to ensure that all expectations were met or exceeded in all regards.
Earn more money with Rieter Compact-Spinning System
The Rieter compact-spinning system with the high-performance card C 80, comber E 90, ring spinning machine G 38 and the compacting device COMPACTdrum is known for very good yarn quality, the highest possible level of flexibility and low production costs.
Indian government abolishes All India Handloom Board
The All India Handloom Board (AIHB), constituted in 1992, with the aim to advise the Government in formulating policy for the overall development of the handloom sector, has been abolished by the Indian government.
Kanpur institute develops aromatic fabric
You may no longer need to wear an expensive perfume — your clothes may have a fragrance of their own. The medical textile laboratory of the Fragrance and Flavour Development Centre (FFDC) in Kanpur, has developed clothes that have a fragrance of their own and can survive even after multiple washes.
N9 World launches Swiss antiviral performance for India
N9 World Technologies Resil Chemicals have signed an agreement with Consolidated Pathways to incorporate unique Swiss antiviral and antimicrobial technologies into sustainable, cost effective custom blends for the textile industry.
CCI to boost cotton exports to Bangladesh, Vietnam
The Cotton Corporation of India (CCI), which is holding surplus stocks of cotton just ahead of the next harvest season, is trying to boost exports of the fibre crop. A memorandum of understanding is being worked out to export 1.5-2 million bales (of 170 kilograms each) of cotton to Bangladesh while the state-run CCI will also set up its own warehouse in Vietnam to boost cotton exports.
AATCC announces new online test method training module
AATCC, a not-for-profit association, has announced that to brush up on the basics of textile testing or get detailed instruction on specific methods, AATCC’s new online test method training modules are a valuable resource. One can customise their training experience by selecting any of the four modules which will be available from September 23.
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