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Manual lever now even more ergonomic
Finer adjustment of the yarn suction force, lower compressed air consumption for the same yarn tension, smooth, ergonomic compressed-air valve – all promises fulfilled by the modernised AS H 32 and AS H 38 yarn suction devices.
Indian garment & textile industry must re-weave itself
“New trends will shape the future of Indian textile and apparel segment in the coming period. Businesses that can recognise the ebb and flow of the market and focus on adopting sustainability and recyclability in their business models will bounce back more strongly," says Raj Manek.
The long-lasting boom in retail industry
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has impacted every sector of our economy and the most prominent being retail. The work from home and social distancing measures has made every requirement of ours just a click away.
UNDERJEANS by Spykar to energise men underwear category
As the economy and the world are adapting to the new normal, Spykar is introducing a revolution in the men’s underwear category with their latest launch – UNDERJEANS; innerwear with the soul of jeans.
Polygiene launching improved ViralOff tech
Polygiene is launching its newly developed formula of ViralOff® with a lifetime of garment washability, proving performance against SARS-CoV-2 with over 99 per cent reduction of microbes in the material within two hours.
PLI Scheme a shot in the arm for MMF & tech textiles
The Union Cabinet gave its approval to extend the Production- Linked Incentive (PLI) scheme to textile products along with nine other new sectors entailing additional financial outlay of Rs 1460 billion over a 5-year period
NITMA hails removal of ADD on acrylic fibre
Sanjay Garg, President, NITMA said that NITMA welcomes the Government’s decision to revoke the anti-dumping duty on acrylic fibre originating in or exported from Thailand and imported into India.
Robust pumps for sophisticated special fibres
At first glance, rowing boats, the Airbus 380, safety equipment, and stadium roofing have very little in common. They receive their specific properties as a result of the use of special fibres, among other things: aramid fibres and carbon fibres are processed into special yarns that are frequently deployed as compound materials.
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