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A.T.E offers GA Morgan’s automated cutting solutions
A.T.E. now offers automated cutting room solutions from GA Morgan. The company has entered into an exclusive agreement with GA Morgan Dynamics Private Limited, India, for the marketing and sales of cutting room machinery and software systems.
Biden & Modi push for development of technical textiles
Manufacturing boost will play a vital role in the building of global economy. Yesterday, United States’ President-elect Joseph R. Biden, Jr, unveiled Rescue and Recovery plan to counter the pandemic and grow the economy.
B&R India completes expansion of new warehouse
B&R India, one of the leading automation companies in India recently extended its warehousing and logistics space at Chakan, Pune as a response to continuous growth the company is experiencing and foreseeing in the future.
Messe Frankfurt’s Techtextil India goes hybrid in 2021
The new hybrid edition of Techtextil India poised to be held from 1 – 3 September 2021 at Hall 4, Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai, will connect technical textile players from across the globe through its multimodal platform.
Digitisation is the key to growth in post-COVID era
Addressing FICCI TAG 2021, 12th annual conference on the theme 'Repositioning Indian Textiles and Strategising for Growth in the Post-COVID World', Ajay Arora of D’décor said digitisation is key to growth in Indian textile industry.
Healthy rise in fibre production: Ind-Ra
Ind-Ra December 2020 report highlights the trends in the sub-segments of the textile sector, including cotton, man-made fibres (MMF), yarns and fabric with a focus on commodity prices, imports/exports, production and recent rating actions.
Trust Protocol welcomes its first Latin America members
The US Cotton Trust Protocol welcomed its first Latin America-based members. Among other benefits, membership enables these mills and manufacturers to prove that the cotton fibre element in their textiles is more sustainably grown.
Input cost of textile engineering industry rising: TMMA
TMMA expressed, in its recently held 60th AGM serious concerns about the rising prices of the raw materials especially steel. At the time of booking April-May-June quarter, the steel prices were 15-40 per cent lesser than the current rates.