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German tech for Indian textile industry
August 2020
Today, textile machinery engineering is one of the important branches of engineering and plant construction in Germany. The industry produced textile machinery and accessories worth Euro 3 billion in 2019 in Germany and ca.
India is far behind in cotton productivity targets
February 2019
Yes, there is a fall in cotton estimate for the year 2019. During the CAI meeting in January this year, the cotton crop has been estimated at 335 lakh bales of Rs 170 kg/bale.
Kitex Garments on track for expansion
January 2019
Kitex Garments Limited is on track to raise production capacity by over 3.5 times to produce 22 lakh pieces per day by 2025 from the current six lakh pieces of finished garments per day for new-born and babies up to two years.
Patanjali forays into branded apparel space
November 2018
Baba Ramdev-led Patanjali forayed into the fast-growing branded apparel segment through its brand 'Paridhan' and expects a sale of around Rs 1,000 crore next fiscal.
Egypt’s textile exports increase 3%
November 2017
Exports of the Textile Export Council increased 3 per cent in the period between January to October 2017 to stand at $673 million, as compared with $651 million a year earlier, the council said.
HYDRO_BOT to tackle moisture management
March 2017
Five textile industry leaders have joined forces to launch HYDRO_BOT, a new revolutionising technology for moisture management. HYDRO_BOT will solve one of the biggest challenges in sports, work and protective clothing: to transport moisture to match human sweat rates in various climates, conditions and activity levels.
Kenya’s steps to boost textiles
February 2017
Kenya is stitching together a policy to boost textile production and measures include allowing textile firms in export promotion zones to sell up to 20 per cent of their produce locally without paying duties.
Benetton’s new launch focuses on real emotions!
August 2016
away from fashion stereotypes, real moments and real emotions are what life is all about! That is the message behind ‘Clothes for Humans’, the brand new United Colors of Benetton’s (UCB) product and marketing philosophy. Starting this summer, Clothes for Humans will be the unifying force behind three product lines, a global campaign, a brand new website and a series of in-store initiatives and materials, including the ‘magalog’, a hybrid between a magazine and a catalogue that will be distributed in Benetton stores worldwide.
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