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Sateri’s breakthrough in viscose production using waste
June 2020
The high quality new fibre uses a mix of dissolving pulp made from recycled post-consumer textile waste by Swedish company Södra, and other PEFC-certified wood pulp.
India to hit $7 bn in MMF textiles exports in 2020: SRTEPC
January 2020
Exports of Indian man-made fibre (MMF) textiles is expected to reach $7 billion by the end of fiscal 2020-21, witnessing a growth of at least 10 per cent from the current level, according to Ronak Rughani, Chairman of the Synthetic and Rayon Textiles Export Promotion Council (SRTEPC).
Birla Cellulose manufactures viscose fibre using pre-consumer cotton waste
November 2019
Birla Cellulose, one of the global leaders in man-made cellulose fibre (MMCF), has achieved a breakthrough in manufacturing viscose fibre using pre-consumer cotton fabric waste.
Livaeco, Birla Cellulose’s step towards SDG
October 2019
The United Nations in the year 2015 came up with 17 Sustainable Development Goals as a standard which each country had to achieve by the year 2030 in order to bring about their overall development.
Birla Cellulose to reduce water intensity by 50% by 2025
October 2019
Birla Cellulose has targeted to reduce its water intensity by 50 per cent by 2025 from baseline year 2015.
ITOCHU to invest in acquisition of Lycra
February 2019
ITOCHU Corporation announced its participation, by capital investment, in the acquisition of US-based The LYCRA Company by its capital alliance and business partner Shandong Ruyi Science and Technology Group.
Grasim VSF revenue soars 35%
August 2018
In the first quarter of fiscal 2018-19, the revenue of Grasim Industries from the viscose staple fibre (VSF) business has climbed 35 per cent to Rs 2,480 crore and EBITDA has been recorded at Rs 3,212 crore, up by 33 per cent.
Methods to control waste in multiplying process
December 2017
High-waste generation at cop winder would lead to loss of production, find NK Mahajan, RN Turukmane, DS Borse, RD Parsi and SK Dey. The Indian man-made fibre industry is creating a benchmark in allied fibre production, similarly competing with global man-made fibre industries. Some industries have practices to produce fibre, yarn and filaments on large scale without the measure to control hard waste during the multiplying process. This is why they cannot stand in the international market in terms of quality productivity.
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