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Automation: Stitching a bright future
The major technological advancements associated with the First Industrial Revolution - that lasted from the mid-18th century to about 1830 - were concerned with textile manufacturing, especially spinning. John Kay’s invention of flying shuttle, which enabled wider cloth to be woven faster, in 1767 marked the beginning of modernisation (or automation) in the textile industry.
The year that was
The expectation from the new government in the centre was very high. However the situations at the ground level did not alter much. The government´s attention was concentrated on macro issues. This could not lift the morale of the industry.
Knitcon-2015: Understanding prospects of knitting industry
Knitcon-2015 was a day-long conference organised for the first time in the eastern region by the Federation of Hosiery Manufacturers Association of India (FOHMA) in association with West Bengal Hosiery Association (WBHA) and Bengal Hosiery Manufacturer Association (BHMA).
Made to Measure: Still a long way to go
Made to Measure concept has not yet clicked in India since delivery and price issues are still to be tackled to make MTM convenient and comfortable to people, opines Shipra Sharma.
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