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SIMA CD & RA to focus on ELS & organic cotton
January 2021
The Central Government plans to increase production of high quality Extra Long Staple (ELS) cotton, organic cotton and naturally coloured cotton under “AtmaNirbhar Bharat Abhiyan” and involving SIMA CD & RA in all activities and policy matters.
Can anti-viral fabrics be the game changer?
September 2020
Several big players in the industry have launched fabrics and clothing that they claim can provide protection against the COVID-19 virus. Is it really foolproof or just a marketing gimmick? The ITJ cover story delves deeper into this.
Antiviral fabric: The new buzzword
August 2020
Antibacterial treatment of clothing was already relatively widespread before the Covid-19 outbreak, marketed as a way consumers could critically reduce the frequency of washing their clothes but the pandemic has hastened demand for its protective qualities.
COVID 19 to give fillip to technical textile industry
May 2020
Speaking to Rakesh Rao of ITJ, Dr S K Sundararaman, MD, Shiva Texyarn, delves into challenges and opportunities for technical textile industry against the background of COVID 19 pandemic
Who´s Who: Y-Gen
October 2015
Anuj Bhagwati, who now heads the A.T.E. Group, joined the Group in 1994. He has been actively involved in a wide range of activities in the group: he introduced IT to the group, managed several companies, put together joint ventures, and has been a part of divestments, turnarounds, start-ups and scale-ups. In the process he has transformed A.T.E. into a modern and technology oriented group.
On a Skilling Spree!
September 2015
Skilling the labour is priority on the agenda of industry and the Government, and modernisation and rapid growth vital for the export-based textile industry depend solely on the progress of this new drive. An ITJ Report sizes up the mission of this skilling spree
Nonwoven potential huge: ITTA meet
March 2015
In spite of slowdown in nonwovens, following general economy, the global per capita consumption is expected to grow from 1 kg to 2011 to 2 kg by 2025. And nonwoven and nonwoven-based products find wide applications in personal & healthcare, infrastructure, air & water purification and mobility.
Glen Raven Concept Gallery sparks innovative ideas
January 2015
Concept Gallery, organised by the US headquarters of Glen Raven Inc, displayed more than 150 different products providing the spark for innovation. The event designed to encourage the initiative of experimenting with technically textile material in various industries from automotive, petrochemicals, construction, mining, and geo-synthetics to filtration and protective fabrics for the police, military, fire fighters, etc
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