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Textiles Industry Update: Cotton & MMF - Outlook 2020
India’s cotton production is likely to witness a decline of about 15.7 per cent in cotton season (CS) 2018-19 with production at 5.3 billion kg during the year on back of fall in acreage under cotton due to unfavourable weather conditions and uneven and inadequate rainfall in key cotton-growing States.
Textile Secretary advises to diversify into polyester
CITI organised an interactive meeting with Ravi Capoor, Secretary, Ministry of Textiles, Government of India with the office-bearers of 48 textile Associations in South India representing the entire textile value chain.
Diversify to polyester textile products – advises Secretary (Textiles)
The Confederation of Indian Textile Industry (CITI), the National apex body for the textiles & clothing industry across the Nation, organised an interactive meeting with Ravi Capoor, Secretary, Ministry of Textiles, Government of India with the office-bearers of 48 textile Associations in South India representing the entire textile value chain.
RoDTEP to replace MEIS among sops for export
As part of her third stimulus package for the economy, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman unveiled a set of stimulus measures to boost exports and the housing sector.
German technologies stir up avid interest
VDMA’s German Technology Meets Indian Textiles and Nonwovens, organised by the Textile Machinery Association of VDMA in Mumbai recently was a 2-day event with about 31 interesting papers presented by leading companies including Monforts, Truetzschler, Groz-Beckert, Erbatech,Texpa, ZSK, Bruckner, Festo, Oerlikon, Dornier, Karl Mayer, Mayer & Cie, Benninger, Dilo, Andritz, Neunhauser, Setex, Thies and Autefa.
Textile exports: Yesterday, today & tomorrow
India is changing its colour from traditions to fashion and textile and apparel industry is the best observer to witness the same. We are growing and expanding to be precise we are developing beyond boundaries. From a country once considered only as a farmers land. India today has explored and is competing in each and every segment from textiles to electronics, our presence is dominant everywhere.
Big potential for Indo-Bangla ties
The Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh, Harsh Vardhan Shringla has said that both countries need to work together to tap the benefits of global textile industry changes.