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Industry on ‘wait-n-watch’ mode
The textile industry is keeping its fingers crossed over the emerging threat of coronavirus in the months to come.
LIVA launches LAPF Studio in Tirupur
LIVA, a leading fashion ingredient brand from the Aditya Birla Group launched a state of the art LAPF Studio in Tirupur. This is the third such Studio after NOIDA and New York. LAPF Studios act as a one-stop customer experience centre for innovation, technical, product and marketing solutions.
Lukewarm response to textile package
Tamil Nadu textile industry has reacted positively to the increase in budgetary allocation to the sector at Rs 7,140 crore but insists that concerns over pending funds under various schemes and erosion of pre-GST incentives still hurt the industry.
Tiruppur exporters laud approval of SCBTS
Knitwear and apparel exporters in Tiruppur have lauded the Indian Government for its crucial support to the garment sector by approving a new skill development scheme. The new scheme titled ‘Scheme for Capacity Building in Textile Sector (SCBTS)’ covers the entire value chain of the textile sector excluding spinning and weaving in organised sector.
Tiruppur goes for jute products
Tamil Nadu’s garment production hub Tiruppur has now turned to jute products from cotton. Using a 49-day training offered by the National Jute Board (NJB) in collaboration with the National Institute of Fashion Technology-Tirupur Exporters Association (NIFT-TEA) College of Knitwear Fashion,etc.
DEMONETISATION - Shaken, but not out!
Cash crunch is very much the talk of the town today! Though demonetisation is a bold decision taken by the Government, it has left a sudden jerk in the entire textile chain. Textile retailers faced the immediate impact and other intermediaries in the value chain are facing it now with a lag of a few weeks with reduced orders due to slower offtake.
Cotton dyeing sans water!
The NIFT-TEA Knitwear Fashion Institute is collaborating with Synthetic and Arts Silk Mills Research (SASMIRA) to develop a machine for dyeing cotton fabrics without the use of water. The proposed machine will be similar to the one developed by SASMIRA for dyeing polyester fabrics, which uses liquefied carbon dioxide instead of water.
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