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We plan to put up a Greenfield plant in 2022
Sanrhea Technical Textiles is a stock listed and an ISO 9001:2008 approved firm that set up its facility to manufacture industrial fabrics in 1997 as a small convertor and has grown over the years to become one of the largest and most reputed manufacturers of RFL – dipped fabrics for conveyor belts, tyres and other rubber products. Today, the company has an installed capacity of 160 tonnes per month. Tushar Patel, Managing Director, Sanrhea Technical Textiles speaks regarding the scope for technical textile in India and the future plans of the company.
Embracing natural dyes
The virus has severely hit the global supply chain and has even more extensively hit the manufacturing sectors all around the globe. But not all businesses have been disrupted. Some business opportunities are rolling forward along with new strategies or new business model, write Kumar Vikas.
Making Spinning Smarter
The idea of Jumac smart cans started in early 2019, when the core team, R&D team, and our brand consultants came together towards planning our positioning at the ITMA Barcelona.
Retech invests in continuous innovation
Construction work on the new logistics centre, at Retech’s headquarters in Meisterschwanden, started at the end of February, shortly before the coronavirus pandemic outbreak.
All industries today use compressed air: KS Natarajan
In this interview, KS Natarajan, Managing Director, Trident Pneumatics, speaks on the rising demand for medical oxygen plants due to Covid 19 pandemic, and how they are meeting this growing demand.
Exim issues post-GST clarified at ITAMMA meet
With the onset of GST regime, there have been a lot of concerns amongst the member-exporters regarding LUT/BOND/Bank Guarantee, refunds, fate of export promotion schemes, etc.
Big scope for FDY, IDY in India: Oerlikon meet
In synthetic fibres, Indian market has high potential mid-term for FDY, IDY and staple yarns, which might have been also due to the slowdown in the Chinese economy, said Michael Korobczuk. “There is no change in the strong consolidation in China’s man-made fibre market.
Gangwar inaugurates garment unit at PHWP
The Palladam Hi-tech Weaving Park (PHWP), Palladam was the first park to be developed under the Scheme for Integrated Textile Parks (SITP) of Ministry of Textiles by availing 40 per cent grant from Central Government and 9 per cent grant from the State Government.