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Birla Cellulose’s Vilayat site complies with EU BAT
June 2021
Birla Cellulose’s Grasim Vilayat site has commissioned the Carbon-disulphide Adsorption Plant (CAP) and achieved the sulphur-to- air emission norms in the EU BAT references for the viscose manufacturing process.
Sateri to expand Lyocell production in China
March 2021
Sateri, the world's largest producer of viscose fibre, is planning to expand its Lyocell production in China, with total planned annual capacity of up to 500,000 tonnes by 2025.
Textile manufacturing in India: A legacy, building the future of industry
March 2021
The pandemic has brought about major changes across the globe. This health crisis has affected all across, manufacturing and textiles included. Volatility has become a synonym for market. However, there is a bright side to every challenge.
APR to ramp up VSF production
February 2021
Asia Pacific Rayon (APR) plans to increase its production capacity to 600,000 tonnes to meet the strong growth potential of viscose staple fibre (VSF) and strengthen its market position in Indonesia and regional export markets.
Grasim reports spike in viscose business in Q3 earnings
February 2021
Key Businesses outperform pre-COVID operational levels, leveraging the synergy of a conglomerate and the energy of focused businesses.
NITMA pleads for quick action on ADD on viscose yarn
February 2021
President NITMA, Sanjay Garg pleads for quick notification on ADD on Viscose Spun Yarn originating from Indonesia, Vietnam and China, as recommended by DGTR vide its notification dated 30the December 2020.
NITMA hails ADD on viscose spun, urges ADD for PSY
February 2021
Sanjay Garg, president, North Indian Textile Mills’ Association, hailed the recommendation of DGTR to levy anti-dumping duty on viscose spun yarn. Garg also urged to levy anti-dumping duty on polyester spun yarn.
Remove anti-dumping on VSF, appeals NCTC
January 2021
The National Committee on Textiles & Clothing (NCTC) appealed the Prime Minister to remove Anti-Dumping Duty (ADD) on Viscose Staple Fibre (VSF) and address the VSF spun yarn availability and price issues to prevent job losses.
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