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MHA guidelines: Restarting biz in different States
April 2020
Let’s take a look at how the various State governments are working in managing the health crisis with a view on reviving their economies, following the MHA’s guidelines.
IIT makes anti-infection fabric to curb infections
March 2020
The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) here has developed an “infection-proof fabric” to be used at hospitals to prevent hospital-acquired infections (HAIs).
India’s nonwoven market is still in its infancy
October 2019
Autotech Nonwovens is one of the leading manufacturers of nonwoven fabrics for the automotive and filtration industry in India. Located on the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) on NH-8, Autotech Nonwovens is in close proximity of the automotive hubs of Gujarat, Maharashtra as well as the major ports of Western-India.
Colorjet to debut digital printer METRO at GARTEX
August 2018
The METRO stands apart in terms of; maximum printing speed of up to 200 sqm per hour; linear motor technology for fast and precise ink jetting; and lastly water efficient cleaning of sticky belt.
Arts & crafts display at Heimtextil India
June 2018
Now in its 5th edition, the organisers of Heimtextil India & Ambiente India have tied up with the Council of Handicrafts Development Corporations to display India’s heritage art and crafts.
Huge spandex project in Maharashtra
February 2018
Hyosung Corporation, the largest global spandex producer of South Korea, which is working with several leading Indian players in the textile field is likely to invest around Rs 3,000 crore Maharashtra’s spandex project.
Sweden keen on tie-up with Aditya Birla Group on smart textiles
December 2017
Sven-Erik Bucht Minister for Rural Affairs from the Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation Sweden arrived in Mumbai to discuss a joint project on smart textiles involving potentially Aditya Birla Group, Swedish company Domsjö and the two governments as well as the European Union. The minister visited the Aditya Birla Group Textile Research Application Development Centre at Kharach in Gujarat, which is India’s pioneer in viscose staple fibre (VSF), a man-made, bio-degradable fibre with characteristics akin to cotton. The prime aim of this visit is to boost development on smart textiles from using VSF, cellulosic fibre and pulp as an alternative to cotton and hence the Aditya Birla group is a natural fit with its easily blendable cellulosic fibre.
TexMin to brand handicraft items
February 2017
The Ministry of Textiles, Government of India, is working on branding of handicraft items, which will be introduced to the market very soon, a top official said. The branding exercise is very similar to that of handloom items, which has been launched recently.
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