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Demand for Indian home textiles is expected to continue to grow at over 8 per cent as seen in the recent past, aided by exports to traditional markets and deeper penetration into non-traditional markets.
"We outsource our entire, product portfolio"
Established by Nowrosjee Wadia in 1879 as a small operation of Indian spun cotton yarn dip dyed by hand, Bombay Dyeing has now grown to be one of the most respected and trusted brands in the country.
Bombay Dyeing to re-enter readymade apparel segment
After a long gap, Wadia group’s textile company Bombay Dyeing is looking at entering readymade apparel once again with menswear products. Earlier, it had an apparel brand, Vivaldi, which the company sold to Proline to manage.
Bombay Dyeing Q3 loss widens
Bombay Dyeing and Manufacturing reported widening of its standalone net loss at Rs 78.15 crore for the third quarter ended December 31.
Impact of recession on textile sector in India
The 2008 recession was another defining moment in the life of Indian textile industry, and a study by Rajan Nagpal & Ronak Agarwal reveals the effect of the slowdown on the return on equity % and the profit margin % of the major textile firms following that period.
Digital´s 29% Leap!
Digital printing is poised to capture a bigger share in the Indian market as the industry has started enjoying and reaping benefits of its technological advances. The ITJ Exclusive Report attempts to scan a view of this booming digital printing scenario.
Dr Anupkumar Rakshit joins Suvin Advisors
Dr Anupkumar Rakshit has 37 years of hands-on experience profound knowledge of manufacturing product innovation. Dr Rakshit´s association with Suvin would facilitate the entire value chain of the textile industry.
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