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Antiviral fabric is the new normal
COVID 19 pandemic has raised the awareness about safety and hygiene with companies fast-tracking their product development processes to meet evolving market needs. Clothing brands are also snapping it up to protect fashion consumers from COVID19.
Can anti-viral fabrics be the game changer?
Several big players in the industry have launched fabrics and clothing that they claim can provide protection against the COVID-19 virus. Is it really foolproof or just a marketing gimmick? The ITJ cover story delves deeper into this.
A link to quality textile mills
Air engineering has been playing an increasingly important role in producing products of international quality. Reliable compressed air is crucial in advanced textile manufacturing processes today.
A Maha(rashtra) Dream!
Fourteen textile parks, big-ticket projects of some textile majors, liberal norms for backward regions and ‘Farm-to-Fashion’ initiative have all the ingredients to turn Maharashtra’s textile dream into reality. An ITJ Exclusive throws some light.
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.
We have reeds for all types of looms
Since 1907, Schoch Reeds has been in the production of high quality weaving reeds for textile looms. For the past 110 years, Schoch has a vast experience of manufacturing weaving reeds for all types of textile machineries from its headquarters in Italy.
Exports sweeten India's textile scene
The Indian textiles industry is set for strong growth, buoyed by strong domestic consumption as well as export demand. Karthik Muthuveeran reports.The Indian textile industry is currently on a roll. Not only the industry´s hopes are flying high following the formation of a new Modi-led government
Atlas piping system for Siyaram Silk Mills
Siyaram Silk Mills Limited has installed AIRnet, a modular compressed air piping system from Atlas Copco, at its plant at Tarapur, Maharashtra, India. AIRnet delivers quality air from the compressor to the point of use, and will offer annual energy savings for the plant of up to 56,000 kWh.
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