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Will the sun shine on India’s technical textile sector?
India’s technical textile industry, still in its nascent stage, is witnessing growing domestic as well as global demand. Can increasing disposable incomes, growing investment, and the government’s power boost turn this into a $5 trillion economy in the next few years?
ITMACH brings latest textile technologies to investors
ITMACH India from December 5-8, 2019 showcased latest textile technologies and machinery to the Indian textile industry. The International textile machinery and accessories exhibition was held in the country’s most vibrant textile manufacturing hub, Gujarat.
A.T.E. is present in all the segments of TT: GV Aras
The technical textiles and nonwovens projects were at quite low level in the last couple of years. Not much of investment has happened in this area, the major reasons have been that investors are unsure.
Upsurge in geotech & protech in India likely
Techtextil India—the premier business event for the technical textile and nonwovens industry players in India—will return to Mumbai this September with a host of new innovations and latest market insight of the technical textiles and nonwovens. The event is being organised by Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India Pvt Ltd and is part of the company´s international portfolio of 45 fairs that highlight innovations and show what is driving the global textile industry.
Textile Commissioner inaugurates Techtextil India
Textile Commissioner Mrs Kiran Soni Gupta inaugurated the three-day Techtextil India exhibition for the technical textiles and non-wovens industry in Mumbai on Thursday, September 24, 2015.
Evolon finds multitudes of niche applications
Created in 1999 and globally patented by Freudenberg, Evolon® has been designed to substitute different kinds of knitted and woven fabrics. Evolon® is a unique microfilament fabric combining very good textile and mechanical properties.
More BTRA patents in offing
The 60th Annual General Meeting of BTRA was held on 25 September 2014. Prem Malik, Chairman, BTRA Governing Council, chaired the meeting.
BTRA: A leader for 60 years in textile R&D
The Bombay Textile Research Association (BTRA) was set up in the year 1954 as a Co-operative Research Association. BTRA is a premier institute for R&D in textiles and allied sciences with over 60 years of glorious service to the textile and allied industry.
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