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NITMA welcomes budget announcement for textile sector
Sanjay Garg, President NITMA , welcomed the proposal of Union Budget 2021-22 as the grant to textile and clothing sector is budgeted at Rs 3,631.64 crore which is about 10 per cent higher than previous year’s revised budget of Rs 3,300 crores in 2020-21.
NITMA hails removal of ADD on acrylic fibre
Sanjay Garg, President, NITMA said that NITMA wholeheartedly welcomes the Government’s decision to revoke the anti-dumping duty (ADD) on acrylic fibre (AF) originating in or exported
Industry on ‘wait-n-watch’ mode
The textile industry is keeping its fingers crossed over the emerging threat of coronavirus in the months to come.
MCX, NITMA partner for cotton derivatives education
The Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd (MCX) recently signed an agreement with the Northern India Textiles Mills’ Association (NITMA) in Ludhiana to jointly educate NITMA members and other relevant stakeholders on the use and benefits of cotton derivatives.
New leadership team at NITMA
Rajiv Garg, MD of Garg Acrylics Ltd, was elected as President of Northern India Textile Mills’ Association (NITMA), the apex body of textile industry in North India. NITMA elected its new leadership team in its executive committee meeting held on February 1, 2017 at Ludhiana.
Rajiv Garg to head NITMA
Rajiv Garg , MD of Garg Acrylics Limited has been elected as President of Northern India Textile Mills’ Association (NITMA), the apex body of textile industry in North India.
Jain elected as new president of NITMA
TT Ltd’s Managing Director, Sanjay K Jain has been elected as President of Northern India Textile Mills’ Association (NITMA). Jain is a prominent, dynamic and young textile leader who apart from NITMA holds various other important positions in various other associations across the country. Jain is deputy chairman of the Northern India Textile Research Association (NITRA) and Vice President of Federation of Hosiery Manufacturers’ Association of India (FOHMA) & West Bengal Hosiery Association (WBHA).
Achhe din kab aayenge?
I remember a presentation I made in China last June, where I proudly claimed that Indian textile industry would be well off even with less purchase of cotton and yarn by China. We all were buzz with optimism and were ranting the Indian consumption story.
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