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Short fibres in cotton: A challenge for spinners?
R Janarthanan aims to examine issue with regards to origins, evaluations and limits acceptable, creation, elimination and the effect of short fibres in the final product of spinning namely yarn.
Credit profile of cotton spinners to deteriorate
Covid-19 is expected to lead to drop in the revenue along with moderation in profitability margins and debt coverage indicators apart from impacting the liquidity profiles of most of the companies engaged in the sector.
Major advances with USTER® TESTER 6
It’s the acknowledged global standard in testing, at the heart of the laboratory in every quality-conscious textile mill. And USTER® TESTER 6 – the latest edition of the legendary Uster Technologies instrument – still keeps on improving, with innovative solutions to keep pace with latest industry trends.
Cotton & MMF – Outlook 2020
After registering a decline of about 9 per cent in cotton season (CS) 2018-19, India’s cotton production is likely to witness a double-digit growth of about 16 per cent in CS 2019-20 with production at 6.6 billion kg during the year on back of favourable monsoon as well as increased MSP that led to increased cotton crop sowing. For CS20, the acreage under cotton is estimated to have marginally increased by about 1.3 per cent to 12.8 million hectares.
Father-son legacies trusts Truetzschler
Nitin Spinners, Sudiva Spinners and Lagnam Spintex in Rajasthan, all highly renowned spinning mills, were formed by fathers and are now looked after by their sons.
Constant R&D is our forte: Diven Dembla of Precitex
Precision Rubber Industries, owners of the renowned Precitex, a name synonymous with high-quality brands of aprons and cots, was the first Indian company to participate in ITMA that was held in the year 1975.
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