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6 Indian standards on technical textiles
The 7th edition of International Exhibition and Conference on Technical Textiles, Technotex 2018 was organised from 28-29 June 2018 at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon East, Mumbai.
HGH 2018: Bigger, Bolder 7th Edition
The seventh edition of HGH India is all set to welcome trade visitors from over 475 cities and towns across India. The exhibition will take place from July 3-5, 2018 at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai.
Technical textiles market to double in 4 years
The Indian Government has urged industry players to invest in technical textiles as its market is likely to double to about Rs 2 lakh crore by 2022, a top official said.
Asian convergence once more at Screen Print India
Having made its debut in 1994, Screen Print India exhibition, held bi-annually in Mumbai, has grown wider in scope covering not just screen printing but textile printing and digital printing.
Need to address issue of lack of manpower in TT sector: Smriti Irani
Smriti Zubin Irani, Minister of Textiles, Government of India, underlined the need to address the issue of lack of manpower in the technical textiles for which industry needed to first define the requisite skills. After defining the skills, the task would be to bridge the gap in which the industry would be supported adequately by the Government of India.
Let the good times roll!
The Indian textile industry should cheer up now. Though the modalities of how the Rs 6,000-crore bonanza, announced by the Modi Government for the textile industry, will take shape, there are enough hints that in a very few months, proper steps will be revealed. Murmurs of dissatisfaction are fading away, and the Amended Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (TUFs) seems to have got the nod of approval from the industry.
HGH endorses India’s potential in home textiles
HGH India 2016, the fifth annual edition of the trade show for home textiles, home décor, gifts and houseware, held recently at Bombay Exhibition Centre in Mumbai, had a 10 per cent rise in the number of trade visitors at 25,000, primarily retailers from 422 cities and towns covering all the States of India. The display in this trade show focused on home fashion trends for 2016-17. Over 450 leading Indian and international brands and manufacturers from 30 countries unveiled their innovations and new collections at HGH India 2016.