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Hometex going upmarket
Some textile companies are making a comeback in the home category with premium products to build better margins. No doubt, it is the grand era of the upmarket in home textiles, finds the ITJ Cover Story
Hitting a Home Run!
A recent exhibition on home products revealed how the home textile industry is scoring over other products. Home textiles occupied over 50 per cent of the space in the home product exhibition.
Proliferation of home textile companies
Bed linen has a 49 per cent share in Indian home textiles market. India exported $416.4 million of bed linen in 2017 growing at a CAGR of 13 per cent, says Avinash Mayekar.
Housing boom to spur hometex market
Boom in housing as a result of the burgeoning middle class in India is a major growth driver for the home textile market. Change in lifestyle and growing awareness of hygiene is fuelling this growth. An ITJ report bares some details.
TAIs platinum jubilee celebration
On 9 April 2014, The Textile Association (India) (TAI) has celebrated its 75th birth anniversary - The Platinum Jubilee, at Emperor Hall, Hotel Kohinoor Park, Mumbai, during which a befitting programme was chalked out under the able leadership of the National President of TAI, DR Mehta.
A.T.E. offers services for Goller machines
Goller offers a wide range of perfectly designed and highly efficient machinery for woven fabrics and knits that cover everything from desizing to the final washes. Fabric processors worldwide prefer the Goller
Hometex: Homing in on targets
They came, they saw, they conquered. Less than three decades back, some entrepreneurs from textile industry achieved a similar swift victory when they had a go at the potential of home textiles, particularly in exports. Welspun, Bombay Dyeing, Alok Industries, Fabindia, Portico... the list now has grown bigger.
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