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Make in India: Weaving a spell!
December 2016
Make in India initiative, launched a couple of years ago by the Modi Government, has also caught the serious attention of the textile industry, which seemed to have progressed well on this front. The ITJ takes a closer look with some highlights from the current scenario.
Innospin ring travellers with Korean tie-up
December 2016
Gurgaon-based, A M Innospin Systems Pvt Ltd has its manufacturing base at Faridabad which is very well known as the manufacturing hub for precision automotive parts. The company has grown into a multi-activity organisation with the background of textile technologists having vast experience at various levels in the industry. The company specializes in spinning and material handling.
ColorJet´s ´Made-in-India´ technology
December 2016
ColorJet India Ltd, the biggest Indian manufacturer of digital inkjet printing machines, after massive installations in the Indian market, now looks forward to embark on 100 plus installation of digital textile printing machines by 2017. Incorporated with efficient Indian engineering and spearheaded technology, ColorJet aims to be the leader in digital textile printing technology.
Morarjee Textiles orders 1st Zinser 72 'made in India'
March 2016
Post-ITMA Milan, Saurer Zinser has won an order from Morarjee Textiles for its latest machines, being made in India, and Saurer Schlafhorst has bagged an additional order for nine Autoconer 6 from a Tamil Nadu mill.
Suryalakshmi Cotton commissions 4th plant at Amravati
November 2015
India´s leading denim producer, Suryalakshmi Cotton has successfully commissioned its 4th state-of-the-art plant in Amravati, Maharashtra. Built at a cost of Rs 131 crore, the fully automated and ultra-modern unit will manufacture high-grade, value-added fancy yarns such as Ring Slub, Stretch, Elli Twist and Compact.
The year that was
October 2015
The expectation from the new government in the centre was very high. However the situations at the ground level did not alter much. The government´s attention was concentrated on macro issues. This could not lift the morale of the industry.
Suryalakshmi Cotton commissions 4th plant at Amravati
September 2015
India’s leading Denim producer, Suryalakshmi Cotton has successfully commissioned its 4th state-of-the-art plant in Amravati, Maharashtra. Built at a cost of Rs.131 crore, the fully automated and ultra-modern unit will manufacture high-grade, value-added fancy yarns such as Ring Slub, Stretch, Elli Twist and Compact.
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