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Shipments of new textile machinery decreased in 2019
In 2019, global shipments of spinning, texturing, weaving, knitting, and finishing machines decreased on average compared to 2018. Deliveries of new short-staple spindles, open-end rotors, and long-staple spindles dropped by -20 per cent, -20 per cent, and -66 per cent, respectively.
Indian technical textiles industry at the forefront
The Indian technical textiles sector, which was touted as the next sunrise sector, is finally getting its due, thanks to the rising awareness for medical textiles and other nonwoven products like masks, gloves, etc. due to Covid-19.
Dornbirn-GFC 2020 cancelled!
Due to the impact of COVID-19 there will be no possibility to conduct the congress in its usual form this year. The travel restrictions and the extraordinary economic situation complicate the planning of events. The health aspect and the safety of their visitors are in the foreground of its decision.
All industries today use compressed air: KS Natarajan
In this interview, KS Natarajan, Managing Director, Trident Pneumatics, speaks on the rising demand for medical oxygen plants due to Covid 19 pandemic, and how they are meeting this growing demand.
Textile mill owners doubtful about revival: SISPA
Flagging concerns, including shortage of work force due to return of migrants and financial woes, an apex textile industry body claimed a majority of mill owners were anxious and doubtful about revival of the key sector post COVID-19 lockdown.