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Nobel economics and the textiles sector
Interestingly, this year’s Nobel prizes in Medicine, Physics and Economics provide ample clues for the textile and allied sectors in terms of planning and developing new products such as sustainable and green textiles, says Seshadri Ramkumar, Professor, Texas Tech University.
Heralding positive changes
Easy availability of raw material, world-class textile machinery and other support services have made cotton the growth engine of the Indian textiles and clothing (T&C) industry
KARL MAYER’s BIAXTRONIC II opens up new market prospects
Fibre-reinforced composite solutions with non-crimp fabrics as reinforcement layers offer many advantages in lightweight construction and are therefore in demand in a wide range of applications, particularly when the price is right.
PLI scheme for textiles: A correct remedy at the right time
The Government of India’s approval for the Rs 10,683 crore Production Linked Incentive (PLI) scheme is expected to provide a shot in the arm for manmade fibre (MMF) and technical textiles sectors. Now the onus is on the industry to rise to the occasion, says Rakesh Rao.
Emerging opportunities in sports textiles
In the recent past, the inclination of people towards sports is increasing; thus driving demand for sportswear. According to Dr J Anandha kumar, sportswear trend has been successful in transcending beyond the millennials and the younger generation to become a timeless trend that is here to stay.