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"We expect business to improve in coming year"
Since 1985, Coimbatore-based Statex has been into production of fibre and yarn testing instruments. K Subramaniam, who is a graduate in engineering, is the Managing Director of Statex Group of Companies, with more than eight years of dedicated service in a textile research associations, where he concentrated in textile testing instrument R&D. Enriched with his guidance and direction, today Statex has established its name throughout the world.
7th IATF visitors attendance up 44%
The November 2017 edition of International Apparel and Textile Fair (IATF) proved to be grand success, making apparel and textile manufacturers from around the globe look forward to the highly anticipated 8th edition due to take place from April 24 to 26, 2018. The three-day event that took place from November 1 to 3, 2017 was inaugurated by HE Butti Al Ghandi, Board of Director of the Dubai World Trade Centre on November 1 at 11:30 am at Hall 6, Dubai World Trade Centre.
World’s first vegan fabric!
Ipeker Textile has produced world’s first vegan fabric. The fabric has been subjected to detailed approval process in Switzerland and Germany, and has been granted the ‘V-Label’ from the European Vegetarian Union.
Registrations begin for ITM 2018
Being one of the most important meetings of the global textile industry, ITM 2018 (International Textile Machinery) exhibition’s attendance applications started on September 2016.
India v/s Turkey
India and Turkey have their own advantages & disadvantages, says Raj Tilgul of Rama Dis Tic. ve Danismanlik Ltd, in an in-depth SWOT analysis of these two most important textile countries.
India and Turkey are one of the major textile producing and trading countries in the world. There is always a clash of interest as to who is going to export to whom and when, as Turkey is one way a competitor to India and on the other hand a buyer as well. Below is a detailed SWOT analysis and recommendations to both the countries or their trade associations in order to smoothen and develop sustainable trade relations.
India Vs Turkey
Will India be the next China? The debate is still on, while China is taking all necessary steps to keep its fortunes in textiles intact. Leave alone China! After attending the ITM Turkey a few weeks ago, the spotlight for some textile interested persons like me is now on Turkey and India.
Let’s Talk Turkey!
The Textile Machinery & Accessories Industrialists Association of Turkey (TEMSAD) has joined hands with the Dyers Association of Tirupur (DAT) to organise the INDIA/TURKEY Textile Machinery Technology and B2B Opportunities Workshop to be held in Tirupur, Tamil Nadu on May 4, 2016.
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