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India extends ADD on yarn from China & Thailand
The Indian government has extended the anti-dumping duty (ADD) till December 31, 2020, on imports of fully oriented yarn or fully drawn, flat yarn of polyester (FDY) or spin drawn yarn, from Thailand and China, as per notification issued by the Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC).
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.
Thailand garment export on decline
Export of garments from Thailand is expected to move south with more manufacturers migrating to neighbouring countries to tap cheaper costs and better tariff benefits.
TAI to organise meet on ´Make in India´
The abolition of quota system in 2005 witnessed the new emerging markets in Asia and China for textile manufacturing and sourcing by the developed countries in the West. China surged ahead of all Asian countries and cornered maximum market share.
FESPA appoints two board members
FESPA has appointed two new board members - Thomas Struckmeier and Christophe Aussenac. The appointments were approved by the General Assembly of FESPA´s 37 member associations in Bangkok, Thailand.
Sakthi Textile: A trusted name in textile spinning mills
Sakthi started during the year 2007 and it is promoted and run by a team of dedicated qualified engineers led by managing partner A Sundararajan, who has over two decades of product development and promotion experience in spinning machinery.
INNOWASH: Product range for continuous washing
Washing with the INNOWASH washing boxes with single loop fabric guide execution has the advantage of a better accessibility for cleaning purpose or for easy handling of the fabric in case of need.
Overall shipments of new textile machinery down in 2013
In 2013, shipments fell in most segments though remained on a relatively high level. In comparison to 2012 global shipments of new short-staple spindles rose by 10 per cent while those of open-end rotors decreased slightly by 2 per cent and those of long-staple spindles dropped by 45 per cent.
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