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Lenzing weathers tough times to stand solid
Lenzing puts the focus on a stable and profitable growth as well as an improvement of the ecological footprint of the textile and nonwovens industries by expanding the production of speciality fibres.
MCX, NITMA partner for cotton derivatives education
The Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd (MCX) recently signed an agreement with the Northern India Textiles Mills’ Association (NITMA) in Ludhiana to jointly educate NITMA members and other relevant stakeholders on the use and benefits of cotton derivatives.
Colorant participates at Tehran fair
Colorant Ltd one of the leading reactive dyes manufacturer and exporter based in Ahmedabad has participated in the International Exhibition of Textile Machinery, Raw Material, Home Textile Embroidery Machines and Textile Products from 4th to 7th September 2017 at Tehran International Permanent Fairground, Tehran, Iran.
Impact on rotor & airjet yarn properties
Rotor spinning has a great potential to reduce the twist factor, which is the basic prerequisite for the production of knitted fabric with a soft touch; by support of a new spin box generation and its components, explains Nitin T Patil, Prof Dr SP Borkar, Dr Stephan Weidner-Bohnenberger and Marc Schnell.
Tech upgradation is a continuous process
Established in 2007, Sakthi Textile Engineers is promoted and run by a team of dedicated qualified engineers who has a decade of manufacturing and development experience in engineering-based spinning industry.
15 finalists for IDEA16 Achievement Awards
INDA, the Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry, has announced 15 leading companies are finalists in five categories for its IDEA16 Achievement Awards, in partnership with Nonwovens Industry magazine. Voting is now open online.
Colombia cotton goes organic
Organic cotton is now being grown in Colombia for the first time, thanks to a pioneering project initiated by German company, La Siesta, which has been manufacturing hammocks using organic cotton since 2008. Organic cotton has been grown in Latin America since the 1990s, starting in Peru, and is also grown in Brazil, Paraguay and in central America, Nicaragua.