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LRT is three times bigger than its nearest competitor: JM Balaji
Lakshmi Ring Travellers, Coimbatore (LRT) was incorporated in 1974. LRT’s operation has been organised into independent business specific clusters. Each of these business unit has its own facilities for market coverage and service to customers.
Spinning: A comeback tale
Despite uncertainties in the market created by Covid-19, the textile spinning and machinery and accessories industry is bouncing back with reported rise in orders.
ITME AFRICA beckons textile industry to Africa
India ITME Society, the apex non-profit industry body from India established in 1980, organised a press conference at Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to promote its International event ITME AFRICA 2020, scheduled from February 14-16, 2020 at Millennium Hall, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Voltas gears up with 11 principals strength in value chain links
At ITMA, Voltas Limited will be present will all it major principals. The company is a single solution source to the customer and its comprehensive product suite that includes capital equipment, machinery, accessories, allied machinery and services for both spinning and post spinning.
Who´s Who: Y-Gen
Anuj Bhagwati, who now heads the A.T.E. Group, joined the Group in 1994. He has been actively involved in a wide range of activities in the group: he introduced IT to the group, managed several companies, put together joint ventures, and has been a part of divestments, turnarounds, start-ups and scale-ups. In the process he has transformed A.T.E. into a modern and technology oriented group.
ITAMMA promotes ´Make in India´ at Dhaka
Dhaka Int´l Textile & Garment Machinery Exhibition is being organized jointly by Bangladesh Textile Mills Association and Yorkers Trade & Marketing Service Co Ltd, and Chan Chao International Co Ltd, which was the 12th in the series and which received a tremendous response of 880 exhibitors from 32 countries occupying 1060 booths.
Texfair 2015: 'Textiledom' in South gets a boost
Coimbatore district, known as the textile hub of Tamil Nadu or is called as the ´Manchester of South India´, has over 900 textile mills, 7 million spindles, 1 lakh rotors, 2 lakh powerlooms, 99,000 automatic shuttle looms, 59,000 plain looms, 39,000 semi-automatic looms, and over 70 per cent of machinery, spares & accessories, rotors, etc.