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TEXPA’s latest innovation
TEXPA meets the demand for highest precision and quality from producers and end customers alike thanks to a self-developed system that ensures the exact shaping of all four corners.
A.T.E.’s contributions to India’s sustainable development
A.T.E. had the foresight to envisage the urgent need for an alternate eco-friendly technology that would provide cooling and comfort. So, it invested in a nascent technology, about 12 years ago, that has today revolutionised the concept of cooling.
MAG SPinFO: Optimise resources, maximise profits
With the MAG SPinFO, an online individual spindle monitoring system for spinning mills, operators can effortlessly find the end breaks or stoppages and prioritise their patrolling pattern to increase the productivity.
A.T.E. Enterprises in collaboration with their principal MAG Solvics has launched SPinFO, online spindle monitoring systems in ITMA 2015 and till date supplied more than four lakh spindles and have many bulk orders under supply.
Ajay Tamta visits KARL MAYER?s Germany office
On February 9, 2018 KARL MAYER welcomed the Indian Minister of State for Textiles, Ajay Tamta, at its Development Center in Obertshausen, Germany. Tamta was accompanied by Anant Kumar Singh, Secretary Government of India, Ministry of Textiles, and by other delegates from the Ministry and Consulate General.
Truetzschler drawframes wow Southern Cot Spinners
Southern Cot Spinners Coimbatore (P) Ltd is a respected name in the textile industry and is well known for its values and reliability in meeting its commitments to its customers. The mill caters to the Indian market as well as exports to a few countries. Under the visionary leadership of its Managing Director, SV Devarajan, the mill started its first project of 31,632 spindles in 2006.
HUBER, A.T.E. Envirotech join hands
JV to manufacture HUBER products in India catering to high-demand markets of India and Bangladesh. HUBER SE, Germany, a global leader in the field of water, etc.
Exporters WALKING a tightrope!
India’s textile exporters are finding their competitive edge getting blunt and profit margin thinner, thanks to a weak dollar, demonetisation after-effect and stiff competition from new textile nations. An Exclusive ITJ Report.
GST Plus Outweighs Minus!
The long-awaited GST rates have sparked off many a smile and a few wails in the textile industry! While the majority of textile industry, particularly the garment industry, has gone gung ho over the new rates of GST, synthetic textile segment has been crying hoarse, legitimately over the 18 per cent rate.