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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.
Cotton and crisis management
Technical applications of cotton are finding applications in crisis management scenarios. Recently, India’s largest oil and gas company, ONGC uses cotton-based absorbent mats for absorbing oil spills. Cotton-based filters are finding applications in face covers during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Demand for sustainable action has grown
Efforts shift to traceability within the supply chain, as brands in North America work
to keep sustainability initiatives afloat during pandemic
Hohenstein, Scivera tie-up for greener chemistry
Hohenstein and and Scivera have announced streamlining of process for chemical suppliers to assess and validate preferred chemicals and to proactively improve formulations to ZDHC MRSL conformance level 3 and beyond for apparel, footwear and home textiles.
Cotton contamination up reveals ITMF survey
The level of cottons moderately or seriously contaminated as perceived by the spinning mills from around the world grew from 23 per cent in 2016 to 26 per cent in 2019.
Short fibres in cotton: A challenge for spinners?
R Janarthanan aims to examine issue with regards to origins, evaluations and limits acceptable, creation, elimination and the effect of short fibres in the final product of spinning namely yarn.
Credit profile of cotton spinners to deteriorate
Covid-19 is expected to lead to drop in the revenue along with moderation in profitability margins and debt coverage indicators apart from impacting the liquidity profiles of most of the companies engaged in the sector.
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