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Ground-breaking solution to clean wastewater!
August 2020
Presented with the game-changing wastewater treatment system developed by Scaling Programme start-up SeaChange Technologies, Fashion for Good initiated a pilot project to assess the feasibility of the solution at scale. With the support of partners Arvind Limited, BESTSELLER, C&A and PVH Corp., the pilot provides encouraging results for future implementation of the technology in the supply chain.
Dynamics of value-added chains
August 2020
The reduction in the share of value-added in sectors such as textiles and footwear is due to increased reliance on import of raw materials, writes Aishwarya Sanas.
Itema announces the acquisition of PTMT (ex Panter)
July 2020
Itema, the leading provider of advanced weaving solutions, including best-in-class weaving machines, spare parts and integrated services, announces the finalisation of the agreement for the acquisition of the PTMT, formerly Panter, in business lease since April 2019.
What’s happening in India’s cotton and textile sectors
July 2020
Mumbai-based Cotton Association of India (CAI) estimated that this year’s Indian crop (October 1, 2019-September 30, 2020) to be 33.55 million bales (170 Kgs each) as against its previous estimate of 33 million bales (170 Kgs each). This is about 550,000 bales higher than the previous estimate.
Textile chemicals market size to reach $26.40 billion
July 2020
The global textile chemicals market size is projected to reach $26.40 billion by the end of 2027. The increasing applications of the product across diverse industry verticals will emerge in favour of the growth of the market.
Fujian Billion kicks off industrial yarn production
July 2020
From the end of this year, the southern Chinese yarn manufacturer Fujian Billion Polymerization Technology Industrial will be producing industrial yarns using systems supplied by Oerlikon Barmag.
1st high-performance fibre from date palm by-product!
July 2020
Five Egyptian researchers recently claimed to have developed the world’s first high performance fibres and reinforcements from by-products of date palm pruning like frond and fruit stalks, also called PalmFil. The sustainable and economical fibre is compatible with textile and composite processing and offers the properties needed for future lightweight cars.
Maha HC stays show-cause notice to 62 textile units
July 2020
The Bombay high court (HC) recently stayed notices issued by the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) to 62 textile units in Malegaon that refused to grant consent to operate the units.
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