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Retech invests in continuous innovation
October 2020
Construction work on the new logistics centre, at Retech’s headquarters in Meisterschwanden, started at the end of February, shortly before the coronavirus pandemic outbreak.
Improving exports in COVID-19 era
October 2020
As economy is slowly and steadily opening up despite the COVID-19 pandemic scare, export companies need to start evaluating the whole scenario so that their products and services overseas grow faster and do better, says Leo Shastri, Director - Operations & Strategy, Usha Exim.
Dollar Ind joins hand with HealthGuard to introduce anti-viral products
October 2020
Dollar Industries one of India’s leading brands in the hosiery segment has joined hands with Australia based company, HealthGuard and curated a new range of anti-viral products.
Home textile players upbeat in difficult market
October 2020
Home textiles have been a major part of global textile trade and it comes as no surprise. The ever-improving economic status of people supported by various modern financial innovations has enabled families to invest higher amounts into the home textiles segment.
LANXESS increases prices for adipic acid
September 2020
Specialty chemicals company LANXESS is raising its prices for adipic acid globally with immediate effect. The increase amounts for EUR 80 per metric ton. The reason for the adjustment is the significant rise in raw material costs over the past months.
Growing the cotton sector
September 2020
Cotton supply chain is a vital job-creating sector, from agriculture to fashion industry. With the COVID-19 creating a dent in the economy with about 30 million people on unemployment benefits in the United States, how to grow the economy is a serious challenge.
Are we prepared for import substitution?
September 2020
An independent research on current import portfolio from China promotes the idea that there are about 40 sub-sectors that have the potential to lower their import dependency on China. An independent research on current import portfolio from China promotes the idea that there are about 40 sub-sectors that have the potential to lower their import dependency on China.
CAI pegs 2019-20 cotton estimate at 354.50 lakh bales
September 2020
The total cotton supply estimated by the CAI during the months of October 2019 to July 2020 is 392.40 lakh bales of 170 kg each which consists of the arrival of 345.40 lakh bales upto July 31, 2020, imports of 15 lakh bales upto July 31, 2020 and the opening stock estimated by the CAI at 32 lakh bales at the beginning of the season on October 1, 2019.
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