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Automation: A stitch in time
In most sectors of textile manufacturing, automation is one major key to quality improvement and cost competitiveness. Early modernisation and technical developments in textiles concentrated on the automation of individual machines and their processes.
"Our products are completely made in India"
Coimbatore-based Pranav Systems, which has been manufacturing micro dust extractors and power saving devices, believes in the concept of Make in India. The company’s Marketing Manager, S Shivaram, a B.Text in textiles from DKTE & MASTERS from the UK and the son of the Managing Director, brings in a loads of experience, which is required in this field. He says, “We are happy that our product is completely made in India and we want to promote India in the global market.”
QA activities in textile mills
Quality control (QC) is the watchword in a competitive industry like textiles as it affects the user needs as well as profitability. It generally is a procedure (or) set of procedures intended to ensure that a manufactured product or a performed service adheres to a defined set of quality criteria or meets the requirements of the customer.
Cotton woes pile up
Cotton price is still down, and the global acreage is likely to follow suit. China´s warehoused cotton poses quality problem but in the medium-term, there could be reliefs with the demand for cotton from countries like India going up.
Cotton yarn: Quality depends on mixing strategy
A systematic mixing plan by maintaining the lowest possible variation in cotton quality parameters ensures trouble-free yarn production with consistent yarn quality, affirms Sunil Kumar Sharma.
Cotton SA certified under ICA scheme
Cotton South Africa (Cotton SA) has become the first laboratory to be certified under the ICA Bremen International Laboratory Certification Scheme. Designed to raise the bar in the quality testing arena,
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