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South Indian textile industry hit by the COVID pandemic
May 2021
The second wave of COVID-19 in India has adversely affected the textile sector in Tamil Nadu, especially when the export demand was high. Further, the textile hubs of Tiruppur and Coimbatore are worst affected.
Tiruppur textile units thank Tamil Nadu Chief Minister
April 2021
Tamil Nadu CM has exempted large vertically integrated textile units, medical textile manufacturers and raw material providers to these industries from night curfew and Sunday lockdown.
TEA appeals spinning mills to continue to supply yarn
December 2020
Tirupur Exporters Association (TEA) appealed spinning mills to not stop the supply of cotton yarns as it’s affecting apparel units. The mills are not taking any new orders and have stopped production said President, TEA in a letter to associations.
TEA to train 16,508 workers for garment export units
December 2020
Tiruppur Exporters Association (TEA) will train 16,508 persons under the Scheme for Capacity Building in Textile Sector for employment in the garment export units.
LAPF Studio conducts buyer-seller meet at Tiruppur
November 2020
Liva has successfully concluded yet another buyer seller meet at its LAPF Studio in Tiruppur in association with the Tiruppur Exporters’ Association (TEA).
Tirupur industry stares at Rs 15k cr loss due to COVID
March 2020
With another three precious months gone, Tirupur’s losses are pegged at Rs 15,000 crore.
New textile policy will address all issues: Textile Secretary
March 2020
The Central government would address all issues in its new National Textile Policy, which is likely to be announced in a couple of months, Union Textile Secretary Ravi Capoor has said.
Indo-US meet kickstarts drive to hit $100-bn trade in textiles
June 2019
A recent conference on Textiles: America First & Make in India, Together Achieving $100 billion Trade in Textiles in Mumbai was the culmination of efforts by the Indo-American Chamber of Commerce, spearheaded by the Chief of IACC Textile Forum, Suresh Kotak, the well-known Cotton King.
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