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SVP Global’s focus is on installing AI-based latest technology
August 2021
In this interview with Rakesh Rao, Maj Gen OP Gulia, SM, VSM (retd) CEO of SVP Global Ventures Ltd highlights on the company’s forward integration plans and use of artificial intelligence in textile manufacturing.
Nonwovens: Making a new fashion statement
July 2021
Owing to the Covid 19 outbreak, there has been drastic increase in the demand of nonwoven products in apparel/fashion industry. According to Babita Jain, the future of nonwovens promises to be interesting and potentially very rewarding. Read on...
Infectious successes: Lessons for textiles and beyond
June 2021
As the COVID-19 pandemic ravages India, this infectious disease situation will lead to infectious successes, says Dr Seshadri Ramkumar, Professor, Texas Tech University, USA.
Homing in on growth amid pandemic
June 2021
In the recent years, India has emerged as one of the major players in the global home textiles market. Factors like traditional craftsmanship, local availability of raw materials, investments by companies in high-tech textile machinery, etc have helped India to become a preferred sourcing destination for home textiles.
Surat textile units adversely hit by Covid 19 pandemic
April 2021
In the wake of the migration of one-fourth of textile business workers and curfew restrictions, Surat’s textile industry reports a fall of 22% in fabric production as compared to last year.
New opportunities are in exports and import substitute products
March 2021
A.T.E. has a formidable presence in textile engineering, both in conventional and technical textiles. The company provides a wide range of textile machinery and accessories across the textile value chain along with a comprehensive range of utilities.
Think global, weave local
March 2021
Inspite of blessed with a complete supply chain - from raw material to fibre to yarn to fabric - India has not been able to cash in on the opportunity created with China vacating some segments in the global textile market.
Why textile machinery prices could rise
February 2021
Improving consumer confidence levels, pick up in discretionary spending and opening up of economies are assisting Indian textile companies to tide over the COVID 19 pandemic with continued rise in demand.
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