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Marvel celebrating 40th anniversary in safety gloves business
Marvel Gloves Industries, founded in 1980, established its first seamless knitted gloves manufacturing unit in Gujarat. Marvel Group won two National Awards for quality products which were presented by the Honorable Presidents of India that got them recognition and fame in the safety gloves market in India and abroad.
Konica Electronics takes quality in textile engg to new heights
The story of trust and excellence started for Konica Electronics Enterprise in the year 1993, when a true visionary and himself an electrical and electronics engineer, late BM Patel decided to set up a professionally managed company with a mission to create a competent organisation.
Truetzschler-Toyota's new deal in combing biz
Truetzschler took over the complete responsibility from Toyota for the comber business from engineering up to sales, service and spare parts as of the effective date, November 1, 2017.
Truetzschler-Toyota’s new deal in combing biz
In a new deal, Truetzschler will take over the complete responsibility from Toyota for the comber business from engineering up to sales, service and spare parts
Ichalkaranji: Progressive decentralised textile centre
There are about 160 sizing units, consisting of 250 sizing machines, which include conventional to modern machines and 1.2 lakh powerlooms in Ichalkaranji, explains Prof (Dr) PV Kadole and Prof (Dr) UJ Patil. Ichalkaranji is a city in Kolhapur district in the state of Maharashtra. This city, popularly known as ‘Manchester of Maharashtra’, is one of the prominent centres of decentralised textile sector in India.
Autotex forges ahead
Rieter, the Swiss-based leader in spinning technology has a strict policy on quality, and if it awards a company for its ´Best Quality´ and as it´s ´Reliable Global Supplier´, it is no small achievement! But that is the peak of performance that Autotex has scaled in the recent times by bagging these prestigious awards for its bobbin-holders.
Uster appoints Thomas Nasiou as new Chief Executive
Uster Technologies is to have a new Chief Executive, in a carefully-planned and phased handover by April 2016. At his own request, current CEO Dr Geoffrey Scott will take early retirement, and will be succeeded by Thomas Nasiou, currently the company´s Head of Textile Technology.
Trutzschler Spinning to launch advanced card
ITMA in Europe remains the industry´s leading trade fair. The importance given to it by Trützschler is in accordance with this fact. All four divisions will exhibit on a collective stand. Though a final decision on all the products to be exhibited has not yet been made, a central theme stands out: ´Processes and machines to improve economic efficiency at our customers are in the spotlight.´