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Sustainable innovations: From trickle to tide
What we see today are onrush of innovations touching sustainability everywhere. ITMA may be the watershed year for the global textile industry to take this sustainability to a new higher level. Here are some innovations worth noting
TAI seminar on challenges & opportunities in textile processing
The Textile Association (India), Mumbai Unit organised a seminar on "Challenges & Opportunities in Textile Processing ´ A Way Forward´ in Thane on May 21, 2015. The Chief Guest was RR Gorakhia, Director, Textiles Committee, Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India. SM Khire, Director ´ Operations, Welspun Syntex Ltd was the Guest of Honour.
Dr Mahapatra pens new book
Dr NN Mahapatra of Colorant Ltd has penned a new book titled ´Textiles and Environment´. The book has been written in accordance to the author´s personal experience while he was working in big corporate companies as general manager of the dye house.
Carbon footprint in textile processing
Global warming´ and ´carbon footprint´ are buzzwords now. Their importance and the consequential long-term devastating effects of ´Climate Change´ on the environment, habitat and even the existence of our mother Earth are widely discussed. This warming of atmospheric temperature is attributed to the emission of green house gases (GHG)´carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide and fluorocarbons are the major contributors
Oerlikon forges ahead amid tough times
Oerlikon generated a 15.6% EBITDA margin and sustained solid profitability even after absorbing the one-time integration costs and acquisition accounting effects from the Metco transaction.
Communicating the future of man-made fibres
The worrying news about the developments in the financial and political environment obscure our sight on a positive future. The leitmotif for the DORNBIRN-MFC 2014:
Innovation - Efficiency - Competitiveness reflect the necessary evolutionary constraint for renewal in the transition to a new industrial era.
Garmenting: Past, Present and Future
The history of clothing is very intriguing and it is believed that wearing clothing can be traced through genetic analysis on human body traces, to as far as 107,000 years ago.Existence of sewing needles date back to 19,000 BC, while the use of dyed flax were found as far as 36,000 BC.
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