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Need to address issue of lack of manpower in TT sector: Smriti Irani
February 2017
Smriti Zubin Irani, Minister of Textiles, Government of India, underlined the need to address the issue of lack of manpower in the technical textiles for which industry needed to first define the requisite skills. After defining the skills, the task would be to bridge the gap in which the industry would be supported adequately by the Government of India.
Solapur aims to become a major uniform hub
January 2017
According to Nilesh S Shah, VP of the Solapur Readymade Garment Manufacturing Association (SRGMA), “Solapur’s closely-knit and largely unorganised garments and uniforms industry is attracting attention of the armed forces.”
Menzel´s combined Singeing, Desizing & Bleaching Range
December 2016
Real credibility does not get built overnight. It takes years of patient and passionate dedication to be seen and recognised by the world, to be accepted and appreciated by customers.
Sagar: A leader in spinning & maintenance equipment
December 2016
RK Shah, who started his career way back in 1962 by manufacturing machine tools known as the tiger brand lathe machine, subsequently changed and expanded the horizons from machine tools to textile spinning by developing the very first cot grinding machine in 1969. He successfully created the brand which is now globally recognised as Sagar.
TTF’s Buyer-Seller meet gets good response
November 2016
Indian apparel and textile manufacturing has reached new heights in the last few years and Indian exports are welcomed all over the world for their quality and value added features.
6 NJMC jute mills to down shutters
November 2016
The Textile Ministry has decided to close down six jute mills of the Bengal and Bihar-based state-run PSU National Jute Manufacturers Corporation (NJMC).
Lesotho to localise textile manufacturing
October 2016
The Government of Lesotho aims to localise the textile manufacturing industry of Africa, which is currently dominated by foreign investors.
Need for improved manufacturing environment
October 2016
The Indian textile and clothing industry is very old and plays a very important part in the Indian economy. Except China, no other nation can match the size, spread, depth and competitiveness of the Indian textile and clothing industry. Liberalisation also has given the much-needed push to the textile industry, which has now successfully become one of the largest in the world. It has a complete value chain from the production of raw materials to the manufacture of finished goods.
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