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TexMin launches SAATHI initiative
n order to sustain and accelerate the adoption of energy-efficient textile technologies in the powerloom sector and cost savings due to use of such technology
Karl Mayer creates a niche in Ichalkaranji
In the last few years, more than 40 Karl Mayer sizing and warping machines have been installed in Ichalkaranji.
Ichalkaranji, popularly known as the ‘Manchester of Maharashtra’, is one of the prominent centres of the decentralised textile sector in India. Recent years have seen a phenomenal growth of the textile industry in Ichalkaranji with major investments in the latest technologies.
Boost to weaving quality
Textiles have come a long way since the advent of weaving, and Bharat Beams is leaving no stone unturned to innovate on this front.
R9500, star of Indian rapier market: C. Straubhaar
Itema, one of the world’s leading suppliers of advanced, high-performance weaving machinery and integrated services, has always been at the forefront in providing best-in-class weaving solutions for the textile industry. “R&D has always been our forte at Itema. We have [always] been bringing in new developments for the textile industry,” says Christian Straubhaar, Group Sales & Marketing Director at Italy-based Itema S.p.A., during an interaction with ITJ Senior Sub Editor, Karthik Muthuveeran.
Ken exports grey fabrics to over 15 countries
“Being based in Ichalkaranji has a lot of advantages and also some challenges. The availability of the latest state-of-the-art weaving machines, warping and sizing facilities, etc. augur well for large scale outsourcing. The biggest challenge though is that the present work culture and ethic, which is very mediocre and getting them to work on export based orders, faster turn-around-times gets very testing,” says Nikunj Bagdia, Managing Director, Ken Enterprises Pvt Ltd,
Rieter Com4® yarn seminar
Rieter is offering a textile technology seminar, taking place November 08, 2014, at the DKTE Institute Ichalkaranji, India. Focused on the requirements of yarn buyers and yarn sellers
Malegaon cluster: New strategy minimises textile waste
Kolhapur region boasts of overall development of industrial sector. The industrial units comprises of sugar, textiles and automobiles. The region experienced growth of textile sector in the last decade and still it is continued.
Value addition holds key to future growth
The art of textile making began to develop in the Stone Age. The first textile fabric was probably a nonwoven crude felt, made by compressing loose clumps of fleece from wild sheep. The second stage was invention of yarn which was extracted from various barks of various plants in accordance to their availability.