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RD Udeshi calls for major thrust on Make in India
A lot of thrust has been given to Government’s ‘Make in India’ initiative, said RD Udeshi, President - Polyester Chain, Reliance Industries Limited, in keynote address. This was the theme of international textile conference, held by the Textile Association (India), Mumbai Unit on December 1-2, 2016 at Hotel The Lalit, Mumbai.
Cotton crop on the rise amid shrinking acreage
India expects to produce 35.1 million bales (170 kg) this season beginning in October. India’s official body, Cotton Advisory Board met in Mumbai and decided on this year’s first estimate of cotton production.
If COFFEE can do it, COTTON can too!
Declining cotton consumption needs a big boost, and innovation only holds the key, opine industry experts. It was a session of introspection for the cotton community! At the USA Cotton meet at the Trident Hotel in Mumbai recently, an august gathering of cotton industry experts watched with awe and avid interest at the Executive Director of Cotton Council International, Bruce A Atherley’s concerns over declining cotton consumption and call for attempts to give a boost to this natural fibre’s fortunes globally.
Cotton consumption to scale new peak
Cotton consumption this year will be the highest in six years. Total global consumption will be about 112 million bales (480 lbs each).
Rising GDP, middle class promises boost to technical textile consumption in India
The world technical textiles market has been growing at a rate of 5 to 7 per cent since 2010, when its size was $116.5 billion, which rose to $147 billion in 2014. This is expected to reach $198 billion by 2020, disclosed Hendrik H van Delden, Managing Partner, Gherzi van Delden GmbH. The size of the production in these years were 22.5 million tonnes in 2010 and 28.4 million tonnes in 2014, which is expected to touch 38.2 million tonnes by 2020.
Cost control in spinning mill
For the best working of a spinning mill, we have to keep everything ideal, based on industry norms, benchmarking with the best technical study by an independent research institute and our own achieved figures, feels SB Agarwal.