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Malegaon cluster: New strategy minimises textile waste
November 2014
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.
Global cotton prices' decline to continue
October 2014
At the end of 2013/14, international cotton prices were around 80 US cents/lb and have continued falling in the first two months of the new season. Given the predicted 1.8 million tons of surplus cotton production and changes in China's cotton policy,
Embee upgrade for fixing endrings cuts cost
October 2014
Hardik Shah, Embee India, shares step by step upgradation of the endrings in the rotary screen printing industry.
Bruckner advantage lies in energy cost reduction
October 2014
For 65 years BRUCKNER is known as worldwide leading in the production of machinery and line systems for the finishing and coating of textiles, woven technical fabric, non-wovens and other planiform materials.
Improved competitiveness by reducing energy
October 2014
Energy costs are one of the most important cost factors in textile production. Apart from cutting-edge machinery, a professional energy management system with integrated monitoring can achieve considerable savings.
Communicating the future of man-made fibres
August 2014
The 53rd Dornbirn Man-made Congress (DORNBIRN-MFC) is setting new accents in a globalised world where the communication network is accelerating and intensifying enormously any changes and cycles.
Nozzle effect on air intake in airjet weaving
June 2014
Airjet loom is a very good alternative to other weft insertion systems, but its major drawback is its high power consumption, say SB Mhetre and Vishal C Yadavwho, who reveal some researches on main nozzle characteristics of airjet weaving machines.
Stable world cotton trade expected in 2015-16
January 1900
World cotton imports are projected to remain unchanged at 7.6 mn t in 2015-16. While China is likely to remain the world’s largest importer in 2015-16, its imports are forecast to fall by 12 per cent to 1.6 mn t.
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