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Liva with added protection of antimicrobial fibres
Liva, the fashion ingredient brand from Birla Cellulose, has launched antimicrobial fibres, a breakthrough innovation that not only kills viruses and bacteria, but also inhibits their growth, keeping the fabric fresh and hygienic in the long run.
Dynamics of value-added chains
The reduction in the share of value-added in sectors such as textiles and footwear is due to increased reliance on import of raw materials, writes Aishwarya Sanas.
Oerlikon looks positively towards the future
Said Georg Stausberg, CEO: “Admittedly, the coronavirus situation has accelerated this digital transformation to an extreme extent. But it is working and the coronavirus crisis will also allow us to take many positive experiences we have made in our digitally-networked world with us moving forward.”
A close eye on quality with Eye Compact II
Unlike the sensor systems that are employed at later positions on tufting machines – in order to detect faults in the formed fabric – Eye Compact II technology is about prevention at an earlier stage, through the detection of missing yarns.
Secure monitoring of machine data with B&R
B&R enables machine builders to establish a continuous connection to plants and machinery in the field. With LogTunnel, data from machines all around the world can be archived in a central location. Any irregularities in performance can be detected early to help maintain maximum availability.
At the forefront
As coronavirus pandemic gripped China, the Indian textile accessories industry went into frenzy and started looking for solutions and alternatives to beat the situation.
Filatex resumes production at Dadra plant
Filatex India has resumed partial operations at its Dadra plant to meet the urgent requirement of yarns that will be mainly used in production of face masks, personal protective clothing and some specific urgent requirement of fabrics, to be used in tents suitable for quarantine applications for Ministry of Defence.
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