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Will the sun shine on India’s technical textile sector?
India’s technical textile industry, still in its nascent stage, is witnessing growing domestic as well as global demand. Can increasing disposable incomes, growing investment, and the government’s power boost turn this into a $5 trillion economy in the next few years?
Awareness of TT is of importance: Technotex
The theme of this year’s conference was ‘Advantage India: Emerging Global Manufacturing Hub for Technical Textiles’ and it made an attempt to chalk out a roadmap to make India a global manufacturing hub for technical textiles.
Textile investment ahead: A boom or bust or just so-so?
India is one of the fastest growing and promising economies today on the world map. With huge raw material availability and with stable Government, rapid industrial growth is forecasted in near future. Today, textile sector is one of the largest contributors to India´s exports with approximately 11 per cent of total exports.
A leading sports technology delegation from the State of Victoria, Australia visited India from May 9-13 to embark on their first sportstech trade mission with the aim of forging partnerships with their Indian counterparts.
India´s per capita fibre demand bounces back
The latest ´Textile Pipeline´ from PCI Fibres offers in 11 pages a highly focused review in the form of text, charts and tables of the Indian textiles economy; an economy which has been experiencing relatively disappointing growth among its local consumers; that is, until 2014. Following a bounce-back in per capita fibre demand of nearly 10 per cent in 2009, growth then slowed year by year down to just 2 per cent in 2013, coming back strongly in 2014 by nearly 8 per cent.
WRA: From woollen to sportech
Since its inception in 1963, the Wool Research Association (WRA) has been catering to the needs of woolen and allied industries through its dedicated R&D and technical services including testing & training. With Designation as ¨Centre of Excellence(COE)
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