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Techtextil attracts huge traffic
Techtextil India 2015 brought together an array of distinguished exhibitors and key decision makers from the entire Technical Textile and Nonwoven Industry. With more than 150 companies demonstrating its top products and innovative concepts, the 2015 edition turned out be a phenomenal success.
Medical textiles set to grow at 9% CAGR in India
Medical community and healthcare markets have much to gain by the growth of technical textiles industry, and India has only seen the tip of this vast potential for the domestic as well as global market, finds the Editor of The ITJ, reporting on an ITTA-organised seminar in Mumbai recently.
Technotex ends on hopeful note
A new textile policy is on the anvil and it will lay the roadmap for the sector for the next 15 years, said Union Minister of Textiles Santosh Gangwar after inaugurating the 4th edition of Technotex 2015. Organized by the Ministry of Textiles & FICCI, Technotex 2015 was held at Mumbai, the financial capital of India, between April 9-11, 2015.
Rs 480-cr schemes for technical textiles in N-E States
The technical textile industry has been registering an annual growth of 11 per cent, and it is expected to grow at about 20 per cent by 2017. The Union Ministry of Textiles has sought additional funds for the Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (TUFS) in the current financial year, says Textile Commissioner Kiran Soni Gupta.
Technotex 2015 from April 9 to 11
Launch ceremony of Technotex 2015, the 4th edition of the largest international exhibition and conference of the Technical textile industry in India was presided by the Minister of State for Textiles (Independent Charge), Santosh Kumar Gangwar at ´Taj Lands End´, Mumbai recently.
Collaborate or innovate to make New India
I think the main difference between we Indians and outsiders are that we need to be more receptive to new technology, we should not fear of trial and errors on experimentation.
Currently, all we need is Value ADDITION
The office of the Textile Commissioner was established in 1943 during the World War II for arranging the supply of cloth to the defence forces as well as civilian population.
8th Atexcon echoes euphoric mood of textile industry
Acche Din´ for the Indian textile industry seemed to have come true, when the curtains came down after lively presentations and debates addressing an audience of over 400 on the second day of the 8th Asian Textile Conference (Atexcon), organised recently by the Confederation of Indian Textile Industry (CITI) at the Westin Hotel in Mumbai.
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