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SIMA: Exclude textile units from lockdown restrictions
Southern India Mills’ Association (SIMA) said that stopping textile units in Tamil Nadu during night hours and on Sundays would affect the production activities, exports and also the jobs of several lakhs of workers.
Pak to set up 1k industrial stitching units
Under different phases of the Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP), the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority (SMEDA) of Pakistan is planning to set up 1,000 industrial stitching units.
Textile Park coming up in Chamarajanagara area soon
In order to attract industrialists to the one of the most back ward district of Chamarajanagara in Karnataka, the State government has developed an industrial park spread over 1500 acres in which a mega textile park will be coming up soon.
ELGi-ITF tie-up demonstrates 43% energy cost saving
ELGi Equipments Limited, one of the world’s leading air compressor manufacturers, announced the outcome of its successful partnership with Indian Texpreneurs Federation (ITF), one of the largest textile groups in South India. ELGi’s air audit programme helped ITF member companies to reduce average compressed air energy costs up to 43 per cent. ITF is a 500 member strong organisation covering all textile operations concentrated in Tamil Nadu. ITF’s mandate is to promote the textile sector.
Malegaon textile park to create 10,000 jobs
The Maharashtra Government will develop an integrated textile park on the sprawling 345 hectare of land in Malegaon. The Government took a decision to hand over the land to the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC).
578 mills in Rajasthan to reopen
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has allowed the conditional reopening of 578 textile units in Rajasthan’s Pali district that had been shut for the last eight months for flouting pollution norms.
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