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HeiQ's 7 sustainable textile finishing products
Throughout its 10 years of business, the Swiss textile innovator HeiQ has constantly strived for utmost product performance while simultaneously keeping sustainability as its guiding star.
Europe still dominates in textile technology, but India is no laggard. It has created its own niche. With 158 exhibitors at the present ITMA 2015, Indian textile machinery and spares industry has come a long way to spread its wings since 1975 when at the same Milan, India fielded a lone exhibitor. An ITJ Report previews the current scenario.
Natural colour cotton fabrics & made-ups
Natural colour cottons are environmental friendly material. Among the four cultivated species of cotton, colour lint is reported in G.arboreum among diploid and in G.hirsutum in tetraploid cottons. White G. barbadense are inherently superior sources of fibre quality and white G. hirsutum cottons are a source of both yield and fibre quality and these have been used for improvement of colour cotton.
Innovations galore from 1,500+ exhibitors
ITMA 2015 will be held at the Fiera Milano Rho from 12 to 19 November 2015, which will showcase end-to-end solutions for the entire textile and garment making chain. The exhibition has a gross size of over 2,00,000 sq m and over 1,500 exhibitors from 47 economies promise to launch innovations galore.
Textile delegation from Bangladesh visits BRÜCKNER
BRÜCKNER, a worldwide leading manufacturer of textile finishing lines, received recently a delegation of textile finishers from Bangladesh. Among them were not only standing customers but also interested executives of growing textile companies.
A.T.E.: Energising future with eco concerns
A.T.E. was founded as a part of India´s freedom movement. The idea ´ to sell high quality German textile machinery in India to challenge the prevailing British monopoly in the field. A.T.E. encompasses three essential elements of life ´ Air, Water, and Energy.
Organic textile drive picks up steam
Does going organic make better business sense in textiles? This is one of the major questions that pop up today in every meeting bordering on sustainability in textiles. The humanity has to draw a line somewhere and say such & such textile products are harmless to the skin, environment and to life itself.
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