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Indian weaving industry on the growth path
In this article, Sanjay Arora highlights the current status of the Indian weaving industry in terms of production, capacities, fabric demand and emerging trends.
Indian weaving industry: Paving the way towards growth
The Indian weaving industry is growing slowly but steadily despite several constraints. To accelerate its growth, the industry needs to develop a robust model and infrastructure. In this article, Sanjay Arora sheds more light on the current status of the Indian weaving industry in terms of production, capacities, fabric demand and emerging trends. He also highlights on the challenges and suggests ways to overcome the same.
Compressed air's role in textile industry
Textile manufacturing is a multi- billion dollar industry, one with complex global supply chains and stakeholders at all levels of society. There are focused companies in the world which manufacture a number of air compressors for the textile industry that are engineered to meet the challenges today’s operators face.
Innovations fuel big growth at itema
Itema has weaved its way to success amid troubled times thanks to its relentless pursuit of innovations.
It was a dream come true; nothing short of a miracle! In 2012, global weaving market, hit by negative growth, dipped by 30 per cent, but Itema Group, the Italian weaving machinery giant held its head high, by registering a growth of +60 per cent.
We have reeds for all types of looms
Since 1907, Schoch Reeds has been in the production of high quality weaving reeds for textile looms. For the past 110 years, Schoch has a vast experience of manufacturing weaving reeds for all types of textile machineries from its headquarters in Italy.
Chinas rapier looms have many advantages
SM Industries, with its head office located at Islampur, Sangli district in Maharashtra, has been involved in the manufacturing of fabrics. Today, the company has about four Chinese loom manufacturers under its fold.
Chinese Rage Looms
The rising tide of Chinese looms into the country may pose a looming crisis for the domestic weaving equipment manufacturers, but for the buyers, who have opted for these cheaper looms,