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R&D is the key to success in technical textiles
Technical textiles offer huge growth potential for Indian textile companies. To tap this opportunity, firms will have to invest in R&D and continuous product development, says Rakesh Rao.
Textile Commissioner inaugurates Techtextil India
Textile Commissioner Mrs Kiran Soni Gupta inaugurated the three-day Techtextil India exhibition for the technical textiles and non-wovens industry in Mumbai on Thursday, September 24, 2015.
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.
Nonwoven potential huge: ITTA meet
In spite of slowdown in nonwovens, following general economy, the global per capita consumption is expected to grow from 1 kg to 2011 to 2 kg by 2025. And nonwoven and nonwoven-based products find wide applications in personal & healthcare, infrastructure, air & water purification and mobility.
ITTA to take up EPC role for tech textiles
The technical textile industry in India is seriously getting down to business; first, the membership of the Indian Technical Textile Association (ITTA) has gone up by 48 to over 240, and there are signs of more coming in in the days to come.
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