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20% growth forecast for technical textiles in India
While the global market size of the TT sector was estimated to be $104,000 million in 2010, this sector is still in nascent stages in India. TT offer several advantages in their functional aspects for improving health and safety, cost effectiveness, and durability and strength of textile material. These performance-enhancement products are applicable in the protective clothing, agriculture, medical, infrastructure development, automotive, aerospace, sports, and packaging sectors.
Our clearer rollers support Go Green concept
Incorporated in 1990, SIMTA is an integrated textile engineering enterprise. The company´s product basket in textiles comprises spindle tapes, clearer rollers, over head travelling cleaners, bobbin transport system, industrial fabrics and foundation of card clothing.
We are pioneers in energy-efficient products
Coimbatore-based Airmaaster Tecnolozies India (P) Ltd is one of the leading providers of energy-efficient products in waste collection systems & humification plants. SN Barathi, Managing Director, Airmaaster Tecnolozies India (P) Ltd., in talks with the ITJ team.
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.
We were the first to introduce computerised warpers
Established in 1974, Rabatex Industries began with manufacturing crank shaft for weaving machines and sub assembly for textile processing machinery. The company started its operation with manufacturing of the precision parts based on textile industries and engineering sector. Around 1980s, the company developed a sectional
Govt should clear air on TUF Scheme soon
In an interview with the ITJ team, Hardik Shah, Director - Marketing, Embee India, provides a SWOT analysis on the Indian textile industry, and the wish-list for the government.