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HGH India reflects rising interest in integrated home product offerings
July 2018
HGH India 2018 continued to witness innovations and product launches by leading Indian and international brands and manufacturers. Home textile, home decor, houseware and gifting categories continued to attract eyeballs.
Exim issues post-GST clarified at ITAMMA meet
January 2018
With the onset of GST regime, there have been a lot of concerns amongst the member-exporters regarding LUT/ BOND/ Bank Guarantee, refunds, fate of export promotion schemes etc. To address the concerns of the exporters, the Indian Textile Accessories And Machinery Manufacture Association (ITAMMA), organised the seminar on imports and exports.
Exim issues post-GST clarified at ITAMMA meet
December 2017
With the onset of GST regime, there have been a lot of concerns amongst the member-exporters regarding LUT/BOND/Bank Guarantee, refunds, fate of export promotion schemes, etc.
ZIP | A leader of industrial fasteners
July 2016
Established by Deepesh R Sheth, Zenith Industrial Products (ZIP) is one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of industrial fasteners in India.
New office-bearers of CAI
November 2015
The Board of Directors of Cotton Association of India (CAI) has appointed the following office bearers for the year 2015-2016 at a recent meeting of the association. Dhiren N Sheth has been reelected the President of the Cotton Association of India (CAI) for the year 2015-16.
Medical textiles set to grow at 9% CAGR in India
September 2015
Medical community and healthcare markets have much to gain by the growth of technical textiles industry, and India has only seen the tip of this vast potential for the domestic as well as global market, finds the Editor of The ITJ, reporting on an ITTA-organised seminar in Mumbai recently.
Fears over cotton pile-up in India
July 2015
The Cotton Association of India fears that India may be piling up huge inventory of cotton just like China, if the Cotton Corporation of India (CCI) does not take measures to offload its stock swiftly. Maintaining the cotton output at the last estimated level of 38.27 million bales (a bale is 170 kg), Dhiren N Sheth, President, CAI, says the Corporation had procured about 8.7 million bales from farmers as part of the Government's minimum support price commitment.
The cotton shake-up
February 2015
Cotton was the first fibre for mankind. Its history is replete with controversies. Samuel Joseph attempts to delve into some of the recent contentious issues that have blurred the white gold´s image.
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