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Growing the cotton sector
Cotton supply chain is a vital job-creating sector, from agriculture to fashion industry. With the COVID-19 creating a dent in the economy with about 30 million people on unemployment benefits in the United States, how to grow the economy is a serious challenge.
1st high-performance fibre from date palm by-product!
Five Egyptian researchers recently claimed to have developed the world’s first high performance fibres and reinforcements from by-products of date palm pruning like frond and fruit stalks, also called PalmFil. The sustainable and economical fibre is compatible with textile and composite processing and offers the properties needed for future lightweight cars.
Cotton and crisis management
Technical applications of cotton are finding applications in crisis management scenarios. Recently, India’s largest oil and gas company, ONGC uses cotton-based absorbent mats for absorbing oil spills. Cotton-based filters are finding applications in face covers during the Covid-19 pandemic.
SPGPrints names Quantia as Spanish agent for textile
SPGPrints, a Netherlands-based leading global company in the textile, label and industrial printing markets, has appointed Quantia Solutions SL, based in Madrid, as the company’s new agent in Spain to represent its rotary and digital textile printing division. Quantia is an experienced agency in the field of textile printing applications.
Ichalkaranji shows huge scope for MMF
Birla Cellulose, along with Ichalkarangi Shuttleless Loom Owners’ Association (ISLOA) and Ichalkarangi Shuttleless Fabric Manufacturers’ Association (ISFMA), has conducted an interactive customer meet on 21st November at Hotel Sayaji, Kolhapur with spinners, weavers and processors of Ichalkaranji. The meet was aimed at making Ichalkaranji a self-sufficient hub for finished fabrics made from Viscose, Modal and Excel fibres offered by Birla Cellulose.
'FTAs to give impetus to textile industry'
Stäubli is an innovative mechatronics solutions provider with three dedicated divisions: Textile, Connectors and Robotics. With a workforce of over 4,500, Stäubli has a presence in 25 countries and agents in 50 countries around the world.
We innovate products as per market demands
Amith Garment Services, the name itself is synonymous in India for providing quality material testing solutions for the textile & apparel industry. The company, ever since it was launched in 1999, has been working with the intention to serve Indian textile industry and trade for ensuring its quality of final product made.