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Home textile players upbeat in difficult market
Home textiles have been a major part of global textile trade and it comes as no surprise. The ever-improving economic status of people supported by various modern financial innovations has enabled families to invest higher amounts into the home textiles segment.
Post Covid, global marketplace will not be the same
Alessandro Liberatori—Trade Commissioner and Director of the Italian Trade Commission, New Delhi and the Coordinator of Trade offices in Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Maldives and Bangladesh—speaks on the emerging trends in textile machinery industry globally.
Workwear gets sustainable & soft with Arvind x TENCEL range
TENCEL, the textile specialty fibre brand under Lenzing, has announced its partnership with the textile and garment major Arvind and have recently launched a collection of trendy, stylish sustainable shirts and suiting for men.
Demand for sustainable action has grown
Efforts shift to traceability within the supply chain, as brands in North America work
to keep sustainability initiatives afloat during pandemic
Approaches for cleaner production in spinning mills
This article from Jeyaraman Anandha Kumar emphasises the environmental effects of textiles in detail and contributes to cleaner production and sustainability in the textile spinning industry.
Economics of solar power in spinning mills
Since wind power generation and consumption centre (i.e., mills) are at different places, a mill has to use State grid for transmission of power for which wheeling charges are to be paid to Electricity Board (EB), says S Mariappan.
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