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Will the sun shine on India’s technical textile sector?
India’s technical textile industry, still in its nascent stage, is witnessing growing domestic as well as global demand. Can increasing disposable incomes, growing investment, and the government’s power boost turn this into a $5 trillion economy in the next few years?
Itematech’s weaving solutions at Cinte Techtextil
Thanks to the strong know-how resulting from the merger of the two historic weaving manufacturers expertise and competences, technical fabrics manufacturers will now on find in Itematech a unique partner and technological reference point to meet and exceed all their needs when it comes to weaving the full range of technical applications.
Liquid X's silver ink receives Oeko-Tex certification
Liquid X’s proprietary, particle-free silver ink used to create e-textiles and other functional textiles has earned the Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certification - a world-renowned label awarded to textiles deemed safe for contact with skin after testing for harmful substances like carcinogens and heavy metals. Liquid X has got the strictest, baby-safe rating.
ANDRITZ's innovative nonwovens production at CINTE
International technology Group ANDRITZ will be presenting its innovative nonwovens production and textile solutions at CINTE 2020 in Shanghai, China, from September 2 to 4, 2020 (booth C02, hall N2).
Itema's breakthrough weaving solutions
Itema is a leading global provider of advanced weaving solutions, including best-in-class weaving machines, spare parts and integrated services.
Geotextile tech for Manipur
The State Level Coordination Committee of Manipur—headed by the Chief Secretary as Chairman—has planned to infuse geotextile technology while constructing four roads under PMGSY with MSRRDA as the implementing agency.
Itema is the only manufacturer to provide the top three shuttleless weft insertion systems
Fulvio Carlo Toma (FCT): The year 2014 has been a tough year for the weaving machinery industry but, despite the slowdown of the market, we, at Itema are more than satisfied with our performance. We registered an increase in the number of weaving machines sold compared to the previous year, and this itself is a hugely significant result considering the brilliant growth Itema obtained in 2013 and the decline in the market.
Knitted fabrics for industrial application
The rapid increase in market potential for industrial textiles and its application has led high profile manufacturers to develop specialised fabric for knitting and serve the end purpose efficiently in sectors such as agriculture, construction, geotextiles, automotive, protective apparel and electronics, affirms Abdulwahid Dadhiwale.