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India dreams of capturing 8-9 per cent of the total global trade by 2020, however looking at the present scenario, it may capture a share of only 5-6 per cent by 2020.
The 10th edition of India-ITME is opening on a note of high expectations! The Indian Government´s recent Rs.6,000-cr package & amended TUFS have rekindled exhibitor interest while high-tech wares promise to ignite buyer zest. A cross-section of the textile industry players shares their moods & opinions.
New investments towards value addition
Potential for shuttleless weaving machines is still enormous to reach an equilibrium with the excess spinning capacity, feels Navdeep Singh Sodhi.
The year that was
The expectation from the new government in the centre was very high. However the situations at the ground level did not alter much. The government´s attention was concentrated on macro issues. This could not lift the morale of the industry.
Improved competitiveness by reducing energy
Energy costs are one of the most important cost factors in textile production. Apart from cutting-edge machinery, a professional energy management system with integrated monitoring can achieve considerable savings.
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