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COVID 19 to give fillip to technical textile industry
May 2020
Speaking to Rakesh Rao of ITJ, Dr S K Sundararaman, MD, Shiva Texyarn, delves into challenges and opportunities for technical textile industry against the background of COVID 19 pandemic
DiloGroup’s tailor-made production systems at INDEX
February 2020
The international nonwovens industry meets again in Geneva, Switzerland, from March 31 to April 3, 2020 on the occasion of INDEX, the forum for the nonwovens industry.
Why Indian industry needs to go for TT in a big way
December 2019
Though India is the second largest textile economy in the world after China, our contribution to one of the growing textile segments is negligible, says Avinash Mayekar.
November 2019
ANDRITZ will be presenting its innovative nonwovens production and textile solutions at SINCE 2019 in Shanghai, China, from December 11 to 13 (booth 1L10). The broad ANDRITZ product portfolio coversstate-of-the-art nonwovens and textileproduction technologies such as air-through bonding, needlepunch, spunlace, spunlaid and wetlaid.
A SHIELD against contamination, waste
January 2018
USTER Jossi Vision Shield gives spunlace producers the confidence and security to avoid quality issues and its technology can cope with both IR and UV light ranges reliably detecting various types of foreign matter.
ANDRITZ presents innovations at INDEXTM17
April 2017
ANDRITZ Nonwoven has gained a significant share in the booming, flushable wipes market thanks to its WetlaceTM technology.International technology Group ANDRITZ presented its proven nonwovens technologies at INDEXTM17 in Geneva, Switzerland (April 4-7).
ANDRITZ to supply two spunlace lines to Chinese firm
January 2017
Spunlace line 1 will be capable of processing 100 per cent bleached cotton fibres, and line 2 is a high-speed spunlace line for processing viscose and polyester fibres.
Nonwovens in India: Problems & Prospects!
August 2016
There is a paradigm shift in thinking of Indian entrepreneurs in last five years. They are more adaptive to new things and new technologies today. But, unfortunately our Textile Industry players have not realized the latest trends. They still continue to manufacture same age-old conventional textiles. They are hardly taking any efforts for innovations. Though Technical Textile is growing at CAGR of 20 per cent in India having huge growth potential, there is no much investment in this sector and the main reason is lack of awareness about the markets.
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