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Cosmo Speciality Chemicals unveils COSMOTEX AVB
August 2021
Cosmo Speciality Chemicals, a 100% subsidiary of Cosmo Films Ltd, has launched COSMOTEX AVB, containing a new antiviral and antibacterial agent that is effective against the human Coronavirus (229 E, ISO 18184) and suitable for all types of textiles including garments, home furnishing and bed linens.
Goller spun oil washing range: A success story worldwide
August 2021
Goller’s wet processing ranges including those for spun oil washing are widely used to produce high quality woven and knitted fabric in world-wide textile dyeing factories.
Bangladesh to invest in synthetic fibre for growth
July 2021
Bangladesh wants to invest in synthetic fibre as its demand is rising in the international market. The country also wants to invest more in material to boost garment exports.
Goller spun oil washing range: A global success story
July 2021
The very first step in synthetic active wear processing or spandex processing is spun oil washing. Goller is a major international player in this segment as major supplier to high-end synthetic fabric manufacturers worldwide.
Since end of 2020, RETECH has a strong order intake
July 2021
In this interview, Ralph von Arx, Managing Director, RETECH AG, highlights why Switzerland will always remain an important partner for Indian textile industry and his company’s growth plans.
Indian weaving industry on the growth path
June 2021
In this article, Sanjay Arora highlights the current status of the Indian weaving industry in terms of production, capacities, fabric demand and emerging trends.
Rudolf Group transforms PET waste into textile
June 2021
According to Dirk Sielemann, R&D director, Rudolf Group, recycled PET bottles, in the form of washed flakes, can be the raw material for the manufacturing of some of the textile auxiliaries.
Indian weaving industry: Paving the way towards growth
June 2021
The Indian weaving industry is growing slowly but steadily despite several constraints. To accelerate its growth, the industry needs to develop a robust model and infrastructure. In this article, Sanjay Arora sheds more light on the current status of the Indian weaving industry in terms of production, capacities, fabric demand and emerging trends. He also highlights on the challenges and suggests ways to overcome the same.
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