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HGH brings focus on Indian home textiles
HGH India 2016, fifth annual edition of the trade show for home textiles, home décor, gifts & houseware, received an overwhelming response from the trade and industry. About 25,000 trade visitors, primarily retailers from 422 cities and towns covering all states of India attended this trade show in Mumbai to source home products for their business and discover upcoming home fashion trends for 2016-17. Over 450 leading Indian and International brands and manufacturers from 30 countries unveiled their innovations and new collections at HGH India 2016.
Welspun to launch smart home textiles
Welspun plans to launch a series of smart textiles with patented technology, the company said while formally announcing the patented HygroCotton technology by its premium brand Spaces Home & Beyond. “We have filed for 26 patents globally and would launch smart textile products using this technology over the next three years,” said Subrata Pal, Business Head - Domestic and Supply Chain Global at Welspun Global Brands Ltd.
Prospects of bamboo fibre in textile
Prospects of bamboo application in textiles cover a wide area and it has tremendous scope for the textile and apparel segments, opine P Senthilkumar, AN Sai Krishnan and C Prabakaran.
Application of textiles covers the entire spectrum of day to day clothing to the functional textiles. Application of new fibres in textiles will be prerequisite for the manufactures to diversify the product. Cellulose are produced from a renewable resource that is pulp from the trees which can be cultivated on the land. Cellulose offers wider variety like comfort, water absorbency.
Indo Count forays into home textile
Indo Count Retail Ventures P Ltd (ICRVL)—a subsidiary of Indo Count Industries Limited (ICIL)—has forayed its entry into Rs 13,000 crore domestic bed linen market with the launch of ‘Boutique Living’, a range of bed linen products.
HGH endorses India’s potential in home textiles
HGH India 2016, the fifth annual edition of the trade show for home textiles, home décor, gifts and houseware, held recently at Bombay Exhibition Centre in Mumbai, had a 10 per cent rise in the number of trade visitors at 25,000, primarily retailers from 422 cities and towns covering all the States of India. The display in this trade show focused on home fashion trends for 2016-17. Over 450 leading Indian and international brands and manufacturers from 30 countries unveiled their innovations and new collections at HGH India 2016.
Chinese home textile market exudes optimism
As the countdown to August’s Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles – Autumn Edition continues, recent economic data out of China suggests cause for optimism in the domestic home textiles market.
Intertextile Shanghai returns next year!
The Autumn Edition of Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles will be held over four days instead of three in 2016. Fair organiser Messe Frankfurt announced the change due to strong feedback for an extension from exhibitors
Lyocell market to touch $1179.5 mn in 2020
The rapid development in the technical textiles and apparel industries has had a positive impact on the demand for lyocell fibres, states Transparency Market Research in its recent report. The 62-page research publication reveals that registering a strong CAGR of 7.90 per cent during the forecast period, the global lyocell fibres market is poised to rise from $692.7 million in 2013 to $1,179.5 million by 2020.