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Phoenix Mills to reopen its retail malls in Maharashtra
The Phoenix Mills Limited (PML), India’s largest retail-led mixed-use asset developer and operator, announced the reopening of its three flagship retail malls in Maharashtra as per the Unlock 3.0 guidelines of the Government of Maharashtra.
Cotton contamination up reveals ITMF survey
The level of cottons moderately or seriously contaminated as perceived by the spinning mills from around the world grew from 23 per cent in 2016 to 26 per cent in 2019.
What’s happening in India’s cotton and textile sectors
Mumbai-based Cotton Association of India (CAI) estimated that this year’s Indian crop (October 1, 2019-September 30, 2020) to be 33.55 million bales (170 Kgs each) as against its previous estimate of 33 million bales (170 Kgs each). This is about 550,000 bales higher than the previous estimate.
Textile chemicals market size to reach $26.40 billion
The global textile chemicals market size is projected to reach $26.40 billion by the end of 2027. The increasing applications of the product across diverse industry verticals will emerge in favour of the growth of the market.
ANDRITZ PrimeLineTM W6 tissue machine at Arkhbum Tissue
Only a few weeks after start-up, the 5.6 m wide PrimeLineTM W6 tissue machine that was delivered by ANDRITZ to Arkhbum Tissue Group LLC in Vorsino (Kaluga region), Russia, reached a speed of 2,000 m/min with a grammage of 16 g/m² and is now producing high-quality facial, toilet, napkin, and kitchen towel grades made of 100% virgin pulp (bleached hardwood and softwood pulp).
Efficient processing of denim in weaving mill
To survive in the competitive world of denim weaving, the mill must optimise its process steps to save time, enhance quality, and maximise production. That’s why Stäubli has developed a range of high-performance equipment for denim production.
Lenzing joins forces with Ruby Mills to fight COVID19
Lenzing India and Ruby Mills Ltd have come together to present H+ Technology™ – for an antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal fabric. This breakthrough comes at a crucial time when India is facing an increasing number of cases. H+ technology’s efficacy has been tested and the findings successfully indicate that viruses and microbes won’t survive on the surface of the fabric that’s been treated with it – thus helping to arrest the spread of the virus.
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