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A great success for Epson and its Monna Lisa Evo Tre
August 2019
Paolo Crespi, Direct-to-Fabric Sales & Marketing Director EMEAR & Americas, comments, “ITMA is one of the most important events in the textile calendar for Epson and the latest show has been a great success for us.”
Andritz starts up a neXline needlepunch line in Mexico
May 2018
ANDRITZ has successfully started up a complete neXline needlepunch line for the production of needlepunched velour felts for the automotive market at Autoneum’s plant in San Luis Potosí, Mexico.
ANDRITZ's needlepunch line for Mexican firm
September 2017
ANDRITZ has received an order from Autoneum, headquartered in Winterthur, Switzerland, to supply an ANDRITZ neXline needlepunch eXcelle line to its plant in San Luis Potosi, Mexico.
Indorama to acquire DuraFiber’s Mexico operations
August 2017
Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited (IVL) has entered into an agreement to acquire DuraFiber Technologies México operations, S. A. DE C. V. (DFT), a leading Mexican producer of durable technical textiles for industrial, tyre reinforcement, and specialty applications globally. This will further strengthen IVL’s position in automotive fibre market.
German tech meets US & Mexican textile
August 2017
The VDMA Textile Machinery Association has just published demanding and comprehensive programs of its B2B Forums & Conferences, which will be held in Charlotte (NC) and Mexico City in November.
India angling for FTA with Mexico
August 2016
India is looking beyond the EU and the US in trade. The Indian government plans to examine the feasibility of a free trade agreement (FTA) with Mexico.
Symphony has well-established clientele in textile space
November 2014
Established in 1988, Symphony leverages a unique and successful asset-light business model for its residential coolers in India and in-house lean manufacturing for its industrial coolers in Mexico to achieve sustainable and profitable growth.
Researchers conduct cotton study
October 2014
In July, two Texas Tech researchers released their paper on the study of low-grade cotton and its ability to absorb oil. Seshadri Ramkumar, professor in the Department of Environmental Toxicology, and Vinitkumar Singh, a doctoral candidate in the same department, led the research project, which started in the summer of 2010 after the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, Ramkumar said.
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