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aleph invests 6% of turnover in technology R&D: CEO
Founded in 1999 in Como, Italy, aleph has become an international player in digital printing solutions with a dedicated sales force and a distribution network located in key textile markets.
We introduced the concept of Clean India: Director, Roots
Roots Multiclean, India’s first mechanised cleaning equipment manufacturer, was launched with a vision of a cleaner nation. Soon, the company, a part of Roots Group of Companies, became the largest company in India for its mechanised cleaning equipment. Dr S Chandrasekar, Director – Strategic Sourcing, Plant Engineering & Corporate Planning, Roots Group of Companies, says proudly “We introduced the concept of “Clean India” even before it was announced by our Prime Minister.”
Bianco’s innovative compact textile machine
Since more than 40 years, Bianco has designed and manufactured textile machinery with advanced technology for textile finishing, technical textile industry, and more recently, the fast-growing non-woven fabric industry.
Plasma surface engg & application in textiles
Low temperature plasmas are ionised gases generated at pressures between 0.1 and 2 torr. These types of plasmas work within a vacuum chamber conditions using low power RF or DC sources where atmospheric gases have been evacuated typically below 0.1 torr, say G Ramakrishnan, J Srinivasan, Jothilinkam MD and T Ramachandran.
Textiles that emit light!
Researchers have developed a flexible, lightweight and low-cost textile that can be used in light-emitting clothing, as well as buildings and signs.
Oerlikon sustains strong profitability
In the first quarter of 2015, Oerlikon continued to deliver a solid performance in a challenging market environment. Order intake went up by 17.0 per cent to CHF 793 million and sales increased by 10.1 per cent to CHF 782 million. For the 13th consecutive quarter, the EBITDA margin exceeded 15 per cent, coming in at 16.8 per cent.
Texfair 2015: 'Textiledom' in South gets a boost
Coimbatore district, known as the textile hub of Tamil Nadu or is called as the ´Manchester of South India´, has over 900 textile mills, 7 million spindles, 1 lakh rotors, 2 lakh powerlooms, 99,000 automatic shuttle looms, 59,000 plain looms, 39,000 semi-automatic looms, and over 70 per cent of machinery, spares & accessories, rotors, etc.