Category: Spinning

Bangladesh govt to reopen textile mills through PPP

admin- January 24, 2022

To attract local and foreign investment to modernise and reopen closed textile mills, the Bangladesh government has called for open international tenders for four out ... Read More

US cotton gets a favourable look by South Indian textile spinners

Dr Seshadri Ramkumar- January 18, 2022

Jayalakshmi Textiles, based in Tamil Nadu, has booked 300 tonnes of cotton from High Plains of Texas, according to Prof Seshadri Ramkumar of Texas Tech ... Read More

Extended lifetime of Bräcker STARLETplus travelers

admin- January 11, 2022

In practical tests with polyester and dyed fibres, consistent yarn quality values were achieved throughout the extended service life of the STARLETplus traveler The perfect ... Read More

Value-added textiles will be the growth engine

Dr Seshadri Ramkumar- January 6, 2022

Technological conferences - like the one organised by The South India Textile Research Association (SITRA) recently - provide much needed support to grow the textile ... Read More

Two-way track to optimum fiber cleaning

Rakesh Rao- January 1, 2022

How customer feedback contributes to ongoing progress by Uster Uster fosters a highly effective dialogue with its customers – so that spinning mills play a ... Read More

Truetzschler OPTIMA for 4-end BCF spinning

Rakesh Rao- January 1, 2022

In recent years, the demand for smooth, velvety carpet surfaces has increased. Innovations in this area are in demand because only high-count yarns with the ... Read More

Most textile segments have reverted to pre-Covid levels

Rakesh Rao- January 1, 2022

In 2021, most segments across the textile value chain reverted to pre-Covid levels. Home textile exports and cotton spinning outperformed other segments such as apparels. ... Read More

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