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Scrap tax on yarn import: Pak mills
The Pakistan Yarn Merchants Association (PYMA) has urged the Pakistan Government for removal of the regulatory duty on the import of yarn. An appeal has been made to Dr Miftah Ismail, advisor to the Prime Minister on Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs, for supply of affordable raw materials to the textile industry to increase the production.
Liva’s new initiative spreads awareness amongst women
Liva, the new age fabric brand from the Aditya Birla Group, launched a one-of-its-kind initiative for spreading awareness. For the first time ever an ingredient brand deputed Fashion Advisors in large format stores namely Pantaloons, etc.
Perfect finishing, thanks to Bruckner
When a vision becomes reality, CDL KNITS/TROPIC KNITS in Mauritius strike a new path in textile finishing. The TROPIC KNITS Group located in Mauritius is with 3,000 employees one of the biggest producers of high-quality fine knit garments in the Indian Ocean.
Kitex to set up new production unit
Kerala-based Kitex Garments Ltd, a part of Anna-Kitex Group of Companies, is planning to set up its fourth fully export-oriented infant wear production unit either in Andhra Pradesh or Karnataka, according to its Chairman and Managing Director Sabu M Jacob.
New Nomex® protective solutions for firefighters
DuPont recently presented its new Nomex® based fabrics and innovative protective solutions for firefighters and
industry workers at this year’s A+A in Dusseldorf, Germany.
AMANN has developed 20,000 products
Germany-based AMANN Group has been one of the global leaders in the field of high-quality sewing and embroidery threads. The company’s think-tank deals with textile innovations: hybrid threads for composites, sensor yarns,etc.
Huge demand for semi-stitched garments
Entrepreneurs are foraying into the manufacturing of semi-stitched garments, which are in huge demand in key consumer centres across the country like Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and even abroad.
Garments export soars by 25%
After a 3-month declise in a row, ready-made garment (RMG) exports soared by 25 per cent in rupee terms and 30 per cent in dollar terms in September. But exporters say this will not be sustainable since government policies are not favourable.