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Uster to give info on latest fibre cleaning systems
At upcoming Techtextil India 2019 event, Uster will give information on latest fibre cleaning systems for applications ranging from sensitive (medical & hygiene) to delicate (security paper printing)
CCI hosts technical seminars at spinning mills in India
The Cotton Council International (CCI), the National Cotton Council’s (NCC) export promotion arm, recently hosted technical seminars in India to discuss manufacturing process improvements with mills using US cotton.
Mills scramble for contamination-free cotton
Consistencies in quality and contamination free cotton are much sought after by global cotton mills. Free of plastic contamination, objective quality evaluation and consistency are the characteristics, which provide premium for cotton according to global experts who are touring the United States of America as part of Cotton Council International sponsored programme.
Rieter bags big order from Egypt
At ITMA 2019, the Rieter Group signed contracts for seven projects with Cotton & Textile Industries Holding Company, Cairo (Egypt), for a total volume of around 180 million Swiss francs.
Handloom scenario in India
Kunal Singha provides a systematic review of the present scenario of Indian handloom sector. The overall facts and findings can help the stakeholder from this sector to formulate apt strategies through adding vast knowledge to the existing literature body of handloom current state.
Textile bodies hail financial measures to boost economy
Indian textiles and clothing industry, the second largest employment provider (around 11 crore people) next only to agriculture was the second largest exporter in the world during 2017, now it has slipped to 5th position due to global recession especially in the aftermath of US-China trade war and the tariff concessions extended for the competing Nations like Vietnam, Bangladesh, Pakistan, etc.
Birla Cellulose turns cotton waste into fibre
Birla Cellulose, one of the global leaders in man-made cellulose fibre (MMCF), has achieved a breakthrough in manufacturing viscose fibre using pre-consumer cotton fabric waste
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