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Teijin to establish fibre research lab in Thailand
December 2017
Teijin Frontier Co Ltd, the Teijin Group’s fibre-product converting company, announced today that it will establish a R&D facility for fibres including polyester fibres in Thailand.
Saurer & its philosophy of innovation, sustainability
December 2017
Saurer Group presented its full range of new technologies in fibre processing from raw material to a multitude of yarns during the Shanghaitex 2017. The product range further included different finishing processes. For Saurer it was yet another opportunity to present the group as the partner of choice along the textile value chain with its full product range.
Incubation centre for composites in Ahmedabad
November 2017
A Focus Incubation Centre (FIC) for Composites has been inaugurated at Ahmedabad Textile Industry’s Research Association (ATIRA).
India ranks 60th in Global Innovation Index
November 2017
Addressing a large audience, while delivering Guest of Honour and Key Note Address on “Innovations in Management and Social Sciences”, at the IIF, G-Noida, Dr JD Agarwal, Sr Professor and Founder Chairman, etc.
Hot topics & themes to attract more visitors
November 2017
ShanghaiTex is one of the biggest textile machinery trade shows in China. This year, ShanghaiTex 2017 focuses on the revolutionary theme like sports textile technology, smart factory, etc. to attract more related machinery makers this year.
AMANN has developed 20,000 products
November 2017
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.
Tanatex to distribute Microban® products
October 2017
Microban® International, Ltd., the global leader in textile odour control and prevention, agreed on a distributor partnership with textile chemical solutions provider, TANATEX Chemicals BV.
Seiko Epson to expand printing biz
October 2017
Seiko Epson will invest 16 billion yen in a new building in the campus, in Hirooka office in Japan. The new building, which will house a factory for prototyping and volume-producing large commercial and industrial printing systems and a test laboratory for digital textile printing, is part of Epson’s mid-term plans to grow its printing solutions business.
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