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Sateri’s breakthrough in viscose production using waste
July 2020
The high quality new fibre uses a mix of dissolving pulp made from recycled post-consumer textile waste by Swedish company Södra, and other PEFC-certified wood pulp.
Birla Cellulose manufactures viscose fibre using pre-consumer cotton waste
November 2019
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.
EcoVero, new eco-friendly viscose
June 2017
The environmental awareness of consumers has been growing steadily over the last decade, more recently in the fashion and textile industry.
India v/s Turkey
August 2016
India and Turkey have their own advantages & disadvantages, says Raj Tilgul of Rama Dis Tic. ve Danismanlik Ltd, in an in-depth SWOT analysis of these two most important textile countries. India and Turkey are one of the major textile producing and trading countries in the world. There is always a clash of interest as to who is going to export to whom and when, as Turkey is one way a competitor to India and on the other hand a buyer as well. Below is a detailed SWOT analysis and recommendations to both the countries or their trade associations in order to smoothen and develop sustainable trade relations.
From Trickle to Tide.....

June 2016
Many specialised yarns are gaining importance in recent times over conventional yarns, elaborates an ITJ exclusive feature. It was a trickle a decade ago, but now speciality yarns are flooding the market. Boom in fashion, fast growth of technical textiles and newly emerging areas like leisurewear and sportswear are fueling the growth of speciality yarns.

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