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Textile mills, GEDA tie up to reduce energy consumption
City-based textile processors have tied up with state government-owned Gujarat Energy Development Agency (GEDA) and Man-Made Textiles Research Association and Man-Made Textiles Research Association in south Gujarat, including Surat.
Itema’s weaving innovations at ITMACH
Itema, a privately-owned manufacturer of best-in-class weaving machines, spare parts and services, exhibited at ITMACH India (Hall 6 / A33-34 & B1-2) from December 7-10 at The Exhibition Centre, Gandhinagar.
Gujarat textile policy extended for one year
The Gujarat Government said that it is extending its textile policy for one more year. The five-year term of the policy was to expire on September 4. But, now it shall remain under implementation till September 3, 2018. The industries and mining department issued the government resolution. Chief Minister Vijay Rupani approved the extension of the policy for one year.
Dual tax hits Surat textile shop owners
Textile shop owners in Surat are an unhappy lot today, for they have been asked to pay property tax for the shelf space created inside the shops for storing the grey fabrics and finished stock.
Surat to get mega textile park, CoE
The Textiles Ministry is positively working on the proposals for a Centre of Excellence (CoE) and a mega textile park at Surat, a hub for the man-made fabric industry in Gujarat.
Textile Industry: AT CROSSROADS?
The ITJ, in an exclusive report, presents the pulse of the industry in summarised statements about prospects in 2015 from a cross-section of industry leaders, experts and concerned authorities.
Uster event discusses pathways to prosperity
India´s textile producers have a clear picture of the challenges they face, and a determination to make the improvements needed along the pathways to future prosperity.
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