Tag: man-made fibres

Prices to continue to soften across value chain on demand slowdown

admin- August 2, 2022

The domestic cotton prices may continue to fall over the short term. India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) has published the July 2022 edition of its ... Read More

Emerging trends & opportunities for Indian textile industry

admin- March 15, 2022

International buyers are keen to diversify their sourcing of textiles and apparel, chiefly to develop alternatives to China. India, being the second largest textile industry ... Read More

Price rise led by demand momentum may face temporary headwinds

admin- February 1, 2022

This report, by Ankita Shere, highlights the trends in the sub-segments of the textile sector such as including cotton, man-made fibres (MMF), yarns and fabric. ... Read More

Unlocking the potential of man-made fibres with ring spinning

admin- December 1, 2021

Fibre consumption is on the rise, and man-made fibres (MMF) play an important role in this. Blends containing various fibre materials are particularly popular and ... Read More

Impact of air humidity on textile materials

admin- February 1, 2021

Humidification systems are vital to textile industry, from combing raw materials to carding, twisting, spinning and weaving. Air humidity in a textile manufacturing unit can ... Read More

PLI scheme, a step in the right direction: ITTA AGM

admin- January 1, 2021

The 10th Annual General Meeting of the Indian Technical Textile Association (ITTA) was held on December 16, 2020 through video conferencing under the Chairmanship of ... Read More

Strategy for recovery of textile & apparel industry

admin- October 1, 2020

Our strategy should be focused on conquering the larger pie of the textiles and apparel segment in the international market, writes Avinash Mayekar of Suvin ... Read More

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