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Embee Group’s New Innovative Dryer: Drying Efficiency.… Now One Step Ahead!!!

Embee Group’s New Innovative Dryer for Rotary Printing M/c Saves Upto 50% Energy

Embee, established in 1956 with a small beginning, always believed in continuous innovation and research for the betterment of today’s and tomorrow’s commitments to the textile industry.  Continue reading Embee Group’s New Innovative Dryer: Drying Efficiency.… Now One Step Ahead!!!

New Textile & Allied Companies Registered with the Registrars of Companies in India (May 2017)

SURAT MEGA TEXTILE PROCESSING PARK ASSOCIATION 29B 4th FLOOR SAMRUDDHI BUILDING, MAKKAIPUL, SURAT-395001 Gujarat

MEWATI TEXTILES PRIVATE LIMITED 2478 ZAKIR HUSSAIN COLONY, HAPUR ROAD,MEERUT-250002 Uttar Pradesh

PHPL TEXTILES PRIVATE LIMITED B-123, PARKING VIVEK VIHAR, PHASE-1, NEW DELHI-110095 Delhi

NSP TEXTILE PRIVATE LIMITED BLOCK 594, PLOT NO 21, 21A, 21B, SAYAN, OLPAD,, SURAT-394130 Gujarat

DARSHIT TEXTILE (OPC) PRIVATE LIMITED 639 SEC-6, HUDA, PANIPAT-132103 Haryana

AZHARI TEXTILES PRIVATE LIMITED SN. 38/1, 58/1A ISLAMPURA ROAD, MALEGAON,NASHIK-423203 Maharashtra

RAKHUMAI VITTHAL TEXTILES PRIVATE LIMITED E-1 Mantri Chandak Vijapur Road, Solapur-413004 Maharashtra

GREENJASPER TEXTILES PRIVATE LIMITED 37/1, TOLLYGUNGE CIRCULAR ROAD, KOLKATA-700053 West Bengal Continue reading New Textile & Allied Companies Registered with the Registrars of Companies in India (May 2017)

Canadian Importers of HS 630210 – Bedsheets, Pillowcases And Bed Linen (Incl Sets) – Knitted Or Crocheted 

According to the International Trade and Investment data from the Government of Canada, following firms were the major importers of HS 630210 – Bedsheets, Pillowcases And Bed Linen (Incl Sets) – Knitted Or Crocheted items in 2015. Continue reading Canadian Importers of HS 630210 – Bedsheets, Pillowcases And Bed Linen (Incl Sets) – Knitted Or Crocheted 

List of 450 Importers Worldwide

List of > 450 Importers Worldwide Of

Home textiles & Embroidery, Home decor & Handicrafts,
Gift & Ethnic items, Footwear fashion,
Personal accessories, Garden accessories….

Price: Rs. 450/- Or US $10; Delivery: PDF file will be sent at the email provided upon receipt of the payment. Payment to be made electronically in favor of:

“Indian Industrial & Management Services”

Bank Details :

Beneficiary Name...: INDIAN INDUSTRIAL & MANAGEMENT SERVICES    
Name of Bank.......: BANK OF BARODA                        
Address of Branch..: VASNA ROAD BRANCH, ANISHA/33, DAMUBHAI
...................: COLONY, OPP. ANJALI CINEMA, VASNA     
...................: AHMEDABAD-380 007                     
Bank A/c Number....: 18250200000215    
A/c Type...........: CURRENT 
Branch Code........: VASNAR            
RTGS IFSC Cd.......: BARB0VASNAR       
NEFT IFSC Code.....: BARB0VASNAR       
MICR Number........: 380012047

UMass Lowell Awarded $11.3 Million to Create a New Fabric Discovery Center

Awards support commercialization of technologies in flexible, hybrid electronics and advanced functional fabrics by Innovation in Advanced Manufacturing

May 31, 2017

The Baker-Polito Administration has announced awards totaling $11.3 million to UMass Lowell to fund the creation of future technologies that will revolutionize the way fabrics are made and reinvent the textile industry in Lowell.

A $10 million grant will allow UMass Lowell to create a new Fabric Discovery Center, a unique, testing and development facility that will usher in the nation’s first collaborative investment between two Manufacturing Innovation Institutes. The facility will serve Massachusetts and the region to rapidly transform textile product concepts into functional prototypes, serving as an end-to-end innovation ecosystem for researchers and private sector partners as they work towards commercialization of revolutionary technologies. Continue reading UMass Lowell Awarded $11.3 Million to Create a New Fabric Discovery Center

Company Profile: Applied Laser Engineering Ltd.

ALE has been involved in the manufacture of Functional Topographic surfaces for more than 25 years. This privately owned, company has provided leadership through innovation in the sector of laser engraving machine manufacture. These machines are used to place micro-textures onto rollers. To date, ALE has supplied more than 300 systems worldwide. Our machinery is used in an extensive range of industries having the commonality of requiring laser engraved micro-structures to provide value and function through topography.

ALE  Atlas 7 Metre Anilox Engraving System
ALE Atlas 7 Metre Anilox Engraving System

Products & Services

Our range of Laser Engraving Systems is special purpose machinery involving a high precision machine bed integrated with novel mechanisms and optical instrumentation together with specialized electronic, optical, computerized and laser equipment.

Machines range from 0.8m-7m roller length capability and up to 1m diameter. Laser type and wavelength are application or material specific. Materials processed include metals, ceramics, rubber, natural and synthetic polymers. We are constantly developing our range of products to increase productivity, reduce production costs and to meet specific customer-driven requirements.

Contact Details:

Kyle Dixon
Applied Laser Engineering Ltd
Unit 7 Ember Centre
Lyon Road
Walton-On-Thames
Surrey, KT12 3PU
UK

Tel: 44(0)2089411101
Fax: 44(0)2087831348

Books Authored by Dr NN Mahapatra

Dr NN MahapatraDr Mahapatra is having 30 years of experience in textile industries in India and abroad. He has worked in all big textile houses like Birla, Reliance, Raymond (Kenya), etc. In the year 2007 he was awarded C Col FSDC (UK) and C Text F.T.I. (Manchester). In the year 2008 he was awarded the F.T.A. from the Textile Association of India and F.I.C. from the Institution of Chemists, Kolkata. In the year 2009 he was awarded the F.I.E. from the Institution of Engineers (India). He has implemented many new technologies that have given benefits to the textile industries. He is a senior member of American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists, and The Fiber Society (USA). Presently he is working as Vice-President, Business Development, Colorant Ltd, Ahmadabad.

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Books Authored by Dr NN Mahapatra

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Garment producers turn to Vietnam amid rising labour costs in China

TAL Apparel‘s $50 million plant in Vietnam opened in October, can produce 16,000,000 shirts annually, in 100,000 variations, when output ramps up in the future, part of Vietnam‘s bid to join apparel global supply chain and employ millions. But the biggest news is across the road, where construction is under way on a $320 million textile mill, part of an integrated operation from yarn dyeing to fabric weaving to finishing

As labour costs rise in China, some of the world’s biggest manufacturers are getting a big bang for their buck in Vietnam.
As labour costs rise in China, some of the world’s biggest manufacturers are getting a big bang for their buck in Vietnam.

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Seminar on “Technical Textiles: The Next Big Opportunity”

COLLEGE OF TEXTILE ECHNOLOGY BERHAMPUR & SERAMPORE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, (NORTH INDIA CHAPTER) “TANTU”
India International Centre, New Delhi

25th September 2016

Tentative Seminar Schedule

Registration               9:30 Hrs – 10:00 Hrs

Inaugural Session      10:00 Hrs – 10:25 Hrs

  • Welcome Speech by Dr. Prabir Jana, President, TANTU
  • Launching of Annual Souvenir of TANTU
  • Keynote Address by Amalesh Mukhopadhyay, Advisor, Dept. of Science & Technology

Panel Discussion 1     10:25 Hrs – 11:25 Hrs

Wellness & Medical Textiles

Chair: Dilip Gianchandani, COO, Fibre 2 Fashion

Panelist:

  • P J Singh, Managing Director, Tynor Orthotics, India
  • Krishna Kumar Baheti, Director Technical, Shubh Swasan India Pvt. Ltd.
  • Rabi Chattopadhyay, Professor IIT, Delhi

Tea Break                   11:25 Hrs – 11:40 Hrs

Presentation 1           11:40 Hrs – 12:00 Hrs

Personal Air Filtration by Mann+Hummel India

Presentation 2           12:00 Hrs – 12:20 Hrs

Nonwovens in medical applications by Freudenberg India

Panel Discussion 2     12:20 Hrs – 13:20 Hrs.

Safety & Protective Wear

Chair: Deepak Mohindra, Editor in Chief, StitchWorld

Panelist:

  • Mrinal Talukdar, Director Technical, Kusumgar Corporate
  • Anurag Singhal, Managing Director, Sai Synergy LLP
  • Arindam Basu, Director General, NITRA, COE for Protective Textiles

Vote of Thanks by Sanjib Sinha, General Secretary, TANTU         13:40 Hrs – 13:50 Hrs

Networking Lunch                                                                             13:50 Hrs – onwards

Entry by invitation only,

To register yourself please log on to www.tantutextile.com