A major fire broke out in the spinning mill of Ahmedabad based Chiripal Group, situated in Saijpur-Gopalpur on Pirana road in Piplej which has thus far caused the damage of property to the tune of crores of rupees and is likely to take several more hours to be doused.
5th edition of Technotex in Mumbai from April 21 – 23, 2016
Technotex 2016 aims to boost ‘Make in India’ in Technical Textiles Technical Textiles can play an important role in social and economic front: Minister Amended TUFS gives special focus on Technical Textiles: Textiles Minister Textiles Minister releases Baseline survey on Technical Textiles and BIS Standards
To make India a manufacturing hub in the area of Technical Textiles, under the “Make in India” initiative of Government of India. That is one of the objectives of Technotex 2016, India’s premier show on technical textiles, organized by the Government of India, in association with Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI). The 5th International Exhibition & Conference on Technical Textiles recognizes the immense potential of technical textiles and its increasingly diverse and innovative applications. Fittingly, the event has a ‘smart’ theme: “Technical Textiles – Towards a Smart Future”. Technotex 2016 will be held at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon, Mumbai from April 21 – 23, 2016. Continue reading Curtain Raiser event of Technotex 2016 held at New Delhi→
Attorney General of California Kamala D. Harris Announces Landmark Settlement with Pratibha Syntex Ltd. India-Based Company to Pay $100,000 Over Unfair Business Practices, Use of Pirated Software, in First Legally Enforceable Judgement by a State Against a Foreign Company
Los Angeles : Attorney General Kamala D. Harris – on December 28, 2015 – announced a settlement resolving allegations that Pratibha Syntex Ltd., a company based in India, gained an unfair competitive advantage over American-based companies by using pirated software in the production of clothing imported and sold in California. The case marks the first time a state has secured a legally enforceable judgement against an international company for these types of violations.
Dubai, UAE : National award winning textile exhibitors, global fashion authorities, revered academic institutions, exclusive keynote speakers, and the world’s leading corpus on sustainable fashion – assembled under one roof, can only signify one thing: ITF. The two-day event has long been hailed as the Middle East’s premier textile fair; and rightly so.
In its pursuit of ‘Achieving Textile Versatility’ ITF serves as a crossroad where the global textile industry congregates, giving the look and feel of an organized consortium. Staying true to its aim, the fair hosts varied types of exhibitors from across the world; be it a premium silk company from Italy, a nascent kid’s garment corporation from Peru, an international textile bureau from India, or the world’s leading corpus on sustainable fashion based in London. Continue reading ITF Dubai 2015 to Create a Textile & Fashion Dream House→
It is with deep sense of sadness and sorrow that we announce the passing away of Shri Pranlal Tapulal Kamdar on Thursday, May 7, 2015 at Rajkot. Shri PT Kamdar was 83. He was not keeping well from last couple of years. He left behind his beloved wife Indira and daughters – Nitika Sanjiv Nandani and Roopa Dhanraj Mehta. Nitika, settled in Rajkot, is running a pathology laboratory with her MD Pathologist husband. Roopa is settled in Australia working as a Research Scientist in Australian Blood Bank. Her husband is a CA. Continue reading Obituary : PT Kamdar→
There is a budget of Rs. 2000 crore for purchase of textile related products every year.
Conclave on Indigenization and Supply of Special Clothing to Soldiers
A fully indigenous ‘Made in India’ clothing solution for our soldiers. This was the theme of a one-day conclave held today, in New Delhi.
The conclave was organized by the National Textiles Corporation in the PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, with active participation of senior officers of Ministry of Textiles, Ministry of Defence and the Indian Army. Representatives of NITRA, ATIRA and key stakeholders of Technical textile industry too participated.
The event was chaired by Shri Sanjay Kumar Panda, Secretary – Textiles, Government of India and was attended by Lt. Gen. Ravi Thodge, AVSM, VSM, SM, Master General Ordnance, Ministry of Defence.
The conclave deliberated on the subject of providing our soldiers a fully indigenous clothing solution, on the concept of “Make in India”.