Hohenstein’s new 4D body scanner will be used in a series of research projects. Each project aims to advance knowledge and processes throughout the apparel industry.
One such project, “Mobility Restrictions,” is funded by the German Federation of Industrial Research Associations (AiF). Scheduled to complete in October 2020, it will focus on body measurement changes during movement. The aim of the Hohenstein scientists is to develop a standard method of analyzing how a clothing item restricts movement. Continue reading Hohenstein Launches Series of 4D Scanning Projects→
A decade back the alumni from Textile colleges of Calcutta University, based in north India constituted a forum named “TANTU”….. The thread!!
During British Rule in India, two institutions were established on the banks of Ganga in West Bengal to make a history of learning new way of textiles (Textile Technology). Since then these two institutions at Serampore and Berhampore (CTTB & CTTS), cultured the textiles and apparel being the alma mater of innumerable successful technologists. The students have etched their marks not only in Indian industry and research-based projects but also in the international arena of textiles.
With sustainability and circularity continued to be the flavour of discussion in textile and apparel fraternity, denim and Jeans are coming back stronger due to its severity of water and energy consumption. Jeans is always in the news for good or bad; it is classic yet fashionable; it is blue yet can take any colour. Globally, consumers own an average of 5.4 pairs of blue jeans. It would be natural to expect that the United States would boast the highest per capita ownership with around 8, given its seasonal temperatures and the fact that it is the birthplace of blue jeans. While India is far behind with per capita ownership of 0.3, numerous seminars and conferences are being organised to discuss the issue of energy consumption, water usage, CO2 footprint and effluent discharge per pair of Jeans making. Continue reading TANTU Seminar: It’s in Your Jeans→
TITP, commenced in 1993 in Japan, aims to contribute to developing countries by accepting people from these countries and transferring skills through On-the-Job-Training (‘OJT’). The purpose of TITP is to promote international cooperation through the transfer of skills, techniques, and knowledge developed by Technical Intern Trainees in Japan to developing regions, and contributing to the human resource development that will be the driving force behind the economic development of the said developing regions. Continue reading About Japan’s Technical Intern Training Program→
Following is the ASSOCHAM Circular On Placement Opportunity in Japan
This is to inform you that the Indian and Japanese Government had signed an MoU in
Novemeber, 2017 for sending Indian workers to JAPAN on a 3-5 year visa for Technical
Intern Training Program (TITP) – JAPAN.
The 7th edition of TANTU seminar will roll out at the India International Center, New Delhi, on 14th September 2019. Over the years TANTU seminar has established itself as a focused product based seminar discussing critical issues pertaining to manufacturing. The theme of this year’s seminar will be ‘Jeans Manufacturing’. Ramsons, one of world’s most respected apparel finishing solutions provider and made in India will be the title sponsor for the 7th edition of Tantu Seminar. Continue reading TANTU Seminar on Jeans Manufacturing→
The event was held to celebrate GRADO’s association with the Shahenshah of Bollywood – Big B – and its swift climb up the ladder in the Textile Industry
Mumbai, 12th June, 2019: Having set new benchmarks in the world of Textiles, power brand ‘GRADO from The House of GBTL and OCM’ has charmed the premium fabrics segment with its specialty of amalgamating modern technology with the tradition of making fabric. To commemorate its success, the brand organized the ‘GRADO Super Shahenshah Meet’ to celebrate its meteoritic rise in the Industry and its association with their brand ambassador, none other than the ‘Shahenshah of Bollywood’, Mr. Amitabh Bachchan. The event took place at Hotel Sahara Star, on 12th June, 2019, 6 pm onwards, with over 1000 + dealers, retailers, distributors and wholesalers, from across the country, in attendance. Continue reading ‘GRADO SUPER SHAHENSHAH MEET’ A HUGE SUCCESS WITH THE FRATERNITY; BRAND AMBASSADOR AMITABH BACHCHAN WOWS THE AUDIENCE!→
Excerpts of Dr AV Prasad’s speech at the Conference On “Technology Options for Sustainable Growth of Indian Chemical Industry” held by UDCT Alumni Association (UAA) in Ahmedabad
Dr AV Prasad has Master’s degree in textile chemistry and a very impressive career. He started his career in the production department in Century Mills. He has been with Clariant and later with Sandoz. He grew from a technical executive to Vice President, Senior Vice President and to the Country Head in textiles. He was the Global Head of new business development handling innovation projects for alliances, joint ventures and collaborations. He has published more than hundred articles and presented more than hundred papers in major seminars.
I would like to take you to the journey of what’s happening in textiles and what are the challenges for the textile industry. Before I get into that, I just want to make you aware about Archroma. Many people would know Sandoz quite well. Many people would know Hoechst quite well. Many people would know BASF quite well and also a lot of companies in this domain. We have gone through this acquisition process in the last 20 years and a lot of consolidation has happened in this whole process. And now we are here as Archroma having five companies in our portfolio. Overall, we got very good products in the acquisitions including lot of leather chemicals and a few products mainly for the construction industry. Continue reading Technology Options for Sustainable Textile Processing→
The UDCT Alumni Association (UAA) & the UAA Ahmedabad Chapter organised a 1-day Seminar on “Technology Options for Sustainable Growth of Indian Chemical Industry” on February 9, 2019 to celebrate the completion of 25 years of the UDCT Alumni Association (UAA)- Ahmedabad Chapter. The Silver Jubilee Seminar was held in the HT Parekh Hall of the Ahmedabad Management Association (AMA).
Prof. M.M. Sharma, a world-renowned chemical engineering scientist and Former Director of ICT, Mumbai, was the chief guest of the programme. His Keynote Address covered the topic of Innovations in Chemical Industry. Incidentally, Prof. MM Sharma was the initiator and mentor of the foundation of the UDCT Alumni Association – Ahmedabad Chapter which was inaugutated by him twenty five years ago.
Prof. G.D. Yadav, Vice Chancellor, ICT, in his address at the openning session, made a presentation on “Green Chemistry & Engineering in the Safer & Benign Manufacture of Chemicals, Materials & Energy” and highlighted the key role of ICT being played in this area. He also gave details of the ICT’s research activities and ambitious expansion plans including future ones.