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Benninger : Zero Discharge Resource Management

Benninger : Zero Discharge Resource Management

Global energy and water shortage calls for ecological solutions for wet chemical production procedures. Benninger is already well-known as a provider [...]
Man-Made Fibres  and Sustainability

Man-Made Fibres and Sustainability

Man-made fibres are classified into three classes, those made from natural polymers, those made from synthetic polymers and those made from inorganic [...]
‘Bhilwara textile industry needs to adopt sustainable means’– Mr Sharma, RSWM

‘Bhilwara textile industry needs to adopt sustainable means’– Mr Sharma, RSWM

Another interesting presentation at the ‘International Conference on Manmade Fibre Textiles’ came from Mr Ajay Sharma who is GM (New Product Developme [...]
‘Indian textile sector should stick to its core competency’ : Robin Anson – MD, Textiles Intelligence – UK

‘Indian textile sector should stick to its core competency’ : Robin Anson – MD, Textiles Intelligence – UK

“The Indian textile industry needs to stick to its core competence of producing textiles such as yarns and fabrics, in which the country has immense s [...]
‘2010 was ‘Year of Warp Knitting’ – Mr Shewale, A.T.E.

‘2010 was ‘Year of Warp Knitting’ – Mr Shewale, A.T.E.

“2010 can rightly be called the ‘Year of warp knitting’ as demand for warp knitting machines continued to grow from the beginning of 2010 due to h [...]
‘Indian spandex usage growing at 15%’ – Mr Gupta, Indorama

‘Indian spandex usage growing at 15%’ – Mr Gupta, Indorama

The delegates at the second session on day-1 of the ‘International Conference on Manmade Fibre Textiles’ were enthralled by a scintillating presen [...]
‘VSF will come into its own in near future’ – Mr Sardana

‘VSF will come into its own in near future’ – Mr Sardana

Mr Ajay Sardana, Asst VP (Global Customers & Market Intelligence) at Grasim, is of the firm opinion that viscose staple fibre (VSF) will come [...]

Malaysian Textile & Apparel Market

Malaysia is a country on the move. The growth of Malaysia’s textiles and apparel industry accelerated in the early 1970s, when the country embarked on [...]
India looks to Malaysia as Gateway to expand Textile Industry in ASEAN

India looks to Malaysia as Gateway to expand Textile Industry in ASEAN

Targets USD100 million of Trade Exchanges at INTEXPO, an Exclusive Indian Textile Expo Kuala Lumpur – India arranged ‘INTEXPO’, the first and exclusi [...]
International Conference on “Manmade Fibre Textiles” in Ahmedabad

International Conference on “Manmade Fibre Textiles” in Ahmedabad

Fibre2Fashion, SGCCI, SASCMA & Others Organise International Conference on "Manmade Fibre Textiles" in Ahmedabad ‘International Conference on Ma [...]
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