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The May 2021 edition of The Textile Magazine highlights the importance of World Environment Day. It has U.S. Cotton on the cover. The edition has a market watch segment on the Japanese Textile and Apparel Market. Inside stories like updates on Itemalab, Heiq, Indo Count, Welspun, A.T.E to name a few major manufacturers. Great edition.

“Innovation Is In Our DNA” HEIQ

Taking the global pandemic in its stride, HeiQ has been extra proactive in developing masks that have not only been labelled user-friendly but are also highly protective. For instance, fabrics treated by the HeiQ MetalliX technology deactivate most of the infectious viruses that cause corona virus in as little as five minutes. In this exclusive interview, Carlo Centonze, Co-Founder and CEO, elaborates about the company’s product portfolio, discharging its social responsibility to make the world a safer and healthier place and its future growth strategies

“Innovation Is In Our DNA” HEIQ

7 mins

Proven results with innovative comber machines from TRUETZSCHLER

More and more TCO 12 combers are now operating in India – and that success had to be earned. Customers in the Indian spinning industry want to experience real-world results from innovations on the shop floor. The rising popularity of the Truetzschler comber TCO 12 is a powerful indication of how our machines meet these expectations by providing outstanding quality and productivity.

Proven results with innovative comber machines from TRUETZSCHLER

2 mins

A RADICAL LEAP IN FABRIC INSPECTION: Uster Q-Bar 2 becomes the unique formation monitoring system

The best way to avoid off-quality is simply not to make it. Uster Q-Bar 2 introduces a radical leap in fabric inspection. It monitors the fabric additionally at the earliest point – the critical stage in fabric formation – with automatic, in-line inspection. Identifying problems here brings enormous benefits, preventing defects and enabling weavers to deliver constant quality and stay competitive in the market.

A RADICAL LEAP IN FABRIC INSPECTION: Uster Q-Bar 2 becomes the unique formation monitoring system

3 mins

This Is The Last Battle And Eventually We Will Win This War

Savio Macchine Tessili (SMT) is considered an industry leader in automatic winders, two-for-one twisters (TFOs) and rotor spinning frames. With its manufacturing plants located in Italy, the Czech Republic, China and India, SMT – established in 1911 in Pordenone, Italy – has been making deeper inroads into the Indian market. Textile Magazine caught up with Valter De Carli, Regional Vice President (India), Savio Macchine Tessili to find out how the company has been tackling the challenges posed by the ongoing pandemic

This Is The Last Battle And Eventually We Will Win This War

5 mins

KPR Mill's education initiative for women employees yields excellent results

Coimbatore-based KPR Mill Limited has been in the news for its pioneering educational initiatives as part of its CSR activities. Over 27,000 women employees working in the group have successfully completed higher education courses in the last 23 years. Going one step further, it has now successfully trained 52 candidates of which 45 students have already been placed in reputed establishments till now. A report

KPR Mill's education initiative for women employees yields excellent results

4 mins

World Environment Day Special Edition: U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol setting new standards in sustainable cottton production

Every year June 5 th is celebrated as the ‘World Environment Day’ (WED). Every year the day, which has now become a global platform for creating awareness about sustainability, is celebrated with a theme. In 2021 the theme is ‘Ecosystem Restoration’. Coincidentally, this time around, just as in 2020, the event is being held amidst a raging Covid-19 pandemic. While extremely unfortunate, there is no denying the fact that the pandemic has been instrumental in raising the levels of awareness about sustainable practices and products.

World Environment Day Special Edition: U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol setting new standards in sustainable cottton production

3 mins

“We see possibilities and opportunities in every challenge - SUCHITA OSWAL JAIN Vice Chairman and MD, Vardhman Group

Vardhman Group, with its portfolio spreading across yarn, fabric, acrylic fibre, garments, special and alloys steel, has not only been a leader in its business space but also an active cheerleader of environment sustainability initiatives. As the company’s Vice Chairman and Managing Director Suchita Oswal Jain informs through this article, the desire to be sustainable has propelled it to think out of the box, ideate, innovate, and create something new and add value through all its processes

“We see possibilities and opportunities in every challenge - SUCHITA OSWAL JAIN Vice Chairman and MD, Vardhman Group

3 mins

“Our partnership with U.S. Cotton will establish credible supply chain links - M RAM MD, Paramount Textile Mills

Paramount Textiles strongly believes in sustainable manufacturing and business processes and is a net consumer of its emissions

“Our partnership with U.S. Cotton will establish credible supply chain links - M RAM MD, Paramount Textile Mills

3 mins

“U.S. Cotton will give brands and retailers the critical assurances they need - ILAVARASU MD, S A Aanandan Spinning Mills

S A Aanandan Spinning Mills P Ltd. has since long been an active promoter of sustainability initiatives which are implemented in its day-to-day operations

“U.S. Cotton will give brands and retailers the critical assurances they need - ILAVARASU MD, S A Aanandan Spinning Mills

2 mins

EPRICON – An Alternate To Conventional And Digital Prints

Evolution of Textile Printing Technologies and Innovative Sustainable Solutions

EPRICON – An Alternate To Conventional And Digital Prints

6 mins

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The Textile magazine Magazine Description:

PublisherGOPALI & CO.

CategoryBusiness

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

The Textile Magazine is India's only corporate news magazine on the textile industry, published since 1959. The entire spectrum of the textile industry from fiber to garmenting is covered.

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