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The July 2021 edition of The Textile Magazine has the new Textile Minister's view on the industry as cover story. There are interesting updates on company's like Jayashree Textiles, Pratibha Syntex, Heiq, Hyosung, SVP Global, Inditex to name a few. Interesting read!

Good Fashion Fund signs contract with Pratibha Syntex

The Good Fashion Fund, the Fashion for Good initiated fund to drive sustainable manufacturing practices, has signed its first deal with Indian manufacturer Pratibha Syntex Limited. The 4.5 million US dollar, long-term loan, will support Pratibha Syntex’s planned capital expenditures for the replacement of machinery and expansion of sustainable equipment in their spinning, processing and garmenting divisions. Pratibha Syntex supplies textiles and garments to popular brands including C&A, H&M, Patagonia and Zara.

Good Fashion Fund signs contract with Pratibha Syntex

2 mins

ITALIAN TEXTILE MACHINERY - Pandemic Accelerates Digital Transformation Process in Textile Sector

The Covid-19 pandemic that hit the world a year ago has also severely impacted the textile machinery sector. At ACIMIT’s general assembly, the association representing the Italian textile machinery manufacturers, this was seen as an opportunity to consider what the sector had lost in 2020, while also presenting a variety of future projects to relaunch the industry.

ITALIAN TEXTILE MACHINERY - Pandemic Accelerates Digital Transformation Process in Textile Sector

2 mins

Industry hails continuation of RoSCTL: To give fillip to export of apparel, garments and made-ups

After a period of the Covid-19 pandemic induced lull, there is some good news filtering in for the textile industry. The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has given its approval for continuation of Rebate of State and Central taxes and Levies (RoSCTL) with the same rates as notified by Ministry of Textiles vide Notification dated 8th march 2019, on exports of Apparel and Garments (Chapters-61 & 62) and Made-ups (Chapter-63) in exclusion from Remission of Duties and Taxes on Exported Products (RoDTEP) scheme for these chapters. The scheme will continue till 31st March 2024.

Industry hails continuation of RoSCTL: To give fillip to export of apparel, garments and made-ups

3 mins

INDITEX targets net zero emissions by 2040

The Executive Chairman announces that Inditex will bring its net zero emissions target forward 10 years to 2040. The Group is also bringing several other sustainability targets forward. This includes aiming for all its cotton to be more sustainable or recycled by 2023, two years ahead of schedule.

INDITEX targets net zero emissions by 2040

3 mins

How Stäubli's TIEPRO warp tying machine delights weavers worldwide

Stäubli unveiled the revolutionary TIEPRO tying machine in 2019. In the short time since then, this machine has become a standard workhorse in renowned weaving mills around the world. Offering unique, easy-handling properties and efficient warp-sheet processing, it has thoroughly convinced operators and managers alike. TIEPRO has become a must-have for forward-looking weaving mills. What makes it so special?

How Stäubli's TIEPRO warp tying machine delights weavers worldwide

2 mins

HeiQ and The LYCRA Company

Collaboration promises an exciting future for textiles with a focus on stretch, comfort, freshness and sustainability

HeiQ and The LYCRA Company

2 mins

SHAHI EXPORTS

India’s first woven apparel and textiles manufacturer to create Cradle to Cradle Certified® Gold products

SHAHI EXPORTS

3 mins

Simultaneous or traversing distortion detection in textile production: a tough decision. Or is it?

With the invention of the first automatic weft straightener, Mahlo GmbH + Co. KG set a milestone in the textile industry. Continuous further development and a high level of innovation, incorporating many years of experience in application technology, resulted in the straightening technology that still defines the standard in the industry today. No other system on the market can detect distortions as precisely as the scanning system of the machine manufacturer from Bavaria, Germany. Even the most complicated weaves, surface structures and patterns are detected fully automatically and reliably. The appropriate measuring principle for the interested customer's product mix can be selected from a broad portfolio of different scanning technologies and sensors. Mahlo sales manager Thomas Höpfl explains what is behind this.

Simultaneous or traversing distortion detection in textile production: a tough decision. Or is it?

4 mins

The Secret to Achieving Best Sliver Quality - Draw Frame Maintenance and SERVOdrive Upgrade

Rieter’s new draw frame maintenance concept takes a comprehensive approach. It defines the machine as a system of components that need to work together as a team so they can deliver the best results. One of the key components is the levelling system. Replacing it with a new SERVOdrive not only improves the quality of the sliver. It also reduces overall maintenance costs as high-maintenance components such as the gearbox are eliminated.

The Secret to Achieving Best Sliver Quality - Draw Frame Maintenance and SERVOdrive Upgrade

4 mins

BRÜCKNER's top performance, the basis for a long-term partnership

Hayri Taşdemir, General Manager of the Elif Iplik Group, wants to remain successful with his company in the long term: "The most important thing for us is the large production capacity, high quality of goods and flexibility. The customers' requirements are changing constantly, we have to be able to react to them immediately in order to remain competitive. With BRÜCKNER and INTER TEKSTIL we have definitely chosen the right partners!"

BRÜCKNER's top performance, the basis for a long-term partnership

3 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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