CATEGORIES

STUDY ON PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES USED BY LOCAL TAILORS

STUDY ON PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES USED BY LOCAL TAILORS

7 mins read
Textile Value Chain
February 2021

THE EMERGING FUTURE FOR POLYESTER

Polyester (PET) is the most widely used fibre in the apparel industry, accounting for around 52% of the total volume of fibres produced globally. The apparel industry accounts for around 32 million tons of the 57 million tons of polyester used each year [1]. It is used widely in technical textiles as well.

6 mins read
Textile Value Chain
February 2021

WEBINAR ON TECHNICAL TEXTILE

Our honorable Ms. Smriti Zubin Irani Ji, Minister of Textiles, Information and Broadcasting and Women and Child Development, India from BJP representing Amethi constituency has took many steps to uplift the Textile Industry and has been seen in Conference held for technical textile this year.

4 mins read
Textile Value Chain
February 2021

POLYESTER VALUE CHAIN

The origin has many names and named by the companies producing it. It started with the discovery of Nylon in United States then Terylene in England.

2 mins read
Textile Value Chain
February 2021

PET a necessary evil

How often do we see PET around us? If you observe we are surrounded with PET and its variants. From apparels to heavy industrial textiles, PET has become one of the most important fiber to humans. This is because of its amazing properties. It is strong, stable, and durable, If we compare it with natural fibers, it is cheaper with such features.

3 mins read
Textile Value Chain
February 2021

LOCKDOWN IN UK AND EUROPE HAS DRASTICALLY CHANGED THE MARKET OF IMPORT AND EXPORT

LOCKDOWN IN UK AND EUROPE HAS DRASTICALLY CHANGED THE MARKET OF IMPORT AND EXPORT

1 min read
Textile Value Chain
February 2021

IKEA IN INDIA – CASE STUDY

It has made its presence in India and has planned growing its root here and opened recently in Navi Mumbai in December 2020.

4 mins read
Textile Value Chain
February 2021

KHITISH PANDYA: FOUNDER, ECO TASAR

Khitish Pandya has been involved with tasar silk textiles since 2000. He was brought in by PRADAN- an NGO to help build the business side of the silk yarn making project initiated by PRADAN.

1 min read
Textile Value Chain
February 2021

AUTOMATION IN APPAREL INDUSTRY

Automation is most often defined as, automatically controlled operation of an apparatus, process or system by mechanical or electronic devices that take the place of human organs of observation, effort, and decision. The purpose of this paper was to investigate the status and the effects of technology adoption on the level of organizational factors within the context of the apparel industry.

10+ mins read
Textile Value Chain
February 2021

Textile Vs Technology: Created To Please Or Displease?

Corporate Strategies & Communication (CSC)

3 mins read
Textile Value Chain
February 2021

VOLKSWAGEN INDIA DRESS RE-DESIGN COMPETITION IN COLLABORATION WITH NIFT

Volkswagen launched a dress redesign competition which was conducted for students of 2020 Fashion Design Batch of NIFT Institute across the country. The initiative provided a collaborative platform for young talents to showcase and implement their desig nskill in creating a refreshed and visually appealing dress code for VW sales professionals.

3 mins read
Textile Value Chain
January 2021

THE SHAPE OF HOME TEXTILES

Year 2021 will be all about taking a closer look at what you choose for your home, elements that represent you, make your soul feel at home are the most calming choices. While choosing for textures and colors, visualize the element if your favorite nook and a couple more spaces before you buy.

2 mins read
Textile Value Chain
January 2021

SUSTAINABLE FIBRES FOR HOME FURNISHINGS

The textile industry has been an ongoing evolutionary industry since the dawn of Human civilization.

4 mins read
Textile Value Chain
January 2021

NEVER STOP

Driven with passion, the AIO group strongly believes in its tagline, which is NEVER STOP. The founder, Harshit finds inspiration in his brand which has been built considering some risks all the while following the passions. Started with just an idea and vision, AIO group today stands strong in the market for sportswear. The brand and its founder believe that to achieve heights, the first thing one needs to do is start. Working diligently and consistently follows.

4 mins read
Textile Value Chain
January 2021

IMPROVING YOUR COMPANY'S PERFORMANCE: 3 TIPS TO SETTING UP AN EFFECTIVE PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM WHICH GIVES RESULTS

An organization which does not measure and monitor the performance of every employee cannot reach optimum level of performance. Human beings naturally love challenges and most of us need a target or a goal to aspire for. At the workplace too, in case we do not have a clear goal; most employees prefer to meander along doing what is minimum requirement to get their monthly salary. It is therefore imperative that all organizations have some method of measuring and monitoring performance.

2 mins read
Textile Value Chain
January 2021

FUTURE OF SUSTAINABLE FASHION IN INDIA- KAMAKHYAA

YOUR ONE-STOP ONLINE SHOPPING DESTINATION FOR SUSTAINABLE AND LUXURY WOMEN’S WEAR FASHION.

4 mins read
Textile Value Chain
January 2021

A.T.E. PARTNERS WITH W+D BICMA, GERMANY, TO BRING TEXTILE HYGIENE MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIES TO INDIA

The ongoing pandemic has brought renewed focus on the medical and hygiene segment in textiles.

1 min read
Textile Value Chain
January 2021

Sustainable Is The Way To Be

Textile Value Chain gets in conversation with Mr. Anjani Prasad, MD, Archroma India, Nepal and Sri Lanka; a company which is taking extraordinary steps and walking the walk of sustainability in its true meaning. Even though there is a long way to go, small steps and initiatives taken by Archroma could help the industry push the sustainability goals.

6 mins read
Textile Value Chain
January 2021

Interiors Defined : Home Textiles & Categories

Textiles are a millennia old, and maybe close to as old as the dawn of human race. This makes materials one of our most established works of art, and one sort of home textiles may rank among the main types of this workmanship. Textiles have for some time been utilized as floor covers, making a feeling of separation between the inside of a home and the earth. Indeed, even in traveling, floor covers are regularly seen as a need. In numerous societies, floor covers work as wall coverings as well.

7 mins read
Textile Value Chain
January 2021

WET PROCESSING INDUTRY- A STRONG POTENTIAL TO BECOME COMPLETELY SUSTAINABLE PRACHI GHELOT

In present situation ecological cognizance of individuals about natural products, renewable resources, less ecological harm and sustainability of the products they buy has restored the utilization of natural colors in coloring of textiles. Natural dyes are having some characteristic preferences: No health risks, Simple extraction and purification, No harmful effluent, mild dyeing temperatures and Sustainable sources .

4 mins read
Textile Value Chain
December 2020

WET PROCESSING - ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS AND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS

The textile industry is being considered as the highest polluting industry. We deal with dyes, chemicals to get beautiful colours on the fabric, finishes for functional properties like UV protection, anti-sweat, anti-static, inspect repellant, bacterial repellant and many more, we end up using materials that are harmful to nature. Many a times natural colours are not that easily available and they do not have the characteristics to retain the colours for many years. As a result of limitations to eco-friendly processing, the industry is opting for manmade chemicals.

4 mins read
Textile Value Chain
December 2020

TRENDING - TIE AND DYE!

Tie and dye is a technique where colour or dye is applied through various methods but are also resisted or stopped from entering special parts of the material or fabric. For example a rubber band or a thread is tied around a fabric tightly that nothing enters it; then after immersing the fabric in the dye bath the colour does not penetrates or stamps over the area which results in designs and unique patterns.

5 mins read
Textile Value Chain
December 2020

TIES AND BOW TIES

A gentleman should dress to his strengths to accommodate his individuality. Dressing well is not about following the tides of fashion or adhering to outdated rules. It is a skill to help you through life challenges-from job interviews to special dates and to show you true self in any setting (Potter Gift, 2015).

7 mins read
Textile Value Chain
December 2020

PROTECTION, HYGIENE AND COMFORT WITH N9 WORLD TECHNOLOGIES

Trends, consumer behaviour and markets, every aspect of the global economy is having a keen eye on protective textiles because the consumer behaviour is shifting towards some major lifestyle changes, the highlight of which will be protection

3 mins read
Textile Value Chain
December 2020

LOOKING FORWARD TO 2021 WITH KEY TRENDS

The transition to modular designs and plan thinking in fashion is introducing another period of attachable and detachable components to clothing, footwear and accessories, regardless of whether it’s an enriching neckline or a three-in-one puffa jacket.

4 mins read
Textile Value Chain
December 2020

OWNERSHIP AND RISK TAKING

I believe that if the right talent is attracted and selected then the responsibility to build ownership and risk taking attitude is of the SME owner/founder. It is a slow process and the time taken will depend on both the owner/founder and senior leader in question, however, at the heart of this process is, for the SME owner to develop the mentality of accepting failure.

3 mins read
Textile Value Chain
December 2020

N9 World Technologies - Protective Solutions for the Post COVID World

N9 World Technologies Private Limited (N9WTPL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Resil Chemicals, Bengaluru is an innovative specialty chemicals company committed to offering unique patented next-generation technologies in the hygiene, comfort and wellness space. The company’s technologies offer differentiated value and cost-effective sustainable solutions to its customers and consumer brands. In this feature, the senior management of the company shares information about the product portfolio, operational strategy and the future plans.

5 mins read
Textile Value Chain
December 2020

ENCIRCLING THE INDIAN TEXTILE WET PROCESSING INDUSTRY

Manufacturing Sustainable Bast Yarns Modern rotor spinning system from raw material to yarn

6 mins read
Textile Value Chain
December 2020

APPLICATION OF IOT in TEXTILE INDUSTRY

Internet of Things (IOT) is a concept of having a network of physical objects. “Things” refers to objects so, by meaning of Internet of Things one can say an interaction or transaction of data and even controlling to a certain extent the physical objects by the help of sensors, software and technologies [1]. Example of this technology in our real life can be, finger print scanners in our phones, where the sensor detect the fingerprints and if it matches opens the phone.

4 mins read
Textile Value Chain
December 2020

Improving the Textile Education in Maharashtra

What is Education?

9 mins read
Textile Value Chain
October 2020

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