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Biancalani plans to enhance presence in India

Biancalani plans to enhance presence in India

Biancalani presented BRIO and AIRO 24 at ITMA 2011. BRIO is an original active stabilizing dryer for knits working in semi-open form and in discontinuous with incredible...

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TT Ltd.’s Rs. 150-crore expansion plan

TT Ltd.’s Rs. 150-crore expansion plan

TT Ltd. has chalked out a Rs. 150-crore expansion plan to take advantage of the future market potential in the Indian textile industry. It is investing Rs. 25 crores...

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ITMA 2011 – A complete success for Mahlo

ITMA 2011 – A complete success for Mahlo

Steam-rolled! At times there was not a single spot available at the Mahlo booth and that at almost 300 m2 exhibition space. The Mahlo team had their hands full managing...

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OCM’ revamped brand strategy

OCM’ revamped brand strategy

OCM India Ltd., a prominent men’s apparel fabric manufacturer and retailer and a part of WL Ross & Co. LLC, has unveiled an image makeover with a fresh and...

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Overwhelming response for SSM products

Overwhelming response for SSM products

The Swiss-based Schärer Schweiter Mettler AG (SSM), the inventor of the electronic yarn traverse system, continued its trend-setting tradition with its presentation...

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Danfoss VLT drives are highly energy-efficient

Danfoss VLT drives are highly energy-efficient

As a preferred supplier within textile industries, Danfoss which participated in ITMA 2011 focused on developing long-term partnerships with its customers to provide...

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Marzoli expanding Indian operations

Marzoli expanding Indian operations

Marzoli is opening a new facility in Bangalore for sales, service, spare parts and customer support to the Indian market. It will also be shortly manufacturing the...

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Indian technical textiles industry will be worth Rs. 1,58,000 cr by 2017

Indian technical textiles industry will be worth Rs. 1,58,000 cr by 2017

Techtextil India, a runaway success The Indian technical textile industry is expected to grow so fast as to be worth Rs. 1,58,000 crores by 2017. “The technical...

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Another 21 textile parks costing Rs. 2,100 crores approved

Another 21 textile parks costing Rs. 2,100 crores approved

The Government has sanctioned 21 new textile parks under the Scheme for Integrated Textile Parks at a project cost of Rs. 2,100 crores to be implemented over a period...

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November 2011

November 2011

Please click here to go to our November 2011 Textile Magazine emag edition. ...

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