Shima Seiki set to partake at Expotextil Peru 2017

Related Keywords: children wear, fashion industry, flat knitting machine manufacturer, gloves, hats, international suppliers fair, Japanese computerized, leggings, Mufflers, partake at upcoming Expotextil Peru, produce variety items, promote wholegarment knitting technology, Shima Seiki Mfg Ltd, socks, Textile and Clothing industry, WHOLEGARMENT knitting machine

Lima
Shima Seiki set to partake at Expotextil Peru 2017
Summary: 
Leading Japanese computerized flat knitting machine manufacturer SHIMA SEIKI MFG., LTD. is set to partake at the upcoming Expotextil Peru 2017 show, an international suppliers fair for the textile and clothing industry. Shima Seiki will promote its WHOLEGARMENT knitting technology for the first time.by displaying its SWG061N2 WHOLEGARMENT knitting machine.

Leading Japanese computerized flat knitting machine manufacturer SHIMA SEIKI MFG., LTD. is set to partake at the upcoming Expotextil Peru 2017 show, an international suppliers fair for the textile and clothing industry. Shima Seiki will promote its WHOLEGARMENT knitting technology for the first time.by displaying its SWG061N2 WHOLEGARMENT knitting machine.

http://www.shimaseiki.com/news/press/expotextil-peru-2017.html
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Ludhiana hosiery industry hit hard due to unrest in Kashmir

Related Keywords: all orders stood cancelled, caps, due to unrest in Kashmir, gloves, industry incurred a loss of nearly Rs hundred crore, jackets, Ludhiana hosiery industry, majority of units have closed down, supplies goods such as shawls, suspended production, sweaters, warmers and blankets to Jammu and Kashmir

Ludhiana
Ludhiana hosiery industry hit hard due to unrest in Kashmir
Summary: 
The Ludhiana hosiery industry that supplies goods such as shawls, jackets, sweaters, gloves, caps, warmers and blankets to Jammu and Kashmir due to the unrest in Kashmir have suspended production and a majority of these have closed down as a result the industry has incurred a loss of nearly Rs100 crore.

The Ludhiana hosiery industry that supplies goods such as shawls, jackets, sweaters, gloves, caps, warmers and blankets to Jammu and Kashmir due to the unrest in Kashmir have suspended production and a majority of these have closed down as a result the industry has incurred a loss of nearly Rs100 crore.

Many noted knitwear houses manufacturing shawls who have sent their raw material to Kashmir for its famous embroidery has been stuck due to the unrest following the killing of terrorist Burhan Wani, said Tarun Jain, Chairman, Bahadur-Ke-Textile and Knitwear Association.

http://www.tribuneindia.com/news/ludhiana/hosiery-industry-incurs-loss-of-over-rs100-crore/297351.html
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Pak govt on import of textile waste used as raw material collects 22pc tax

Related Keywords: at import stage, blankets, due to overall zero rating status of textile sector, forced to pay taxes, gloves, importing average ten to fifteen containers per month, importing fabric waste, Pakistani spinning mills, tenth of total spinning sector, used for manufacturing of socks, uses textile waste as a raw material, value added product, waste cotton

Islamabad
Pak govt on import of textile waste used as raw material collects 22pc tax
Summary: 
Pakistan’s spinning mills importing fabric waste are forced to pay 17% sales tax and 5% withholding tax at the import stage, which they cannot recover due to overall zero-rating status of the textile sector, according to industry people. About a tenth of the total spinning sector uses textile waste as a raw material, said the industry officials.

Pakistan’s spinning mills importing fabric waste are forced to pay 17% sales tax and 5% withholding tax at the import stage, which they cannot recover due to overall zero-rating status of the textile sector, according to industry people. About a tenth of the total spinning sector uses textile waste as a raw material, said the industry officials.

http://tribune.com.pk/story/1171080/violation-agreement-govt-still-collecting-22-tax-import-textile-waste/
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Bohempia focus to get back hemp into the Czech textile business

Related Keywords: Bohempia produces T-shirts, brainchild of textile machinery expert Tomáš Rohal, bring back Hemp, compete with cheap textile imports, Czech textile business, environmental friendly, expand its line to hemp jeans, gloves, newly-established Czech firm Bohempia, replaced by cotton, socks, towels and even a hand-made line of hemp sneakers

Prague
Bohempia focus to get back hemp into the Czech textile business
Summary: 
A newly-established Czech firm Bohempia, the brainchild of textile machinery expert Tomáš Rohal aims to bring hemp back into the Czech textile business. Rohal has decided to set up an entirely different business, environmentally friendly with a stamp of its own that could compete with cheap textile imports from the East because it offered added value. Hemp would be a secret to success.

A newly-established Czech firm Bohempia, the brainchild of textile machinery expert Tomáš Rohal aims to bring hemp back into the Czech textile business. Rohal has decided to set up an entirely different business, environmentally friendly with a stamp of its own that could compete with cheap textile imports from the East because it offered added value. Hemp would be a secret to success.

All of Bohempia’s products are made of hemp - T-shirts, socks, gloves, towels and even a hand-made line of hemp sneakers and is currently aiming to expand its line to hemp jeans.

http://www.radio.cz/en/section/business/bohempia-aims-to-bring-hemp-back-into-the-czech-textile-business
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Spandex market to grow with increasing demand from textile industry

Related Keywords: activewear and athletic, aerobic, Asia pacific, belts, competitive swimwear, consumed in textile, cycling jersey, exercise garment, gloves, Increasing demand from the textile industry, known as elastane, leggings, new opportunities, primary factors for growth of spandex market, skin tight garments, spandex, strength and strong elasticity

US
Spandex market to grow with increasing demand from textile industry
Summary: 
Spandex, a copolymer based on polyurea-polyurethane also known as elastane. Spandex fibers are significantly consumed in a wide range of textiles due to strength and strong elasticity as well its ability to return to its original shape after stretching as compared to ordinary fabrics. It was first manufactured by E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company.

Spandex, a copolymer based on polyurea-polyurethane also known as elastane. Spandex fibers are significantly consumed in a wide range of textiles due to strength and strong elasticity as well its ability to return to its original shape after stretching as compared to ordinary fabrics. It was first manufactured by E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company.

http://empowerednews.net/increasing-demand-from-the-textile-industry-driving-spandex-market/1864933/
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Indian defence sector an opportunity for textile industry’s growth

Related Keywords: defence procurement manual under review, for soldiers, gloves, Indian defence sector, jackets, look of more local manufacturers, protective clothing, requires textile items, shoes, socks, sources from domestic and overseas manufacturers, tarpaulins, tent material, volume requirement going up

Coimbatore
Indian defence sector an opportunity for textile industry’s growth
Summary: 
The Indian Army often requires gloves, jackets, socks, shoes, tent material, tarpaulins, and many more textile items for the soldiers who are in high altitude and super high altitude areas, sources these from the domestic and overseas manufacturers. But it is now looking at more of local manufacturers and is creating awareness among the local industries on the defence requirements for protective clothing.

The Indian Army often requires gloves, jackets, socks, shoes, tent material, tarpaulins, and many more textile items for the soldiers who are in high altitude and super high altitude areas, sources these from the domestic and overseas manufacturers. But it is now looking at more of local manufacturers and is creating awareness among the local industries on the defence requirements for protective clothing.

http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Coimbatore/textile-sector-has-opportunities-in-the-defence-sector/article7821017.ece
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Cheaper rates prompt home textiles exporters in Karur to use sea route

Related Keywords: advantage of dispatching in bulk, aprons, bed linens, booming business in home textiles, cheaper rates, continue to route through sea, cushion covers, exported to overseas, gloves, mosaic of home textiles, not seen shipment, Pillow covers, proximity to textile hub, tea and kitchen towels, Textile hub of Karur, Tiruchi International airport

Tiruchirapalli
Cheaper rates  prompt home textiles exporters of Karur to use sea route
Summary: 
The textile hub of Karur has been witnessing booming business in home textiles with the volume of exports estimated at over Rs. 3,000 crore, according to trade circles. Despite robust growth in export of home textiles from Karur, the Tiruchi international airport has not seen shipment of home textiles notwithstanding its proximity to textile hub of Karur as export continues to be routed through sea

The textile hub of Karur has been witnessing booming business in home textiles with the volume of exports estimated at over Rs. 3,000 crore, according to trade circles. Despite robust growth in export of home textiles from Karur, the Tiruchi international airport has not seen shipment of home textiles notwithstanding its proximity to textile hub of Karur as export continues to be routed through sea

Cheaper rates and the advantage of dispatching goods in bulk are factors prompting textile exporters of Karur to send their home textile products by sea than air.

http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Tiruchirapalli/exporters-of-home-textiles-prefer-sea-route/article7393676.ece
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Global demand lures Bangladeshi home textile manufacturers to make invest

Related Keywords: as bed sheets, Bangladeshi home textile entrepreneurs, bedcovers, curtains, EU GSP facility to Pakistan, expansion of existing capacity, gloves, growing global demand, invest in new factories, kitchen aprons, local home textile products, make more investment, napkins and tablecloths, pillow and cushion covers, political turmoil, quilts, rugs

Dhaka
Global demand lures Bangladeshi home textile manufacturers to make  invest
Summary: 
Bangladeshi home textile entrepreneurs despite challenges like European Union’s GSP facility to Pakistan and current political turmoil are lured to make more investment in the sector due to the growing global demand for local home textile products. A good number of home textile manufacturers such as Unilliance Textile, Mom Tex, Fariha Group, Pakiza Group and Sad Musa have already invested millions of taka in new factories and expansion of their existing capacity.

Bangladeshi home textile entrepreneurs despite challenges like European Union’s GSP facility to Pakistan and current political turmoil are lured to make more investment in the sector due to the growing global demand for local home textile products. A good number of home textile manufacturers such as Unilliance Textile, Mom Tex, Fariha Group, Pakiza Group and Sad Musa have already invested millions of taka in new factories and expansion of their existing capacity.

http://www.thefinancialexpress-bd.com/2015/03/16/85138
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