Immediate release of refunds may help?

Related Keywords: export, government, GST, India, manufacturing, taxes, Textile Industry, value chain

India
Immediate release of refunds may help?
Summary: 
The textile industry has sought immediate release of refunds under various government schemes to ease the liquidity crunch faced by manufacturers and exporters. In a joint memorandum presented by seven national-level textile associations and major export promotion councils to the Union Government, the industry said that since the units are facing acute liquidity issues, the government should take steps to release the refund arrears under

The textile industry has sought immediate release of refunds under various government schemes to ease the liquidity crunch faced by manufacturers and exporters.

In a joint memorandum presented by seven national-level textile associations and major export promotion councils to the Union Government, the industry said that since the units are facing acute liquidity issues, the government should take steps to release the refund arrears under programmes such as ROSL/ROSCTL, Duty Drawback scheme, GST refunds, and Technology Upgradation Fund scheme.

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Filatex India plans to enter into home textiles

Related Keywords: China, cotton, expansion, fiber, Filatex India, home textiles, India, manufacturing, polyester, production

India
Filatex India plans to enter into home textiles
Summary: 
Filatex India Ltd., a manufacturer of polyester and polypropylene multifilament yarn and polyester chips, after nearly competing a ₹850 crore expansion, is now planning to foray into the home textiles segment, where margins ‘are better than in the commodity business’, a top executive said. “We are planning to enter the fabrics business, mainly home textiles, where the margins are better. We are still

Filatex India Ltd., a manufacturer of polyester and polypropylene multifilament yarn and polyester chips, after nearly competing a ₹850 crore expansion, is now planning to foray into the home textiles segment, where margins ‘are better than in the commodity business’, a top executive said.

“We are planning to enter the fabrics business, mainly home textiles, where the margins are better. We are still finalising the plans; this business would involve an investment of around ₹100 crore,” Madhu Sudhan Bhageria, chairman and managing director, Filatex India Ltd., said in an interview.

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Largest TITAS opens in Taipei

Related Keywords: Formosa Plastic Group, innovation, ITMF, manufacturing, sustainability, Taipei Innovative Textile Application Show, Taiwan Textile Federation, Textile, Titas

China
Largest TITAS opens in Taipei
Summary: 
The 2019 edition of the Taipei Innovative Textile Application Show (TITAS) opened in the Taiwanese capital on October 7. This year’s edition is the twenty-third in the history of the event. Organiser, the Taiwan Textile Federation, said at the opening ceremony that 423 exhibitors from 12 nations or regions would take part this time, including suppliers of equipment, alongside

The 2019 edition of the Taipei Innovative Textile Application Show (TITAS) opened in the Taiwanese capital on October 7. This year’s edition is the twenty-third in the history of the event.

Organiser, the Taiwan Textile Federation, said at the opening ceremony that 423 exhibitors from 12 nations or regions would take part this time, including suppliers of equipment, alongside companies showing innovations in textiles. This makes the 2019 the largest TITAS ever.

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Chomarat creates the fabrics for a cars underbody part

Related Keywords: Chomarat Group, fabrics, fiber glass, leaf spring, manufacturing, production

France
Chomarat creates the fabrics for a  cars underbody part
Summary: 
Chomarat Group’s composite reinforcements will be featured at the KraussMaffei stand during the next K Messe in Düsseldorf. Chomarat has created a glass reinforcement adapted to the mass production of automotive parts, helping to lighten leaf springs by 60% compared to metal. AUTOMOTIVE: PRODUCING 60% LIGHTER LEAF SPRINGS FOR CAR’S UNDERBODY. The new leaf springs made of composites are 60% lighter than their pendants made of steel

Chomarat Group’s composite reinforcements will be featured at the KraussMaffei stand during the next K Messe in Düsseldorf. Chomarat has created a glass reinforcement adapted to the mass production of automotive parts, helping to lighten leaf springs by 60% compared to metal.

AUTOMOTIVE: PRODUCING 60% LIGHTER LEAF SPRINGS FOR CAR’S UNDERBODY

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Avenues of opportunity for textiles makers

Related Keywords: fabric, fibres, manufacturing, nonwoven, oil, sustainable, Textile, thermoplastic

United Kingdom
Avenues of opportunity for textiles makers
Summary: 
What are the key attractions of the composites industry for manufacturers of technical textiles? Peter George: The global composites market is a relatively young and dynamic industry with strong growth rates and attractive margins and offers a range of opportunities and benefits for companies in adjacent markets looking to diversify. The overall market is divided into an estimated US$ 30 billion industry for raw materials (fibres and resin) which is converted

What are the key attractions of the composites industry for manufacturers of technical textiles?

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Klopman get into the South African market

Related Keywords: Africa, apparel, Europe, export, fabrics, future, Klopman, manufacturing, Servworx, South African, workwear

South Africa
Klopman get into the South African market
Summary: 
Klopman, a leading European producer of fabrics for workwear, has announced its entrance into the South African market. This follows an agreement to form a partnership with Servworx, the second largest workwear rental company in South Africa. Servworx is a new generation services company with a significant presence in the healthcare, hospitality, manufacturing, mining and construction, and security sectors. Servworx is Klopman’s inaugural African

Klopman, a leading European producer of fabrics for workwear, has announced its entrance into the South African market. This follows an agreement to form a partnership with Servworx, the second largest workwear rental company in South Africa.

Servworx is a new generation services company with a significant presence in the healthcare, hospitality, manufacturing, mining and construction, and security sectors. Servworx is Klopman’s inaugural African partner/customer, with the continent projected to be “a key driver of future global economic growth”, according to the manufacturer.

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Clariant additives enabling recyclability of plastics waste

Related Keywords: Clariant, innovate, manufacturing, packaging, plastic, recyclate, Recycle, Textile, value chain

Germany
Clariant additives enabling recyclability of plastics waste
Summary: 
Through a “Symphony of Collaboration” with partners along the full plastics value chain, Clariant is taking proactive steps in addressing the problem of plastic pollution with new solutions for diverse industry sectors, from packaging – the main use of plastics – to textile floorings and consumer electronics. Complementing its “fit for reuse” solutions announced August 21 where Clariant demonstrated how its additives

Through a “Symphony of Collaboration” with partners along the full plastics value chain, Clariant is taking proactive steps in addressing the problem of plastic pollution with new solutions for diverse industry sectors, from packaging – the main use of plastics – to textile floorings and consumer electronics.

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New nylon plant by Evonik

Related Keywords: Evonik, Kullmann growth, manufacturing, nylon, Plant, polymerization, Singapore

Germany
New nylon plant by Evonik
Summary: 
Evonik Industries AG has broken ground on a 400 million euro ($442.1 million) production plant for nylon 12 at its manufacturing site in Marl, Germany. The new unit, which represents Evonik’s biggest single investment in Germany to date, will expand the company’s nylon 12 production capacity by more than 50 percent, Evonik officials said in a Sept. 17 news release which did not provide specific

Evonik Industries AG has broken ground on a 400 million euro ($442.1 million) production plant for nylon 12 at its manufacturing site in Marl, Germany.

The new unit, which represents Evonik’s biggest single investment in Germany to date, will expand the company’s nylon 12 production capacity by more than 50 percent, Evonik officials said in a Sept. 17 news release which did not provide specific capacity details.

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Additive manufacturing using reactive polymer systems

Related Keywords: manufacturing, polymer, Polynt, research, technology, thermoplastic

United States
Additive manufacturing using reactive polymer systems
Summary: 
Magnum Venus Products (MVP), a leading manufacturer of composites application equipment, collaborated with Polynt and the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) to deploy the first large-scale reactive polymer additive manufacturing system commercially available to industry. MVP’s Reactive Additive Manufacturing (RAM) machine, first announced in March, and Polynt’s Reactive Additive

Magnum Venus Products (MVP), a leading manufacturer of composites application equipment, collaborated with Polynt and the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) to deploy the first large-scale reactive polymer additive manufacturing system commercially available to industry. MVP’s Reactive Additive Manufacturing (RAM) machine, first announced in March, and Polynt’s Reactive Additive Deposition (PRD1520) material together are reimagining additive manufacturing to enable fabrication of thermoset materials at large-scale.

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Hyosung to debut recycled spandex

Related Keywords: fibre, Intertextile Shanghai, manufacturing, Recycle, spandex, sustainability, woven, yarn

China
Hyosung to debut recycled spandex
Summary: 
Fibre manufacturer Hyosung will be presenting an updated collection of its recycled fibres at the upcoming Intertextile Shanghai show (September 25 to 27), including its first innovations in recycled spandex. It claims its recycled yarns offer the same performance levels as its standard products. The South Korean group will also show its cooling

Fibre manufacturer Hyosung will be presenting an updated collection of its recycled fibres at the upcoming Intertextile Shanghai show (September 25 to 27), including its first innovations in recycled spandex.

It claims its recycled yarns offer the same performance levels as its standard products.

The South Korean group will also show its cooling fibres, mipan regen aqua x nylon and regen askin, and its natural touch polyester cotna fibre. It will also focus on creora Color+, a spandex that provides vibrant colours for nylon.

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