TAI Mumbai to organize seminar for weaving sector

YarnsandFibers News Bureau 2017-04-12 10:00:00 – Vapi

The Textile Association (India), Mumbai Unit to give an opportunity to the textile technologists to share their thoughts to meet the challenges is organizing a seminar on “Opportunities in the Current Challenges in Weaving Sector” this April.

TAI brings a seminar where the noted industry experts will not only be sharing their views but will also outline the forward path for the Indian textile industry. The subjects will cover right from the weaving preparatory to value addition keeping in mind the quality concepts of international standards and “Zero defect and Zero Effect” (ZED).

The seminar will also cover the issues related to Govt. initiatives for helping the weaving sectors. The eminent industrialists, reputed professionals and renowned experts from diverse fields of textiles have been invited to address the gathering. They are expecting over 200 delegates to participate in this seminar.

Topics to be covered include history of weaving – from handloom to auto weaving; preparatory process for efficient weaving; weaving solution for auto weaving; high tech weaving; a checklist in weaving to manufacture good quality fabrics; energy convention alternate source of energy; solar and wind energy; humidification / air control; government policies and strategies for textile industry.

There will be a panel discussion on “How to upgrade Weaving Technology to make export target?” . Panel will comprise experts from the weaving industry.

The day lone seminar will be held on April 22, 2017 at Hotel Fortune Park Galaxy, Vapi, Gujarat.

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