Ø  Indigo Rope Dyeing a well proven technology

Ø  There is no yarn waste or shade variation and offers higher productivity

Ø  Incorporates a very accurate PLC controlled pre-calibrated cup dosing system

 

India based producer and exporter of warping, sizing and indigo denim yarn and fabric dyeing technologies, Jupiter Comtex Pvt Ltd is introducing a new innovation in Indigo Rope Dyeing technology at ITMA 2015 in hall H 1 booth G 111 in a stall size of 140 sq. metres.

 

Since it is not possible to display the whole technology, the company is showing important components of the machine viz., the Lease Reed & Ball Warping Headstock; Indigo Dye Tank of Rope Dyeing and the Headstock of the Long Chain Beamer.

 

The Indigo Rope Dyeing technology is well proven among various yarn counts to obtain deep Indigo shades of around 6%, in which, ropes are prepared on ball warping after which cones are converted into ropes. Hence, there is no yarn waste or shade variation and also offers higher productivity due to continuous process.

 

The Jupiter Comtex Indigo Rope Dyeing machine is technologically different than others. It has a tension control system which is digital, while reliability is high as critical parts like drives, sensors, load cell, etc are imported from Europe and the PLC controlled pre-calibrated cup dosing system is very accurate and reliable than metering pump dosing system.

 

Jupiter offers the latest technology as its machines are continually upgraded with highly technological features which are user friendly, making the machines highly efficient. Additionally, machines are delivered on time and prompt after-sales service is provided, resulting in maximum number of repeat orders.

 

Jupiter holds a massive 90% share of the Indian denim fabric dyeing machinery installed in India and counts among its Indian clients the top denim fabric makers in India like Arvind Ltd, Aarvee Denim, Nandan Denim, RSWM Ltd, Raymond, Sangam (India), etc.

 

The company which also offers denim sheeting dyeing machines has till-date successfully installed 90 of these sheeting dyeing machines worldwide and expects to reach the magical figure of 100 by the first half of 2016.

 

Jupiter’s wide range of machineries find their way in to various global textile hubs like Brazil, Bangladesh, Egypt, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Iran, Kenya, Oman, Nigeria, Russia, Tanzania, Turkey, etc. By participating at ITMA 2015, the company wants to expand its footprint in each of those countries and also explore other countries.

 

 

About Jupiter Comtex Pvt. Ltd

Established in 1973, India based Jupiter Comtex Pvt Ltd manufactures world-class weaving preparatory textile machineries made under stringent quality control conditions and a creditable track record of prompt after sales service.

 

For more information please visit http://jupitercomtex.com/

 

 

                                             

 

 

Ø  Birla Cellulose fibres balance nature and fashion in equal measure

Ø  Birla Modal Indigo fibre carries natural dyes with sustainability being the key feature

Ø  To show fashion collections made from Birla Modal and other fibres

 

Birla Cellulose, a division of the $40 billion Aditya Birla Group and a world leader in speciality viscose staple fibres (VSF) has embarked on a journey of adding more collaboration’s in China. And to do so, is participating at Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics, which runs from October 13-15, 2015 in Shanghai at stall no. 5.32 E32.

 

With a wide array of speciality manmade cellulose fibres (MMCF) in their basket like, Birla Viscose, Birla Modal, Birla Excel and Birla Spunshades, the Company will be showcasing its LIVA A/W 2016-17 Collection along with two other group companies and six value chain partners.

 

One group company, Thailand based Thai Acrylic Fibre Co. Ltd, a leader in the acrylic fibre space will be presenting their innovation in anti-microbial fibres; Amicor. The other is Aditya Birla Yarns, who will display yarn innovations with unique blends and special features mainly leveraging viscose and Modal.

 

The LIVA A/W 2016-17 Collection is focused around the theme of art and the world of artists and there is a definite look which is far from the ordinary and which was the inspiration for the two lines, namely; Canvas and Gallery.

 

The Canvas collection celebrates art and craftsmanship and is inspired by the art movement which consists of finding out the new expressions of art using eco-sensitive materials. The featured fabrics of the collection include, LIVA Spunshade Mélanges which offer eco-friendly spun dyed fibre, unfading colours and uniformity.

 

The Canvas line also has fabrics made from Liva Modal Amicor which offers antibacterial properties with lasting hygiene and fresh feel, while Liva Modal Indigo carries natural dyes with sustainability as the key feature and Liva Spunshade Thermolite which provides warmth and has different structures like plating, fleece, pique and more.

 

The Gallery collection celebrates the garment as a canvas by adding intricate details, while, the basic with a ‘twist’ look is complimented by rich fabric blends. The featured fabrics of the collection include Birla Modal fibre in its pure form in structures and rich blends.

 

Others include; Birla Modal wool fibre offering warmth with comfort; LIVA laces offering a rich look with varied designs, prints and bonding; Birla Modal high twist fabrics giving crepe effects and Birla viscose/modal blended fibres offering metallic sheen and a range of varied digital prints and two faced plating and hombre.

 

“The inspirations drawn from consumer interactions and brands have made us balance nature and fashion in our AW16/17 collection,” said Mr Manohar Samuel, President-Marketing and Business Development at Birla Cellulose.

 

Seven leading Chinese collaborative partners of Birla Cellulose too are exhibiting collections leveraging Birla Cellulose fibres. They include; Frontier Spinning Mills, one of the largest producers of spun yarns for the knitting and weaving industries in the world and Hangzhou Anchao Trading Co.,Ltd, a leading spinner of specialty  dyed yarn on MVS technology.

 

Other partners are Shinehoo Textile Industrial Co.,Ltd, a leading sweater yarn producer based on ecofriendly Spunshades and supplier to leading brands; a leading textile company with presence in weaving and spinning with a focus on dyed yarns and Zhejiang Hengzhilu Fibre Co.,Ltd, a renowned spinner in top dyed mélange and blended yarn catering to knitting segment.

 

The fifth is Zhenlun Spinning Co.,Ltd, an internationally renowned spinner of viscose fibres having presence in all types of spinning technologies such as Siro, Siro Compact, Open End and MVS and lastly; Dongying Runfeng Cotton Co.,Ltd, an upcoming spinner of viscose and modal fibres, catering to high end inner wear market in Guangdong.

 

Mr Sachin Malik, Head Sales & Marketing (China) stated, “We are delighted to have innovations in Birla Modal & Birla Spunshades in applications such as leggings, bed linen, casual trousers, knitted and woven tops by working alongside partners, for both, China and the global market.  

 

 

 

 

Respected Madam,

          Sub:   Appeal for certain remedial measures for mitigating the

                    challenges faced by cotton yarn exporters - reg

****

 

            The predominantly cotton based Indian textile industry providing jobs to over 105 million people and fetching over US $ 42 billion forex earnings, is the largest manufacturing sector and backbone for the economy of the Nation.  Apart from meeting the vital basic needs of the people (clothing), it also exports over 1/3rd of its production.  This industry is the only industry which has complete value chain and can ensure inclusive growth and if right policies are in place it can achieve 25% to 30% growth rates in exports and 15% to 20% growth rates in the domestic market and create three to five million new jobs per year for the rural masses of the Nation.

            The textile industry has been performing extremely well during the last 15 years (except short tenure recessions caused due to external factors) and attracted over Rs.3.00 lakh crores investment and created new jobs for 15 million people.  In terms of manufacturing competitiveness, the Indian textile industry has really become highly competitive in the global market as per the studies conducted by several global organizations including ITMF.  Since China is drifting away from the textile manufacturing activities, our country being the 2nd largest textiles and clothing manufacturer in the world has very high potential to increase its business size from the current level of 110 billion US $ to 500 billion US $ within a decade if certain policy measures are taken on a war footing and a level playing field is created. 

            The textile industry which has been performing well till the end of 2013, started facing problem as majority of the competing Nations like Pakistan, Vietnam, Cambodia, South Korea, Bangladesh, etc., could get larger benefit and open window market access.  The following table clearly portrays the unhealthy competition being faced by India.

 


Tariff Rates of Different Countries (%)

 

EU

China

USA

Yarn

Fabrics

Made-ups/ Garment

Yarn

Fabrics

Mad-ups/ Garment

Yarn

Fabrics

Mad-ups/ Garment

India

4

8

9.6

3.5

8.5

14

7

10

10 /17.5

Pakistan

0

0

0

3.5

0

5

7

10

6 / 17.5

Bangladesh

0

0

0

3.5

8.5

14

0

0

0

Cambodia

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Vietnam

4

8

12

0

0

0

7

10

6 / 17.5

Indonesia

4

8

12

3.5

0

0

7

10

6 / 17.5

Myanmar

-

-

0

-

-

0

-

-

0

 

            In addition, the Chinese textile policy announced in February 2014 added fuel to the situation as the international cotton price crashed from 95 cents per pound to 65 cents per pound within a short period as China stopped importing cotton and started consuming its reserve cotton (over 182% of its annual consumption).  The unfair trade policies of Cotton Corporation of India during the MSP operations have added fuel to the situation.  The undue delay in the disbursement of TUF has caused severe financial stress for the entire textile industry in the country.  The suspension of allotment of UID numbers for the new investments under TUFS has brought the new investments to a grinding halt.  As there is no level playing field in the international market (due to the withdrawal of 2% interest subvention, 2% incremental export incentive and 3% focus market scheme incentive without any prior notice), the cotton yarn export has dwindled down to 90 to 100 million kgs per month as against 120 to 140 million kgs exported during the beginning of 2014.  In addition, over 1.5 million spindles new capacity has been added during the last 18 months and therefore, the spinning sector is currently facing the worst ever crisis in the recent past due to surplus capacity ( to the tune of 20%).

            Under these circumstances, we humbly request the Hon’ble Minister to kindly consider undertaking the following FTP measures to enable the mother industry to regain its global competitiveness and achieve its potential growth rate:-

 

 

Sl.

No.

Nature of issue

Existing

Change required

Justification for change

1

Interest subvention for all textile products

Scheme lapsed

Extend 3% interest subvention  for all textile products

 

§  Enhance exports

 

§  Create level playing field in global market (Competing Nations interest rate is much lower than India)

 

2

Focus market scheme

Benefit denied to export of cotton yarn from 31st Aug, 2014

Under MEIS extend :

 

·         3% for yarn

·         5% for fabrics

·         7% for garments & made ups

 

Indian textile products attract very high tariff rates in all the major markets like China, EU, USA, Canada, Australia, etc., while Pakistan, Vietnam, Bangladesh, South Korea, Indonesia, Cambodia, etc., either attract very low tariff or have duty free access

 

To offset high transportation cost incurred in exporting textile items to countries like Latin America, Brazil, etc and enhance exports (benefit for a particular country could be withdrawn once the FTAs are signed)

 

3

EPCG Scheme

Refund of terminal excise duty on capital goods procured domestically

Exempt domestic supply of capital goods under EPCG Scheme from terminal excise duty by  introducing suitable bond procedure as against obtaining refund at a later date

 

 

Remove cumbersome procedure

Sl.

No.

Nature of issue

Existing

Change required

Justification for change

4

EPCG obligation - Block period

Due to drop in exports, mills are finding it extremely difficult to fulfill the EPCG obligation as per the schedule.

 

Ministry of Commerce may be requested to remove the condition that certain percentage of exports should be carried out within the “block period”

 

Unable to fulfill the obligation due to:-

 

§  Industry faced the worst ever crisis in its history during 2008-09

 

§  Suspension of yarn exports in 2010-11 due to global recession and high volatility in cotton prices

 

§  During 2014, yarn export dipped by 21% (April to August 2014) compared to same period previous year.

 

 

5

Removal of average export performance condition for fixing EPCG obligation

 

The obligation is fixed considering the average of the three preceding licensing years of export as well.

 

 

Export under EPCG scheme to the tune of 6 times/ 8 times of duty saved alone shall be considered

 

Imposing two conditions, difficult for mills to comply with

6

Trade with Bangladesh

India has extended duty free access for Bangladesh but the reverse mechanism has not been implemented

 

It may be insisted that Bangladesh may remove the duty on Indian cotton yarn as a bilateral benefit since cotton yarn import is subject to customs  duty over 36% in Bangladesh

 

 

 

 

 

To enhance exports

Sl.

No.

Nature of issue

Existing

Change required

Justification for change

7

Port facilities in Chennai sea port

Majority of the textile mills situated in Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu & Telangana are exporting their goods through Chennai sea port.  Due to heavy congestion and traffic problem, mills are incurring high transaction cost

 

 

§  Streamline the traffic by improving the system on proper instructions by the concerned Ministry

 

§  Expedite the expansion of Tuticorin port and other small port facilities in Tamil Nadu

 

Reduce transaction cost

8

Anti-dumping duty on Viscose Fibre

 

Anti-dumping duty extended

 

Import from Indonesia attracts 10.2 cents per kg

 

Import from China attracts 19.5 cents per kg

Remove anti-dumping duty

§  Enhance export and domestic consumption

 

§  Limitation in quality parameters of indigenous fibres

 

§  Improve technical textiles growth rate

 

9

Duties on manmade fibres

Manmade fibres attract 5% import duty, 4% special additional duty and 12.5% CVD and also certain fibres attract anti-dumping duty.

 

 

 

Remove import duties and reduce central excise duty from 12.5% to 6% and also withdraw anti-dumping duties

To create level playing field (Indian raw material price is expensive over 23% when compared to our competing Nations and therefore, huge import is taking place making domestic industry unviable)

 

 

 

Sl.

No.

Nature of issue

Existing

Change required

Justification for change

10

Import duty on shuttleless looms and their accessories

Imported projectile shuttle less looms  attract 6% CVD and other shuttleless looms and their accessories attract 12.5% CVD

Remove 6% central excise duty on shuttleless looms (projectile) and 12.5% on other shuttleless looms (air jet looms, rapier looms and water jet looms) and spares & accessories

High technology shuttleless looms (over 300 RPM are not manufactured in India).

 

Shuttleless looms were exempted from Central Excise duty for several years.   Shuttleless looms are now subjected to 6% central excise duty which makes the imported looms costlier by way of CVD. 

           

 

         

          Thanking you,

                                               

                                                                                

 
 

 

 

 

 

                                                                              (M.SENTHILKUMAR)

                                                                                     Chairman

 

 

 

 

 

Ø  Both washers consume very less water thereby conserving water

Ø  Super Flush Washer can handle sensitive woven fabrics from viols to Lycra

Ø  Flush Master caters to requirements of pile fabric processing and print washing of tension sensitive synthetic home furnishing fabrics with high twist yarns 

 

India based manufacturer of the most affordable and excellent wet processing concepts for woven and knit fabrics, Kusters Calico Machinery Pvt. Ltd will display two latest washing concepts at ITMA 2015 to be held in Milan, Italy in Hall – 10, Booth - G 115.

 

Kusters Calico which is also a subsidiary of the Germany based €300million Jagenberg Group will showcase the Super Flush washer in combination with an intermittent squeezer and the Flush Master, a new concept washer to cater to the requirements of pile fabric processing.

 

The Super Flush washer with various combinations is the most effective washer in today’s textile processing industry for woven fabric processing, while the Flush Master washer, also with various combinations, has been developed to cater to the requirements of pile fabric processing and after print washing of tension sensitive synthetic home furnishings produced from high twist yarns.

 

In the Super Flush Washer, the combined washing effect of both horizontal as well as vertical washing produces penetrative, diffusive and turbulent effect, while consuming the lowest water in its category.

 

In the Super Flush, the distance between the two fabric guiding rollers is very short, due to which it is possible to handle all kinds of woven fabrics including tension sensitive from Viols to Lycra fabrics. With a fabric content of 20 metres between two drives, the tension control is through load cell, while circulating liquor quantity is independent of incoming fresh water.

 

In the Flush Master Washer, a high jet water spray produces penetrative, diffusive and turbulent washing effect, which helps to reduce the flattening effect in pile fabrics created by nips and helps the fabric regain its original look to a large extent.

 

The Flush Master Washer also consumes the lowest amount of water. In the washing compartment which can stock 6 metres, the fabric tension is the least, due to the small distance between two driven rolls. Here too, the circulating liquor quantity is independent of incoming fresh water.

 

In the same stall, an S-Roll Dye padder will be displayed by Jagenberg Textiles, Germany, also a Group Company, which caters to the European markets and OEM requirements of European machine manufacturers.

 

Kusters Calico currently exports around 70 percent of production to markets in Turkey, Thailand, South America, US, Indonesia, Iran, Bangladesh, Korea, Vietnam, Europe, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Russia, Middle East, Africa and many other countries apart from catering to the Indian market.

 

Kusters Calico is represented by agents in 25 countries across the globe like Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Belarus, Turkey, Spain, Sweden, Portugal, France, South Korea, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, China, Bangladesh, Hong Kong, Egypt, Indonesia, Pakistan, Syria, South Africa, etc.

 

Mr Sushil Verma, Managing Director, Kusters Calico says, “Kusters Calico is committed to provide best solutions for wet processing machines for woven and knit fabrics at affordable prices both in India and worldwide markets, while also expanding its business in coating and lamination technology.”

 

“We are currently initiating factory expansion with a dust proof assembly shop to meet growing demand and quality expectations of our customers. This new expansion will help us deliver in shorter lead times and meet customer deadlines,” he adds.

 

About Kusters Calico Machinery Pvt. Ltd:

Kusters Calico Machinery Pvt. Ltd is engaged in manufacturing and installing the most affordable and excellent wet processing concepts for woven and knit fabrics, worldwide since its inception in 1996. Our solutions in each execution is a testimony of our expertise in process know how, design, manufacturing, installation and servicing. Quick and accurate response to after sales service and spares makes Kusters Calico, the most favoured supplier to customers worldwide.

 

For more information visit http://kuesters-calico.com/

 

 

 

 

Ø  METRO, a versatile technologically advanced printer gives the best ROI and Scalability for ever growing business

Ø  FABJET-DUO, the avant-garde 3.2 meters digital printer offers the ‘Power of Two’ in one machine and is ideal for printing home textiles

 

COLORJET Group, India’s largest manufacturer of digital printing machines is introducing two future-ready digital textile printing solutions, the METRO and the FABJET-DUO at ITMA 2015 in hall 18, stall no. H-102 and is also the first Indian digital textile machine producer to participate at ITMA.

 

The METRO is a truly advanced industrial grade digital textile printer, which fantastically incorporates the latest technology and efficient engineering to meet the ever growing demands of textile business.

 

Compatible to work with all types of inks like reactive acid disperse and pigment, this printer weaves magic on a variety of fabrics. Be it any kind of fabric, ranging from 0.1mm to 30mm including cotton, polyester, silk, viscose, wool, nylon, acetate and various blended fabrics can be printed on the METRO.

 

With awesome scalable properties, this printer can suit all the needs of the textile printing business and delivers in the least payback period.

 

At ITMA, visitors will be able to witness how the METRO has been synchronized and engineered specifically to produce the best results with pigment inks. Its unique value proposition for customers is the synchronized technology to ensure smooth firing of jetting assembly for faster and smoother productions with pigment inks.

 

Automatic temperature control enables printheads to deliver same print results with Pigment inks, while specially integrated VPC technology ensures smooth flow of pigment ink for uninterrupted production runs.

 

The METRO digital textile printer delivers excellent quality prints by virtue of seven colors inks without compromising on the speed in this segment of printers.

 

The second innovative printer is the FABJET-DUO, which has the ‘Power of Two’ in one machine. This printer has a dual ink supply system which gives one the freedom to choose between any two of the three inks; Reactive, Disperse and Pigment and thus by just a flick of a switch, the printer becomes a reactive or pigment or disperse ink printer.

 

So now rather than investing in two machines, textile printers have the option to use just one machine for printing with two of the three inks.

 

The FABJET-DUO offers access to printing cotton and polyester fabrics on the same machine and also makes for a perfect solution for sampling as well as mass production. Not just that, it is ideal for printing of home textiles since the printer has a width of 3.2 metres.

 

“Our digital textile printers are manufactured at a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in India and these two unique printers have been developed from collaborative and inventive R&D to ensure industry needs, like smaller footprints and high energy efficiency,” COLORJET Group Director, Mr. Pavan

Gupta explains.

 

“Through ITMA 2015, we are making the same technologies simultaneously available to the Indian and global textile printing industry and that too at very competitive prices, offering the least payback period,” Mr. Gupta adds.

 

To witness the capability of our printers, the company is offering a unique offer to prospective buyers to mail their designs at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , latest by October 31, 2015 and the printed fabric samples will be handed over in person at our stall at ITMA.

 

In participating at ITMA 2015, COLORJET Group is targeting visitors and buyers from European countries, Turkey, China, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Thailand, Philippines, Pakistan, Brazil, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, etc.

 

About COLORJET Group:

COLORJET Group, the largest manufacturer of digital inkjet printers in India markets its products in 14 countries worldwide. Founded in 2004, the company maintains its operations via two manufacturing facilities and sales offices spread across seven countries, which include India , China, Bangladesh , UAE and Sri Lanka,. To-date, COLORJET has installed and implemented over 4,000 of its printing solutions and products across 315 cities around the world backed by a strong 278 member team, of which almost 100 are in technical related functions.

 

 

Kindly visit www.colorjetgroup.com for more information

 

Mumbai, 7th October, 2015:The10th edition of India International Textile Machinery Exhibition 2016, the largesttextile machinery and accessory exhibition in India is to be held from 3rdto 8th December 2016 at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai, India.  Spread over 1,50,000 sq. mtrs, with expected participation from 93 countries and strength of about 1000 exhibitorsfrom across the globein 17 chapters spanning the textile segment from raw material to finished products,India ITME 2016 is the focal event for the textile and textile engineering industry in India and in the neighboring region.

 

Global Textile machinery market is witnessing tremendous growth buoyed by growing demand of textile & apparel market. The major manufacturers of textile machinery are Germany,Italy, Switzerland, France and now China. One of the major trends in the Global Textile Machinery market is the growing number of technological innovations.

 

In India, industry witnessed a growth of 8-10 per cent to Rs.22,000crore in 2014 from Rs 20,000 crore in 2013.The size of India's textile machinery industry is poised to double to Rs 45,000 crore in the next 7 years from the present Rs.22,000 crorein light of new projects and emphasis on setting up textile parks. The textile machinery manufacturing section is one of the important segments of the machinery manufacturing industry in India. This industry is nearly sixty years old and has more than1000 machinery and component manufacturing units. Nearly 300 units produce complete machinery and the remaining produces various textile machinery components.

 

 

India’s textile and apparel industry (domestic + exports) is expected to grow from the current US $ 107 Bn. to US $ 223 Bn. by 2021.  India is expected to be a leading textile producing country in the world by 2020. The strength of the Indian textile industry is very apparent from the robust attendance by the Indian delegation in all international textile machinery shows. However, the domestic textile engineering industry is unable to fulfill the industry demand and a large volume of textile machinery is sourced from European countries, which is relatively costly. For textile machinery manufacturers from Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, Italy and Spain, India remains the most important market with the export worth millions of dollars.

 

India has the potential to become manufacturing hub in the textile machinery, with abundance of skilled labour, low cost and natural resources available, provided sufficient focus is given on research and development in order to ensure modern and innovative technologies are developed in our country. Today the need of our country is skill development, research activity, new investments and new market development. India ITME Society, a 36 year old apex non-profit industry body has continuously strived through “ITME Series” to facilitate and push towards these goals.From 1980 onwards to ensure flow of latest technology and attract customized product launches for Indian market, the Society has been organizing this once in 4 years mega event.

 

India’s strategic location and democratic atmosphere offers easy access to all neighboring economies as well as offer opportunity to experience the pulse of local customers, especially Indian markets with their huge population base and growing rural markets. The 10th India  ITME to be held in December 2016 will serve as an ideal convergence point for all exhibitors, buyers, agents and dealers from Asian, Middle East and European countries.

 

With many new countries and 137 new companies, who have never before participated in India ITME, two new Chapters on display, the 10th Edition of India ITME Exhibition is designed to be Bigger, Better, Bolder than ever before.  A complete solution provider under one roof to textile industry for technology up-gradation, product launch, as well as networking, India ITME today is the back bone in Textile and Textile Engineering Industry in India.  It is one of the premium events globally with 93 countries ensuring their presence as exhibitor and visitor. It is a pride for Mumbai city as well as our nation to host such a prestigious business event next year.

 

India ITME 2016 is supported by Heavy Industries Department, Textile Ministry, NSIC and many other domestic and international organizers, making it one of the most anticipated exhibitions in the year of 2016.

 

The 10th Edition of this event compliments our Governments “Make in India” Campaign and an International Press Conference and Networking Event is organized in Milan this November to invite international visitors to ITME next year.

 

India ITME-2016 is much anticipated & looked forward by Industry member, Technical Study Students Researches, Education of Textile & Textile Engineering Industry.  It’s a catalyst to realize our future goals and growth target for Indian Textile and Textile Engineering Industry.  This is a must participate, must visit, event, if you are in textile business.

 

 

 

 

 

 

In order to accomplish the ever increasing requirement of skilled-youth in the rapidly growing textile/Fashion related sectors, Apparel Training and Design Centre (ATDC) signed an MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) with Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation (APSSDC).  The MoU was signed in the presence of Honorable Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Shri N Chandrababu Naidu, Minister Atchannaidu Kinjarapu, Labour & Employment, Factories, Youth & Sports, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship and Shri. Mallikarjuna Rao, Chairman APSSDC at Vijayawada Andhra Pradesh for skill development in textile and garment sector. The MoU was signed between Dr. Darlie Koshy, DG&CEO, ATDC and Dr. Subbarao Ghanta, MD & CEO, APSSDC.

 

The MoU has been signed initially for a period of 2 Years and it aims at imparting employment oriented training and encourages entrepreneurship through Skill Development to the youth & women. According to the MoU ATDC and APSSDC will offer skill training programs in the capital area for the village population who have been engaged in the land pooling process. The target group of the trainings range from school drop out to college graduates in all parts of the state. The MoU outlines the commitment of both the parties to enter into joint initiatives in which ATDC offer specific vocational training programs as per the skills needed for the job and demands of the industry to train particularly youth.

 

Speaking on the occasion DG&CEO of ATDC, Dr. Darlie Koshy,” ATDC will leave no stones unturned to impart necessary skills to empower the students which would help them in getting job and starting their own business. Special emphasis would be given to impart soft skill and communications skills to groom the trainees. This MoU will be a significant help to achieve and train the maximum. Immediately ATDC is planning to set up a training centre in Tenali with the support of NSL Textiles (Guntur Garments) 28 kms from Vijayawada.”

 

“ATDC has state of art infrastructure offering shop floor, supervisory and managerial level courses within the education and training eco- system which provides a comprehensive training and also assures full support” expressed Dr. Subbarao Ghanta, MD & CEO, APSSDC.

 

Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation (APSSDC) has been set-up by the Government of Andhra Pradesh as the nodal body for skill training programmes in the state. The State Government has appointed Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation (APSSDC) Advisory Committee with famous Industrialists and Expert from different fields. The Advisory Committee consists 20 members which includes  Mr. Madhusudhan, Managing Director, Visakha Steel Plant, Mr. Srinivasa Raju (Sri city), Mr. Pramod Bhasin (Genpact), Mr. Stephen Helming (GIZ), Mr. M. Murugappan (Murugappa Group),Dr. Darlie Koshi (DG, ATDC), N. Deendayal (CEO, Skill Foundation), Yamini Sadineni (Pharma field), Dr. P. Thrimurthi (Representative of Universities ), E. S Chakravarthi (TCS), Dr. P. Sudhakar Reddy(Anthropologist), K. Ramkumar (ICICI Foundation), Vandana Channa, (ED-GAIL), N. Shivakumar(Chief Executive, Indian Tobacco Company).

 

About ATDC

Apparel Training & Design Centre (ATDC), under the aegis of AEPC has emerged as India’s Largest Vocational Training Network for the Apparel Sector with around 200 ATDCs including 65 ATDC Vocational Institutes and over 135 ATDC- SMART Centers and Skill Camps present in major Apparel clusters spread across 22 states & 85 cities Pan India. ATDC has 9 centers in Andhra Pradesh and has trained approximately 4000 students till date under SMART and AVI Courses. 

 

 

 Leading women’s fashion apparel brands, 1090 F and Fusion Beats unveiled their much-awaited Autumn-Winter 2015 Collection. When comfort blends with style, the outcome is the vivacious and trendy collections that make up the 1090F AW’15 Diva Collection. The Fusion Beats AW ’15 range revolves around the ‘ESCAPADE’ of the urban girl who is passionate and often inspired by different ideas, attitudes and experiences.

 

The Diva Collection by 1090Fhas been carefully designed keeping in mind the young cosmopolitan women, who have multiple facets. From corporate chic to poolside chill, the Diva is constant in all your looks. For the Fusion Beats girls, her escapades bring out the various inspirations that define her sense of style which she picks up on her adventurous journeys.

 

Commenting on the collection, Mr. Radhesh Kagzi said,Our Autumn Winter 2015 Collection is for the contemporary young women across age groups and geographical dimensions. The contemporary 1090 F & Fusion Beats woman works towards her dreams and makes a difference. We at Creative Lifestyles have always been committed to fostering a culture that empowers women. The Autumn Winter 2015 Collection is inspired by and dedicated to these very women.”

 

About 1090 F Autumn – Winter 2015 Collection:

 

The collection of 1090 F A/W 2015 is inspired by contemporary times. It celebrates the Diva in every woman, across every walk of life. Making every day an occasion worthy of celebration. This trendy collection offers the complete package of colors and style ready to fit seamlessly into all wardrobes. It is an amalgamation of prints and patterns, which offer a wide range of perfect prêt. The monochromatic color combo offers 80s and 90s inspired geometrics in a more subtle monochrome, alternative with fun shapes repeated in a mature colorway. This brings an uncomplicated clarity that is flattering for all body types. Pink continues to be a major colour trend this season. It manages to take an elegant twist with vintage inspirations on contemporary fashion while still being demure and refined. The timely elegant lace patterns and smudgy ikats are simple but a stunning affair. It takes the ordinary detail that often gets overlooked and elevates it to new heights. With inspirations taken from the Rubik's Cube, we see bold graphic pop geometrics seemingly random in shape. A classic approach is seen in clear cut dainty shapes that forms a mix of sophistication and smartness. The essential new attributes seen in the collection are mix patterns, cutwork, laces, sheers and layers.

 

 

About Fusion Beats Autumn – Winter 2015 Collection:

 

The range draws its inspiration from the elaborate Moroccan rugs and exquisite tile arts. The staple bohemian touch comes through the RABARI tribe inspired collection which has subtle hints of gold. The FUSION festive range is put together with palazzos and free flowing skirts in jacquards which are fashionably teamed with corset fit tops with long and short layering.

The winter line has finely woven jacquards that fall into lovely capes and throws. The detachable jackets, rug inspired sweaters and bombers inspire a high-winter trend that combines the keen sense of adventure with a fascination for the great outdoors. This lifestyle trend combines modern functionality with traditional inspiration. The perfect Fusion of modern meets earthy on their way to self-discovery.

 

About 1090 F:

1090 F is an international fashion wear brand that distinguishes the wearer as an epitome of cool and confidence.  1090 F is for the cosmopolitan woman with a bold and carefree view of the world and is aware of global fashion trends. Creative Lifestyles Pvt. Ltd. launched 109˚F in May, 2006. In a short span of 7 years it became a leading brand in women’s western wear category in India and has met tremendous success overseas such as UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Nepal and Iraq as well.

 

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About Fusion Beats:

Fusion Beats from the house ofCreative Lifestyles Pvt. Ltd. is a women’s wear brand which is western in look, but Indian in spirit. It is an amalgamation of ethnic and western wear for the woman who is urban and traditional. Fusion Beats fills the gap between the western and the traditional, by fusing these and adding a fun and fashionable element to the appeal.

 

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Rajouri Garden,

Main Market Store No. H-17,

New Delhi

 

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 EDANA, the leading global association serving the nonwovens and related industries today announced a renewal of its world-famous training course programme with its ‘Nonwovens Learning Cycle’. Following a review to better meet both company and individual demands for education and knowledge, EDANA has partnered with CETI to deliver courses across four stages.

 

Each stage of training or support has been developed to deliver specific education to the individual, in a manner that can easily be taken back to their company, and used immediately in their role within their business.

 

Nonwovens Introduction

Provides an introduction to the world of nonwovens, with a virtual classroom experience covering manufacturing technologies, materials and applications.

Intermediate Course

Covers in-depth information over three days, including the full range of manufacturing technologies and raw materials. The course is illustrated by a tour of the CETI facilities, showing nearly all manufacturing technologies.

Advanced Courses

Presents additional information to those participants who have attended the Intermediate Course, with a focus on understanding the various production parameters in nonwovens manufacturing and how they can be used to modify product properties.

Guided Development

Focuses on innovation and product development covering the full product development cycle. Participants will work with a software package supporting the innovation process, and are encouraged to bring their own questions and challenges for response.

 

“Our member companies and the broader nonwovens and related industries tell us that they consider education to be a journey, rather than a destination” said Pierre Wiertz, General Manager of EDANA. “To support their training and development needs, we have overhauled our training programme, while maintaining those elements that have proved most popular with both new entrants to the industry, and those longer-serving professionals, that are looking for additional support or interaction.”

 

EDANA will continue to provide its popular Absorbent Hygiene Products and Filtration training courses, which offer the fundamental technology and applications for these product categories.

 

Opportunities are offered for advanced training, meeting the need of professionals and companies who are established in the industry, or who have previously undertaken training courses, and wish to continue their educational journey. To further support the specific needs of companies and individual professionals, there will be dedicated courses on carded, spunlaid and meltblown nonwoven technologies.

 

The ‘Nonwovens Learning Cycle’ includes an opportunity for guided development, with a personal approach to the development of a specific technology or product, guided by an external technical expert. The advanced courses and guided development capitalize on CETI’s pilot lines, which offer the most complete and versatile combinations of nonwoven web-making and web-bonding in the world.

 

 

Details of the new educational opportunities together with the 2015-2016 calendar of dates is available from EDANA at http://www.edana.org/education-events/training-courses.

 

By: Seshadri Ramkumar, Texas Tech University, USA

(Lubbock, USA, September 24, 2015)-----Bilateral collaboration and technical exchanges between United States and India in technical textiles are planned as part United States and India strategic and commercial cooperation.

As part of the first United States-India Strategic and Commercial Dialogue, held on September 22nd, in Washington DC, both countries agreed to cooperate in the field of technical textiles among many other initiatives.

 

Washington DC is bustling this week with international leaders with the visits of Pope Francis, Chinese President Xi Jinping and the key delegation from India for the commercial dialogue.

 

 

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker welcomed India’s External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Nirmala Sitharaman for the first U.S.-India commercial dialogue held on 22nd September in Washington DC. During this summit, strategic initiatives between the two countries in the field of technical textiles were agreed.

 

1) United States and India will help with exchanges between U.S. academia and Centers of Excellence in technical textiles in India. Indian government has established eight centers for growing the field of technical textiles.

2) The two countries will participate in trade expositions related to technical textiles such as Technotex expo sponsored by Government of India.

3) Both countries will collaborate in standards development for technical textiles products and

4) Address barriers towards technical textile exports between the two countries.

 

According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, there are over 2 million annual visits between the two countries that showcase strong bilateral cooperation.

 

Personally, this scribe has been engaged in many bilateral initiatives between India and the United States for over a decade in the field of nonwovens and technical textiles and has provided international platforms at different places in India for the industry and academia by organizing the international conference, “Advances in Textiles, Nonwovens and Technical Textiles (ATNT).” Industry associations such INDA, TAPPI-NET Division and IFAI have supported the events and have helped with awareness creation and promotion of technical textiles in India.

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