Tuesday, 7thApril, 2015, Mumbai: “The Indian industry – functional, technical and composite – is growing at a great pace. The Indian composite industry is pegged at Rs. 15,000 crore with an expected growth of 15 per cent per annum over the next four years. The Indian technical textile industry is around Rs. 24,000 crores (10% of global market) and expected annual growth rate is 10 %.The need of the hour for Indian manufacturing is quality, reliability and consistency. Taiwan is one of the very few suppliers in the world who can fulfill the above criteria and help the industry grow exponentially”, shared Mr. Sean Tsai from Taiwan Textile Federation, who is participating in Technotex 2015.
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ABB is working in partnership with SMS group, a specialist in plant construction, mechanical and electric & automation engineering for the metals industry, to provide all the MV motors and MV drives for ArcelorMittal Nippon Steel’s new hot strip mill in India. The scope also includes a large number of low voltage (LV) drives. The project at Hazira, an industrial hub in Gujarat, is part of a major expansion of the site, which is already India’s fifth-largest producer of crude steel. When it becom Read More
Textil Santanderina, an innovator known globally for the manufacture of quality fabrics with controlled traceability, today launched its Advanced Black denim collection in collaboration with Archroma, a global leader in specialty chemicals towards sustainable solutions. Read More
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