The Indian Textile Journal - September 2018

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What are the prospects for the Indian textile industry in 2015 & beyond? An ITJ cover story in the January 2015 edition reveals the pulse of the industry cutting across a cross-section of industry leaders, experts and authorities, including the Textiles Minister Santosh Gangwar, and Textile Secretary, SK Panda, Secretary, Ministry of Textiles, the latter speaking in an exclusive interview with ITJ. This month's trailblazer is Welspun, which has spun a new success story by commissioning a 1.7-lakh spindle automated spinning plant at Anjar in Gujarat. Another special feature discloses the hidden potential of silicones for the Indian market, backed by interviews from two leaders -- Padmadas Nair from Dow Corning and Soumitra Mukherjee of Wacker. In short, we have kicked off the New Year 2015 with a special issue filled with information-packed features. Don't miss it!

Demand for Indian home textiles is expected to continue to grow at over 8 per cent as seen in the recent past, aided by exports to traditional markets and deeper penetration into non-traditional markets, reveals the ITJ cover story for September 2018. The cover story includes inputs from Rajinder Gupta of Trident Group, Alok Banerjee of Bombay Dyeing, Manu Kapur of GHCL, Rajiv Merchant of Tangerine, among others. Atulbhai S Ganatra, President of CAI and C Kamatchisundaram, Vice President – TMD at Voltas Limited talk exclusively to ITJ in our Face2Face section. Newly-christened Garware Technical Fibers is our Trailblazer, wherein Vayu Garware speaks on the company’s growth plans. The EnterPRIZE is on perPETual Global. The issue also carries a preview of the upcoming ITMA Asia exhibition, which will be held from October 15-19, 2018 at Shanghai.

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