Russian technical textiles continue rapid recovery
Technical textile



The Russian technical textiles industry continues its rapid recovery from the financial crisis, as its growth resumes and major investment projects are being implemented. In the first half of 2017, the industry grew by about 20% to US$1,45 billion & nonwovens sector reached 35%, constituting US$ 600 million in value terms. This is a record high in the last 36 months.

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Coats bag 2 wins at Corporate & Financial Awards
Technical textile



Coats, the world's leading industrial thread manufacturer has won two awards at the 2017 Corporate and Financial Awards held recently in London. It won Gold in the 'Best online report: AIM/ small cap' category and was also named 'Best in-house corporate and financial communications team', one of the most coveted awards of the event. The Corporate and Financial Awards recognises excellence in all aspects of financial and corporate communication.

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Santex Rimar Group Holds an Event in Iran
Technology And Innovation



The leading textile machine manufacturer has held a second "Future Textile Road" event in Iran to underline its commitment to the development of domestic textile industry. During the event, Santex Rimar signed an agreement with Yazd University for supplying a SMIT rapier weaving machine to train students on the latest textile technologies and do research jointly.

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Indian FMCG Patanjali to take on foreign clothing brands
Retail



After its Ayurvedic offerings found widespread acceptance in the Indian household, the homegrown FMCG major Patanjali has taken on established multinational FMCG brands and now hopes to overtake foreign textile makers. It plans to produce everything from an underwear to ethnic and sportswear apparels soon and intends to break the stronghold of foreign manufacturers.

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A Textile Loom that doubles as a musical Instrument!
Textile



Musician Chris Powell in Philadelphia engineered a wooden textile loom that doubles as a musical instrument. It made it's first public performance recently at the Moore College of Art and Design. These synthesized melodies aren't coming from a keyboard but they're controlled by foot pedals on a loom, rigged to assign different musical values or drum samples to the patterns being weaved.

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