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BP launches low carbon & also carbon neutral PTA, United Kingdom
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Through a combination of technology and carbon management expertise, oil and petrochemical major BP has launched PTAir, a new low carbon and also carbon neutral PTA, which is more sustainable solution
Lenzing creates solution to measure softness in textiles, Austria
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Specialty fibre producer Lenzing has created a solution to measure softness in textiles. Using a softness measuring device from Emtec Electronic and the well-known ring method, Lenzing has concluded
Savio to exhibit winding innovations at ITMA Asia, Italy
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Savio, an Italian textile winding machine specialist will exhibit innovations in the winding segment by showcasing the new Eco PulsarS automatic winder, the drumless Multicone technology and the
IVL completes integration of Indian PET joint venture, India
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Global petrochemicals producer and Thailand based Indorama Ventures said it has completed the integration of its Indian subsidiary Micro Polypet Private Limited with another Indian company Dhunseri
Indigo used as a dye almost 6,200 years ago: Study, United States Of America
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The oldest textile that used indigo as a dye has been identified by a researcher. The fabric found in Huaca Prieta, Peru is almost 6,200 years old and has traces of indigoid dye (indigotin), making it
NCC welcomes US decision to challenge cotton subsidies, United States Of America
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The National Cotton Council (NCC) has appreciated the strong, ongoing efforts of the United States government’s decision to pursue a challenge against agricultural subsidies for farming crops, or
Jharkhand signs MoU with Orient Craft for textile parks, India
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The Jharkhand state government has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Orient Craft Limited for construction of two textile parks at a cost of Rs 1,500 crore on a 140-acre land. The MoU
Technology is completely changing the fibre industry, United States Of America
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By opening doors to new processes and innovations that were not possible before, technology is completely changing the fibre industry. Renee Henze, Global Marketing Head, DuPont Biomaterials and
CCI to organise seminar in Mumbai on Sept 29, India
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Cotton Council International is organizing an Invitation only seminar on September 29th at Trident, Nariman point, Mumbai, which will offer useful insights on the present scenario of "Cotton" and
Azerbaijan pins hope on revival of cotton sector, Azerbaijan
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In the midst of economic problems, Azerbaijan president Ilham Aliyev has pinned hopes on revival of the cotton sector to bring the country’s revenue back on track. Large decline in oil prices, cuts in
 
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