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Textile entrepreneurs creatively combat energy shortages
TAPPINET
The outcome of acute energy shortages in Punjab is that some entrepreneurs have offset increased energy costs by adding high value to their products, particularly cotton yarn and fabric, sources said.
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Geotextiles market worth $6.3 billion by 2017
PRNewswire
The new report on "Geotextiles Market by Types (Woven, Nonwoven, Knitted), Materials (Polypropylene, Polyester, Polyethylene) and Applications (Road Industry, Pavement Repair, Erosion Control, Waste Containment, Railroad Stabilization) - Global Trends and Forecasts To 2017" analyzes geotextiles market with respect to market drivers, opportunities, and trends in the diverse geographical regions including North America, Europe, Asia and ROW.
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Innovative Nonwovens Conference (NETInc) announces program topics
TAPPINET
The NETInc Innovative Nonwovens Conference, April 29-May 1, 2013 in Atlanta, Ga., is the only technical conference developed by engineers and technologists to help you understand the innovation behind the science and how it impacts the market.
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  Improved Sustainability through Water Re-Use
Enhance your on-site wastewater treatment. Systems from Layne provide clean, re-useable water supplies from your waste stream. Improve plant performance while reducing energy use and discharge. Layne’s membrane bioreactors are available as complete systems or as retro-fits to your existing biological treatment system.
 


2013 state of the industry
Specialty Fabrics Review
Successful specialty fabrics organizations have made significant investments since 2009 to improve efficiencies in their organizations. They have emphasized a culture in their businesses that focuses resources on perpetual innovation in improving existing products and introducing new products. They have also done a much better job of improving the marketing of their products and their businesses to the customer.
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  PRODUCT SHOWCASES
TAPPI Reach-In Chamber


The Parameter Series 7911 40 cu. ft. is specifically designed for accurate humidity and temperature control for TAPPI applications. This test chamber is designed to accurately produce the conditions required for applications such as stability studies, package testing, TAPPI, MIL-SPEC, and vapor transmission.

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Paper Mill Grade Costing

For more than 20 years, 3C Software has provided our Pulp & Paper customers a modeling solution that delivers:
- Standard and Actual Grade Costing by Paper Machine
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If you do India well, you can cover entire world, P&G CEO says
The Times of India
The $84-billion consumer products giant Procter & Gamble Company has chalked out an over $1-billion investment plan for India, which will play out over the next five years, as part of a strategy to look at developing markets more closely.
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TRENDING ARTICLES
Missed last week's issue? See which articles your colleagues read most.

    Spunmelt market grows around the globe (Nonwovens Industry)
Less than 0.1 percent of UK nappies recycled (Let's Recycle)
Domtar adding diaper making machines while searching for acquisition targets (Global Regina)
Swift India launches Polyvalent mini-offset press (PrintWeek)
Innovative Nonwovens Conference (NETInc) announces program topics (TAPPINET)

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Inspection systems and quality control update
Nonwovens Industry
To stay ahead of the competition nonwovens and disposable product manufacturers want automated production processes that help them increase production efficiency both in terms of usable finished product and achieving faster production speeds. They also want to reduce costs associated with both material and waste, and improve product quality. To do this they are looking for and investing in inspection systems and quality control technologies that can help them develop a competitive edge, deliver products that exceed their customers' expectations, and reduce costs. Here is a listing of companies offering the technology to stop mistakes before they happen on the production line.
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Control Tension the Easy Way

With its easy-to-navigate graphic user interface, the SteadyWeb™5 Tension Controller will have your machine operators maintaining the right tension for your web process in no time.
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US: Crailar in development deal with Cotswold Industries
just-style
Crailar Technologies has entered into an agreement with Cotswold Industries to develop sustainable pocketing and waist banding for its apparel customers. South Carolina-based Central Textiles, a subsidiary of Cotswold Industries, will process and weave the Crailar flax fiber for the product line.
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Setting the table for the future
Nonwovens Industry
Swedish paper, tissue and airlaid maker Duni has announced its intent to discontinue part of the business within its Rexcell subsidiary. Among the activities affected by this decision is an M&J type airlaid line built in 1995 in Skapafors, Sweden. The 2.65-meter, 20,000 ton-per-year line primarily makes secondary topsheet substrates and some absorbent core material for Procter & Gamble as well other hygiene materials for additional customers.
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Ghanaian government to frame policy for textile sector revival
Fibre2fashion
The Ghanaian Government proposes to join hands with the textile industry stakeholders to devise a national policy for resuscitating the domestic textile industry, Samuel Okudjeto Ablakwa, Member of Parliament for North Tongu Constituency in the Volta Region has said.
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