Archive

Archive for the ‘India’ Category

To know about the Related Fabric Garment and Textile

October 3, 2014 Comments off

Fibers Yarns & Threads

An Introduction

Fibers, Yarns, & Threads are the basic requirement of any textile, apparel or related industry. The manufacturers require fibers, yarns and threads according to the product they manufacture. Thus, the fiber manufacturers keep in mind the demands of natural fibers as well as of synthetic fibers. As far as yarns are concerned, there are different categories available in the market such as material yarn, yarn by fiber, and yarn by making process. The Fibers, Yarns and Threads Companies Directory lists the yarn manufacturers and wholesale suppliers of all the types of yarns. Thread Manufacturers too have to produce a variety of threads according to the demands of the other textile products manufacturers. The Thread Companies listed in this Product Directory include such threads as Acrylic Thread, Cotton Thread, Elastic Thread, Embroidery Thread, Polyester Thread and many other kinds of threads.

Textile Products

An Introduction

Textile Industry is not only about clothings. There are innumerable Textile Products Companies which consume textile as a raw material for their Textile Products ranging from as small a product as bags, slings, briefcases, umbrellas, backpacks, nets, filter bags to as big as tents, boats, awnings, canopies, conveyor belts and display booths. This industry is so vast and diverse that a Textile Products Directory becomes inevitable for Textile Products Manufacturers, Textile Products Suppliers and Textile Products Wholesalers worldwide. This Directory also includes such products as tarpaulins, wiping cloths, upholstery, wall coverings, wind screens, sleeping bags, and baffles.

 

Textile Machinery

An Introduction

The Textile Machinery Directory is important in the sense that Textile Machinery Manufacturers, Textile Machinery Suppliers and Textile Machinery Wholesalers are scattered worldwide. Whether you are in a Textile Machinery Wholesale Business or require a Textile Machine or a Textile Equipment for your factory, you can source contacts from this comprehensive Directory. It contains the exact product details ranging from basic Machinery like Textile Spinning Machinery, Textile Weaving Machinery, Textile Knitting Machine, Textile Finishing Machinery, Textile Machinery Parts, Textile Machine Accessories, Sewing Machine to more advanced products such as Textile Testing Equipment, Textile Packing Machinery, Textile Processing Machinery, and even Leather And Footwear Machinery.

.

Textile Services

An Introduction

With the continuous growth of global production and consumption of textile related products and services, there are both opportunities and challenges for the textile industry. The Textile Services are a part of Textile Industry and are needed to manufacture, finish, market and distribute the products. Textile Services as basic from pleating and Contract Weaving to as modernized as Computer- Aided Designs are all available in the market. The only requirement is a little research for finding these service providers. We have made it easier for you by listing them here for your convenience. .

 

Apparel, Clothing & Garments

An Introduction

The Apparel Clothing & Garments Companies Directory lists the Manufacturers and wholesale supplier companies dealing in various sectors of clothing such as mens clothing, womens clothing, kids clothing, infant wear, sports wear etc. With the Industry going global, the Manufacturers and Suppliers do not have to limit themselves within any boundary. The Companies from varied countries join hands in order to meet the ever expanding demands of the consumers worldwide. In such a situation, a vast resource of Apparel and Garment Industry becomes indispensable. This Directory also includes the categories as diverse as clothing by fabrics, fashion clothing, industrial clothing, and animal clothing.

Fabrics

An Introduction

Fabrics, the basic material of textile industry has varied usage in the production of different items. Its supply chain can remain smooth only if there is a continuous supply of textile fabric from various textile fabric manufacturers and wholesale companies. Fabrics are usually differentiated on the basis of composition having two types of fabrics, Natural Fabrics, and Synthetic Fabrics. Differentiation of fabric by usage is also common that may include Apparel Fabrics, Bags Fabrics, Clothing Fabrics, Home Furnishing Fabrics, Hosiery Fabrics, Industrial Fabrics among others. Fabrics categorized on the basis of manufacturing process are also in demand by various manufacturers. These fabrics include Blended Fabric, Warp Knit Fabric, Ribbed Fabric, Satin Fabric, and Crocheted Fabric. Of late Speciality Fabrics like Flame Resistant Fabric, Laminated Fabric, Carbon Fabric, Fiberglass Fabric etc have also become important for various manufacturers.

If quality products have to be manufactured, the first and the foremost concern is the cautious selection of fabrics. The Manufacturers select Fabric by usage. It means that the production of different goods like apparel, bags, bedding, curtain, drapery, industrial clothing, all need a different kind of fabric than the other. This underlines the need of proper and comprehensive information about Fabrics & it’s manufacturers. There are innumerable Fabric Companies that manufacture myriad types of fabrics spread across the globe. This Fabrics Companies Directory is compilation of information about fabric manufacturers and wholesale companies from 200 different geographies dealing in all type of quality fabrics like Natural Fabrics, Synthetic Fabrics, Speciality Fabrics, Blended, Warp Knit, Ribbed, Satin, and Crochet Fabric.

 

Advertisements
Categories: India Tags:

Muggy day in Delhi, rains likely

September 7, 2010 Comments off

Delhi experienced a muggy Tuesday morning as maximum humidity touched 100 percent. The weatherman said parts of the city could see some showers later in the day.

“The skies will be partly cloudy with one or two spells of rain or thundershowers in some parts of the city later in the day,” said an official of the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD).

According to weather officials, the capital received 1 mm of rainfall from Monday morning till 8.30 a.m. Tuesday.

Delhi recorded a minimum temperature of 26 degree Celsius in the morning, normal for this time of the season. The maximum temperature is expected to hover around 34 degrees.

The maximum humidity was on the higher side at 100 percent, while the minimum was 72 percent.

The city has received 800.6 mm of rainfall so far this monsoon, which is 43 percent above average. In the month of August alone, Delhi received 456 mm of rainfall – almost 101 percent above the usual.

Categories: India

Another rainy day in Delhi, more showers likely

September 6, 2010 Comments off

Monday morning saw heavy, incessant rains in Delhi, causing waterlogging that slowed down traffic in many areas. The weatherman said there would be more showers as the day progressed.

“Skies will be cloudy with rains and thundershowers in some pockets of the city. One or two spells may be heavy in some areas,” said an official of the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD).

The national capital received 18.0 mm of rainfall from Sunday morning till 8.30 a.m. Monday. The rains flooded several roads in the city, leading to traffic jams.

According to the Delhi Traffic Police, traffic movement was slow near the Qutub Metro Station, Aurobindo Marg, a major arterial road in south Delhi, and Badarpur road, which connects Delhi to Faridabad, and Dhaula Kuan among others.

The city recorded a minimum temperature of 25.7 degrees Celsius, normal for this time of the season. The maximum is expected to hover around 31 degrees Celsius.

The maximum humidity was at a high of 100 percent and the minimum was 85 percent.

Delhi has so far received 799.6 mm of rainfall this monsoon season, 42 percent above the average. In the month of August, Delhi received 455.1 mm of rainfall – a good 101 percent above average.

Categories: India

It is important to win hearts and minds of Kashmiris: HM

August 7, 2010 Comments off

Observing that it wanted to “win the hearts and minds” of the people of Kashmir, the government on Friday said it would resume dialogue and asked the separatists, including hardline Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani, to join it.

Home Minister P Chidambaram told the Rajya Sabha that the Centre was keen on fulfilling its promises, including on the controversial Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) and reduction of security personnel in the state, depending on the situation there.

He said Prime Minister Manmohan Singh would be receiving an all-party delegation from Jammu and Kashmir, possibly next Monday, and that leaders of parties in Parliament would also be called for a meeting.

Chidambaram, who was responding to clarifications sought on his statement on Kashmir unrest made on Wednesday, said Pakistan appeared to have changed its strategy on fomenting trouble in the valley as it seemed to be now relying on “civilian unrest” for “dividends”.

Noting that Jammu and Kashmir had acceded to India in “unique circumstances”, he said the state has a “unique problem” and requires a “unique solution”.

Chidambaram appealed to all sections to put an end to the cycle of violence and said, “We have to put our heads together to find a solution to the unique problem”.

Contending that “it is important to win the hearts and minds of people of Jammu and Kashmir”, the Home Minister said, “We will resume the political process. The answer to the problem lies only through the political process, only through dialogue.”

He said it was his intention to “do everything possible to resume the quiet dialogue” which he undertook with the moderate Hurriyat leaders before it got interrupted on December 4, 2009 after an assassination bid on one them.

Categories: India

112 people killed in flash floods in Leh; 500 missing

August 7, 2010 Comments off

Over 110 people were killed and a few hundred more are feared washed away in a cloudburst followed by torrential rains and flash floods that devastated this Himalayan town in Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir early Friday.

Eyewitness accounts and other sources fear that the death toll could cross over 500 as several far flung villages were yet to be accessed by rescue teams in this high-altitude terrain.

“We have recovered 112 bodies so far and at least 370 are injured. The number of missing is yet to be ascertained,” State Police Chief Kuldeep Khoda said and added that the toll may go up.

A contractor told senior state administration officials that 150 of his labourers were missing from Shyong village where he had lodged them.

The colony was set up along the river Sindh and the officials feared that many huts would have been washed away in the flash floods.

The Army was being asked to give an account of local and outstation labourers. Over 200 people were still reported to be missing from the worst-hit village Chougham Sar, 13 kms from Leh.

Authorities said that the Army had suffered losses in Turtuk area. Some of the villages along the Chang La pass, world’s second highest motorable road, were also believed to have been washed away in the torrential rains.

A three-member Central team comprising Farooq Abdullah, Ghulam Nabi Azad and Prithviraj Chavan will be visiting the area on Saturday.

The nation, led by President Pratibha Patil expressed grief over the tragedy that had befallen on this town during the night.

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh too expressed sorrow over the loss of life and property in the flash floods and announced ex-gratia relief of Rs one lakh each to next of kin of each of the deceased.

Leh airport runway was affected due to the inclement weather but was made operational by afternoon to facilitate landing of aircraft carrying relief material and rescue teams.

Chief Minister Omar Abdullah flew to Leh to make an on-the-spot assessment of the situation. He visited the areas and spoke to the affected families.

Categories: India

Strike, restrictions in Srinagar after a day’s normalcy

July 26, 2010 Comments off

Authorities imposed restrictions in many areas of Srinagar to prevent violence as a shutdown called by separatists crippled life here Monday.

“Curfew has been imposed in Batmaloo locality of the city while restrictions are in place in uptown Maisuma and old city areas,” a police officer said here.

Hardline separatist Hurriyat group headed by Syed Ali Geelani has called for a shutdown across the Kashmir Valley Monday to protest alleged human rights violations by the security forces.

Shops, educational institutions, business establishments and post offices here were closed while public transport went off roads. Skeletal private transport plied on city roads as people preferred to remain indoors.

Tension had gripped the Batmaloo area Sunday evening when the body of a 28-year-old man, identified as Farooq Ahmad Bhat, was recovered from a stream. While relatives alleged Bhat had been murdered, the police maintained he had committed suicide.

Bhat had gone missing after he left his home July 20.

“We have already registered a case in this incident and facts would be soon brought before the public,” a police officer said.

In a separate incident, people in Rafiabad area of north Kashmir’s Sopore district alleged that a youth, Tariq Ahmad, who was arrested July 18, had been tortured to death.

The youth, who was arrested for firing at a civilian in his Fidarpora village, had committed suicide inside the Panzala police station Sunday. Police claim he was a Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) operative.

“The youth was arrested on July 18 after he fired a bullet at a civilian in Fidarpora. He was an operative of the Laskar-e-Taiba and had been operating under the code name of Jaffar,” a police official said.

However, two policemen were suspended Sunday after the youth’s body was found inside the lock-up where he had reportedly committed suicide by hanging himself.

“A magisterial probe has been ordered into the incident,” said Javaid Ahmad Dar, legislator of Rafiabad, who is also a minister in the Omar Abdullah government.

Categories: India

Metro service connecting Delhi, Gurgaon starts

June 21, 2010 Comments off

The Metro rail service on the 14.47 km Gurgaon-New Delhi route started Monday morning, ending the long wait of commuters for an effective transport system connecting this satellite town with the national capital.

The first Metro trains began running simultaneously from the HUDA City Centre in Gurgaon and the Qutub Minar in south Delhi at 8 a.m. The line will be extended in a month to Central Secretariat and Jehangirpuri in north Delhi.

“We have been craving for good public transport for long. There have been several announcements of starting a bus service and construction of the Metro was also going on simultaneously. The inauguration came as a respite and we are hopeful that the line will be connected to other lines of DMRC soon,” said Sukanya, a resident of Heritage city of Gurgaon.

Staff of the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) and some passengers were seen on the first few trains but the crowds started gathering by 11 a.m.

As of now, the entire 14.47 km section is not ready and trains will not initially stop at the Chhattarpur station, which is likely to be opened to the public only by August.

“The construction work on the station was delayed as the land for building the station was made available only in October last year,” said a DMRC spokesperson.

The trains will run at a frequency of 12 minutes on this corridor from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.

“Five trains have been pressed into service initially and their number will be increased gradually. On June 11, the corridor had received the statutory safety clearance from the Commissioner of Metro Rail Safety (CMRS) after he inspected the entire stretch,” the spokesperson added.

The 10 stations on this elevated section are HUDA City Centre, IFFCO Chowk, MG Road, Sikanderpur, Guru Dronacharya, Arjangarh, Ghitorni, Sultanpur, Chhattarpur and Qutub Minar.

Despite being the first day of the week, the new Metro line attracted comparatively lesser number of passengers than expected. Metro officials, however, said that more crowds are expected once the complete line becomes operational.

DMRC officials told IANS that the total footfall at the new Metro link till Monday afternoon was around 12,000 and sale of tokens and smart cards crossed over Rs.1 lakh.

“The new Metro stretch till 2 p.m. saw a nominal crowd. This line will attract more commuters only when it is extended next month to Central Secretariat and Jehangirpuri,” an official told IANS.

“By 2011 we expect a footfall of 1.6 lakh every day,” the official added.

Meanwhile, the Gurgaon administration has planned to run connecting buses on six different routes within the city for Metro passengers, officials said.

“Both AC and non-AC buses will ply on these routes,” Gurgaon Deputy Commissioner Rajender Kataria said.

Some routes of the buses have been finalized but the routes and number of buses can be increased depending on the number of passengers.

The minimum fare for the Metro route is Rs.8 and the maximum is Rs.30. With this line coming into service, the Delhi Metro will cover a total stretch of 125 km with 107 stations.

Once it gets connected with the Central Secretariat-Jehangirpuri line in north Delhi by July, the Metro will have greater connectivity. The entire stretch of 45 km will connect north Delhi (Jahangirpuri), south Delhi (Green Park, Saket, AIIMS, Hauz Khas) and Gurgaon (HUDA City Centre).

In November last year Delhi Metro started its services to the satellite town of Noida in Uttar Pradesh.

Delhi Metro makes over 1,900 trips on its five lines and covers a distance of 111 km excluding the new metro corridor.

By the October Commonwealth Games, the Metro network is expected to reach nearly all areas of the capital as well as suburbs like Gurgaon, covering nearly 190 km.

About one million commuters use the Metro on weekdays. During the Games, about two million commuters are expected to use the Metro on weekdays.

Categories: India