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India Calling
By Karen McIntryre, Senior Editor
Published August 7, 2013
Investment continues in India as the industry looks for the next hot growth area Read More »
Converters calling
By Nonwovens Industry Staff
Published April 5, 2012
Providers of finishing, packaging, slitting, winding and other services to the nonwovens industry develop new technologies that add up to new products. Read More »
Published April 30, 2007
Rieter technology called first of its kind in India. Read More »
Published December 21, 2006
Ginni Filaments is in the process of commissioning its first spunlace line from Rieter Perfojet in India with 3200 mm working width and production capacity of 12,000 tons a year. Commercial production is expected to start by February 2007.  The… Read More »
Published May 25, 2006
After launching personal hygiene and beauty care products made from spunlaced nonwovens in India, Ginni Filaments is considering expanding into medical products using the innovation unit under its consumer products division.     Sanja… Read More »
Published February 7, 2006
Indian textile manufacturer Ginni Filaments has developed personal hygiene and beauty care products for children and women. Last year, the company announced its was constructing a spunlace manufacturing plant in Gujarat, India in an investment valued… Read More »
2013 IDEA Show Review
Published June 12, 2013
IDEA13 International Engineered Fabrics Conference and Exposition featured a record number of exhibitors and attendees. Read More »
IDEA 2013 Show Preview
Published April 17, 2013
A look at what some exhibitors will highlight at IDEA. Read More »
Emerging Prospects in the Indian Market
By Sean Moloughney, Managing Editor
Published August 6, 2012
Have high expectations for this developing nation eclipsed realistic goals? Read More »