“Textiles is a priority sector for Andhra Pradesh as the state aims to increase productivity and efficiency by attracting integrated textile units,” said J Krishna Kishore, CEO of Andhra Pradesh Economic Development Board (APEDB) who signed a memorandum of understanding with Arvind Ltd executive director Kulin Lalbhai, in the presence of state chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu.
On completion, the state-of-the-art integrated textile and apparel facility will annually produce 24 million pieces of jeans and shirts.
Arvind is one of the world’s top manufacturers and exporters of denim. (RKS)
Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India
| On 26th Jan 2022
Vietnam-US trade hit $111.56 billion in 2021, up by nearly $21...
The use of coal and water for energy in Turkey reduced in 2021, while ...
| On 26th Jan 2022
The Trade Organisation Bill, 2022, aimed at allowing foreign traders...
Consistency is the first rule of social media
Occam's razor principle and purpose-driven innovations
Fabric selection & recommendation based on client's brief
In the financial hub of eastern India, Kolkata, a humble production...
<div>Engaged in providing a wide range of services to the entire cotton...
Delhi-headquartered Cantabil Retail India Ltd was founded by Vijay Bansal...
University of Rhode Island
Assistant professor Daniel Roxbury and former URI graduate student...
Alexium International is a specialty chemical development company...
Loomia designs and manufactures soft circuit systems that can be produced...
Label - Bani Pasricha
An Indian fashion-designer and a recipient of one of the most prestigious...
Label Manish Malhotra
A multitalented designer and founder of an eponymous label, Manish...
Label Gavin Miguel
Acclaimed fashion designer <b>Gavin Migue</b>l is known for his couture...
Letter to Editor
Subscribe today and get the latest update on Textiles, Fashion, Apparel and so on.
Subscribe today and get the latest information on Textiles, Fashion, Apparel.