Applications of DTP (Digital Textile Printing) technology segmented into four major categories, namely textiles, clothing, home textiles, soft signage, and others. Textiles and clothing application is projected to see fastest growth with a CAGR of 29.4% in terms of volume, from 2015-2020.
Around the world, people eat around 100 billion food items every year. That creates around 270 million tonnes of waste. From peels to stalks which are often burned or left to rot it pollutes the air and rotting releases methane into the atmosphere and contributes to global warming.
The apparel industry is now moving into a new dimension with increasing demand for digitally printed fabrics and apparels mainly due to fast changing fashion. With the start of era like buy what you see the manufacturers are looking for faster delivery of goods. In such a situation, digital printing machines which are capable of creating samples in shortest possible time is the need of hour. Since digital machine requires less workers to operate, water consumption and maintenance the demand is thus increasing not only in India but all over the world. You will read about latest technologies, trends, and intricate details on how to cash on fast fashion with the use of digital printed fabrics and garments.more
The Central Board of indirect Taxes and Custom (CBIC) notified list of textile products on which duties have been hiked to 20%. It has also raised the ad-valorem rate of duty for certain items. The government has doubled import duty on over 50 textile products like jackets, suits and carpets a move that is aimed at promoting domestic manufacturing. The imported products, which have become expensive, include woven fabrics, dresses, trousers, suits and baby garments. Do you think this will help apparel export industry of India?more