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Tuesday, 19 June 2018

ITTA’s Nonwoven Tech Textile Conference Gets Good Response

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The Indian Technical Textile Association (ITTA) organized a one-day International Conference on Nonwoven Technical Textiles with a focused theme on Nonwovens for High-Performance Applications held on 6th June, 2018. It happened concurrently with the Nonwoven Tech Asia 2018 exhibition, organized by Radeecal, at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai. The conference received overwhelming response from the industry.

Dr. Anup Rakshit, Executive Director, ITTA, welcomed all the dignitaries, delegates and speakers on behalf of ITTA and Radeecal. He said that the topics were chosen as per the theme of the conference covering high-performance applications of nonwovens, spreading over 11 presentations by eminent speakers from Industry.

Sanyal Desai, CEO, Radeecal Communications and Suresh Patel, President, INDINON spoke about the issue of Ban on Nonwoven Bags in Maharashtra and how it is affected the nonwoven roll goods and bag manufacturing industry. Dr. Anjan Mukhopadhyay, Director, BTRA highlighted how the nonwovens are used in different high-tech areas like insulation material, protective suit, waste water treatment, etc. He also briefed about the R&D, testing and training facilities available at BTRA as a COE-GEOTECH.

Pramod Khosla, Chairman, ITTA, in his inaugural address, talked about the Nonwoven Tech Asia Exhibition and highlighted about the letter from Nitin Gadkari, Minister of Road Transport and Highways to government of Maharashtra on the reverse of Ban on Nonwoven bags. He hopes that Government will not equalize nonwovens to plastics. He emphasized that nonwovens are mostly used in automotive, packaging, industrial sectors, etc. Nonwoven market is growing in Europe and USA and woven market is stabilizing and going down. India has a great hope for export more than domestic. Lastly, he thanked Radeecal for organizing the nonwoven exhibition even after the ban.


Source: http://www.textileexcellence.com