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    March, 1-15, 2015

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    March 2015| 1-15| 58 Pages

    Growing consumer consciousness is leading to a revolution for sustainable changes amongst the brands and industry. Birla Cellulose, a part of the Aditya Birla Group, a global leader in man-made cellulosic fibre, is one company which is continuously focusing on building sustainable leadership by creating value through innovations in products and processes. Manohar Samuel, President (Marketing and Business Development) shares the company’s vision towards sustainability and the growing awareness about the same in an exclusive interview with Apparel Online. With the increased thrust on training and skill development, Apparel Resources recently conducted a TQM Workshop, the first in a series of workshops planned for the industry. Chandrark Karekatti, Head – Projects and Training Apparel Resources, involved delegates in various activities, keeping them thinking and motivated. The event was attended by delegates from Orient Craft, Radnik Exports, Matrix Clothing, Neeti Clothing, Pawan Enterprises, Jai Jui Charitable Trust, Lucky Lark Cluster Welfare, besides an enthusiastic student of NIFT, New Delhi. As fashion moves towards sustainable clothing, the demand for recycled yarns is growing with several yarn manufacturers making yarns out of waste products like PET bottles and ‘textile-to-textile’ waste, such as used fabrics, garments and home furnishings. AO talked to a few recycled yarn manufacturers to understand what is new in this category… With second-generation of the business taking over, Ludhiana exporters are slowly but steadily phasing out of its Lala culture and moving ahead by setting its growth strategies in place, be it focusing more on product development, creating product niche, working with a set kind of buyers or increasing thrust on technology. Read about some of these progressive companies in the current issue… Besides the above, our regular columns of Mind Tree, H2F, Fashion Trends, Industry Wire, Resource Centre, Export Statistics, etc. make the issue worth reading.

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