Indian railways is a leading railroad network in the world and the use of nonwovens will enhance the market of such items in India.

Indian railways will initiate trial runs of nonwoven beds to enhance the comfort of passengers.

As part of pro-growth and consumer satisfaction agenda, the newly formed Indian government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi will bring several new initiates in the Indian railways. In order to increase the comfort of passengers, the railways will start doing trial runs of nonwoven bed items in Bengaluru Rajdhani express. According to media reports, the initial trials will use nonwoven polyester items. Based on the feedback, the pilot scheme will be implemented in other high speed Rajdhani rail networks.

Indian railways is a leading railroad network in the world and the use of nonwovens will enhance the market of such items in India.

INDIA TO ESTABLISH NONWOVENS CENTER OF EXCELLENCE

The Indian government today launched a five-year national mission on technical textiles to boost the growth of the nascent nonwovens and specialty textiles sector. This plan includes a $45 million investment and a five year timeframe from 2011-2015, said Rita Menon, India’s Textile Secretary at an event jointly organized by the Ministry of Textiles, India and the trade body, Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) in New Delhi.

Two sub-missions are included in this mission. One focuses on the establishment of four new centers of excellence and the enhancement of research & development capabilities in India. The four centers planned are nonwovens, composites, indutech and sportech. Each center will be given a maximum of $5.45 million (Rupees. 24.5 crores).The other focuses on marketing efforts needed to boost both domestic consumption and export opportunities.

These funds are expected to be disbursed in time for the projects to begin as early as April 2011. A conference will be held January 25 for interested parties in Mumbai by the Office of Textile Commissioner, according to Seshadri Ramkumar, associate professor of nonwoven materials at The Institute of Environmental and Human Health (TIEHH) at Texas Tech University.

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