Africa is staring at significantly large supply gap if textile capability is not built-up now.
The rising population and per capita consumption means either Africa should invest on developing a continental eco-system now or must resign to dominance from the Asian behemoths for decades to come.
Africa has been on the backstage for far too long. It’s time the continent claims its rightful share in the global textile and clothing business.
TTS is convened a Knowledge session/Panel Discussion on ‘African Textile Industry: Strategy & Operational Excellence’ on 15-Feb-2020 at the ITME AFRICA.
Jute Reinforced PLA Bio-composite for the Production of Ceiling Fan Blades Ethiopian Textile Industry Development Institute, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia1, Department of Textile Technology, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi 110016, India2 In this project work, jute fabric is used as reinforcement and PLA (poly lactic acid) film is the matrix by which composites are made […]