The Indian Textile Journal [ISSN0019 - 6436], rated as India's leading
textile monthly, has been serving the textile and textile-related industry since 1890. The sectors that it covers include Spinning, Weaving, Processing, Dyeing
& Finishing, Knitting and Garmenting. It carries authentic articles
on various subjects related to these segments from eminent authors from institutions
and also from the industry experts. Every month, it carries extensive information
on new products & emerging technologies on these segments.
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Technology and Trade Information is the very backbone
of The Indian Textile Journal. Apart from a substantial subscriber base, the magazine
rightly can boast of a huge complement of readership cutting across the various
segments of the textile industry. It is also subscribed by the textile industries
from some neighbouring countries including Bangladesh and Pakistan.
The Indian Textile Journal, over the years, has enhanced
its coverage to include trade and commercial information. New products & processes,
technological breakthroughs, corporate profiles and trade fair information have
become regular features, welcomed by the industry.
The Indian Textile Journal does not believe in resting
on its laurels. It is constantly exploring ways and means of serving the textile
industry with information, which is vital for survival in today's environment of
growing competition. It is making forays into new fields like technical textiles,
nonwovens, etc and will leave no stones unturned in bringing out information for
the betterment of the textile industry.
Inputs for dyeing, finishing & printing (dyes,
inks, enzymes, etc)
Instrumentation (Testing, monitoring, controlling
equipment & accessories, related to the entire textile chain)
Knitting machinery & accessories
Garment machines & accessories, related equipment
Auxiliaries (All kinds of parts & small equipment
that go into the retrofitting/manufacture of textile machinery - covering all the
above segments. (Eg, conveyor belts, springs, drums, pipes, LEDs, switch panels,
blowers, fans, conditioning systems, pneumatic equipment, vacuum cleaners, etc)
Subscribers & Readers
All major textile mills (involved in manufacture
of yarns, fabrics, garments and related products) --- 60% base
Supplier industry related to all textile & textile
related products - 30%
Sundry manufacturers & suppliers to textile industry
including research institutes, educational institutes, textile associations - 10%
Total subscribed copies: 8000 plus Readership: Over
1 lakh, with decision makers, marketing personnel and top skilled technical staff
taking the major share.
Well ahead of all competitors
Only textile magazine with the maximum of number
of advertisements from domestic market as well as abroad
Top class writers/contributors covering all the segments
of the textile industry
Latest product write-ups/features on all technical
& technological aspects covering the entire textile chain, from fibres &
spinning to knitting & garmenting
Highly rated articles/features from experts
Latest product write-ups, with pictures
Write-ups on technologies being promoted by the companies
Profiles of companies, written on request
Special interviews with top brass accommodated with
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